The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business stresses action-based learning, a concept designed to teach students to ask pertinent questions, identify important problems and become effective leaders. At Michigan Ross, students will find more opportunities to learn business by doing business, than at any other MBA program. The Michigan Ross MBA offers students a chance to manage one of six student-led investment funds overseeing millions of dollars, and to go beyond hypothetical situations and simulations and manage a real business. This MBA program opens doors to the world’s most desirable employers such as Amazon, Microsoft and Google to name a few.
In addition, all Michigan Ross students receive free access to a full library of coding courses through Michigan Online, offering courses on the coding languages like SQL, Python, and R. Not to mention there’s an established dual degree opportunity to connect your Ross education with the University of Michigan School of Information. A diverse set of co-curricular and student club experiences are also available for students interested in beefing up their information management skills.
University of Michigan Ross was ranked No. 10 in Best Business Schools and No. 6 in Part-time MBA, in the Business school Program Rankings 2020. In a 2019 ranking from Poets&Quants, the Michigan Ross Executive MBA program rose two spots to place #3 among U.S. programs. In the 2018 ranking by the Financial Times this month, Michigan Ross was placed #4 among all business schools in the USA.
Students can complete a full-time, part-time, online, global or executive MBA. Part-time degrees can be completed in the evenings or on weekends, and the EMBA courses meet only one weekend a month.
Full time MBA tution fees cost around US$71,048. Scholarships ranging from US$10,000 to full tuition are also available for applicable students. As per employment data of the recent graduating class, 89% of graduates switched careers and received full time job offers with a average base salary of US$137,170 and an average signing bonus of US$35,000.