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More Ross & U-M Programs

More Opportunities to Go Global at Ross:

William Davidson Institute (WDI)
WDI offers many ways for students to expand their global reach, through their Global Impact Internship Program, Global Impact Speaker series, support of select MBA MAP projects, and more.

Multidisciplinary Action Project (MAP)
The MAP program sends approximately 50 percent of Ross MBA students on projects outside of the U.S. each year.

Global Projects Course
Global Projects is an elective course that second-year MBA students may choose to take in the winter term. In line with the Michigan Ross commitment to action-based learning, the course offers a team of MBAs the opportunity to tackle specific projects for real-world sponsors. During the course, teams apply their knowledge to international projects addressing topics such as market entry, joint ventures, and strategic alliances.

International Business Immersion Course
BA 685: International Business Immersion is an experiential course for second-year MBA students designed to enhance global leadership capabilities, awareness of diverse business issues on the current international landscape, and on-the-ground experience in a specific country over the term break. To request an application or learn more about the course, e-mail or visit the William Davidson Institute (WDI) website.

More Opportunities to Go Global across U-M:

International Center
The Education Abroad Office, a unit of the U-M International Center, provides information about options for studying, working, or traveling abroad to students and other members of the U-M community. The International Center is also the best place to visit for questions regarding international visa requirements.

Global Michigan
Global Michigan offers a complete listing of U-M international opportunities and highlights the achievements of students participating in various U-M international programs and the U-M community abroad.