At Ross, we understand you want a career that is
both challenging and fulfilling. Our top-ranked general management curriculum
gives you the flexibility to tailor a program that suits your unique
goals. Our community gives you the resources and support network you
need to be your best in business and beyond.
Support for your goals from one of the strongest
Michigan Business Women
(MBW) is a student-run club that
hosts career networking, professional development, community
service, and social events for Ross women throughout the year and is
dedicated to fostering a strong community of women at Ross. The
annual Women in Leadership Conference (co-sponsored by MBW and Women@Ross) provides networking and recruiting
opportunities for students, alumnae, and professionals from across the
Join current students,
alumnae, professionals, admissions representatives, and other
prospective students at our annual
Women in Leadership Conference.
Strengthen your network and learn how to drive your career through
thoughtful and effective leadership. Learn about the Michigan
Ross MBA Program from the perspective of female students. Get
in-depth information about MAP, recruiting, student life, and other
aspects of our MBA experience. The events are open to anyone
interested in learning about the MBA experience from the perspective
of female MBA students at Michigan.
Engagement with alumnae and current students
Your support network does
not end at graduation. Michigan Ross alumnae remain an active part of the
community through the
Women’s Leadership Council
(WLC). The council exists to promote
scholarship, mentorship, and networking within the women’s community
at Ross. As a Ross graduate, you will belong to a global community
of more than 40,000 business school alumni. Additionally, the
University of Michigan has one of the world’s largest living alumni
networks at some half a million strong.
Opportunities for Prospective Students
We encourage prospective
women at Ross. Select from more than 50 current female students who
are willing to talk with you about their experience as women at
Ross, address your concerns, or answer any questions you may have.
Ross is a member of the
a consortium of top business schools and companies dedicated to
directing talented women toward leadership roles in business. Ross
Forté Fellows participate in the annual Forté conference. Each fall,
Ross participates in Forté forums across the United States.
It is often difficult for prospective women in distant cities
or countries to travel to Ann Arbor to get an in-person feel for the
community. Current students travel outside of Ann Arbor regularly
throughout the year and make themselves available to meet with you
one-on-one or in small groups for informal conversations.
Please check our
Meet Ross Students page for information on Women’s Café Chats.
Women’s Super Interview
The Ross Office of Admissions hosts a Women’s
Super Interview event during the second application round for select
applicants. This event includes opportunities to engage with
alumnae, current students, and admissions staff.
Additional Resources for Women