Go Global - Undergraduate Opportunities
In an increasingly interconnected world, intercultural knowledge and experience are fundamental to succeeding in multinational companies and organizations, establishing global networks, and improving business relations across cultures. Here at Ross, we encourage and enable Ross students and undergraduates of all U-M majors to go global; to immerse themselves in different countries and cultures, to develop new perspectives about people and business practices, and to realize that such experiences have a lasting personal and professional impact.
Undergraduates on Ross programs traveled to at least 18 countries in 2013, including Australia, China, Costa Rica, Germany, Slovakia, Italy, Chile, and Russia.
The Ross School of Business and various departments throughout the University of Michigan offer a wide array of programs and opportunities to help students go global. Explore the current list of opportunities to learn how you can expand your global knowledge in Ann Arbor and beyond. If one of the programs in which you are interested is not currently accepting applications, fill out the Interested Student Form to receive updates via e-mail.
What can a global education do for you? Watch Ross alumnus Jack Gray, BBA '11 talk about how his international experiences have influenced his professional success.