At Ross, we are committed to global, action-based learning, and have made the world our classroom. From impactful, short-term courses abroad led by our world-class faculty, longer-term exchanges with prestigious partner schools worldwide, international action-based projects with the
MBA MAP program and international internships to the high-quality language and study-abroad courses and programs offered through the larger University of Michigan, Ross students have a myriad of ways to go global.
Why Go Global?
The skills necessary to lead in a globalized society are not developed in a vacuum. These skills are won through experience and refined by careful guidance and mentoring. These skills – knowledge, communication, teamwork, creativity, maturity, and independence, to name a few – can be enhanced dramatically when those experiences cross boundaries, disciplines, languages, and cultures.
30 countries represented in the current BBA student body, 46 countries represented in the current MBA student body
Adding an international experience is a way to develop a more sophisticated view of the world around you so that you have more to offer, whatever your future holds. As a student at Ross, you will have access to
world-class faculty, classmates from all over the world, and resources at one of the world’s finest research universities. But nothing at Ross can replicate firsthand, action-based experience of another culture, people, and landscape. Wherever life takes you, whether it be to the beautiful rolling landscapes of Michigan, or the desert plains of the Sahara – your career will have global reach.
Find your inner adventurer, and begin planning your global experience now.
Go Global: Undergraduate Opportunities |