Employment


 

ROSS MBA

98%

Of 2016 MBAs had a job offer within 3 mos. of graduation

ROSS BBA

96%

Of 2016 BBAs had a job offer within 3 mos. of graduation

Compensation

$150,606

Total Median Compensation, 2016 MBA Graduates

Top 5 among U.S. Business Schools

 

Grads taking jobs on the East
or West Coast or in Chicago:

2/3+ MBA            3/4+ BBA

Top Ten Employers:

  1. PricewaterhouseCoopers
  2. Amazon
  3. Deloitte
  4. Ernst & Young Global LTD
  5. Microsoft Corp.
  6. McKinsey & Co.
  7. Accenture
  8. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  9. Citigroup Inc.
  10. Boston Consulting Group

Rankings & Reputation


U.S. Undergrad Programs

#4

Overall ranking for Michigan Ross among all U.S. undergraduate business programs - U.S. News & World Report

undergraduate specialties

#1

Ranking for marketing and management among undergraduate business programs
U.S. News & World Report

U.S. MBA Programs

#11

Overall Michigan Ross ranking among U.S. MBA Programs 
–U.S. News & World Report

Leadership

#2

Ranking for leadership programs
–Leadership Development

entrepreneurship

Top 10

Ranking for entrepreneurship offerings, both graduate and undergraduate
–The Princeton Review

graduate specialties

Top 10

Ranking in 9 of 10 graduate specialties (only Stanford and Wharton compare to Ross' breadth of excellence)
U.S. News & World Report 

Alumni


Alumni Clubs

50

Active alumni clubs around the world

alumni network

#5

Ranking of alumni network effectiveness
–The Economist

Ross Alumni

50,000

number of Michigan Business alumni worldwide

Faculty


Editorial Positions

100+

held by faculty at top academic journals

Books published

53

by faculty in 2015-16 academic year

Coursera

1,000,000+

Students taught by Ross faculty through the online platform Coursera

Ross in the Media


Media Mentions

#4

Michigan Ross ranking among business schools for mentions in top-tier media outlets for 2016

Average monthly mentions

542

of Michigan Ross in all media outlets, 2016, behind only Harvard and Wharton

“The American auto industry last year produced more cars than it ever had before, but they did it with somewhere between one-third and one-half the number of workers that they had decades ago. The last thing the auto industry needs is more capacity.” 

Marina Whitman, professor of business administration and public policy, on President Donald Trump's pressure on U.S. automakers to add American jobs and build additional factories in the U.S.

Bloomberg
Jan. 25, 2017