With the right support, careers will flourish and employees will make immediate and long-term contributions to your company.
"We are continually developing talent so they can achieve extraordinary results. We have witnessed the acceleration of our top talent’s growth throughout the Ross EMBA program and their ability to drive results through the application of strategic and tactical frameworks and sharing their learnings with others."
- WHIRLPOOL CORP.
Sponsoring the tuition of your employees is a great way to retain top talent while preparing them to strengthen your organization. In fact, half of EMBA students receive a promotion while in the program.
Employees with an intimate knowledge of their organization are valuable and worthy of investment. Pairing that knowledge with the skills, mindset, leadership presence, and perspective that Michigan Ross provides can make them invaluable.
When you sponsor 50% of your employee's tuition, you provide them with access to the Michigan Ross Executive Education open enrollment programs though Ross AlumniAdvantage.
The impact of the Ross Executive MBA is not limited to those who earn it. EMBA graduates can also support the development of others, creating a benefit that cascades through the organization.
The EMBA program is only 21 months, but organizations reap the benefits from the beginning of the program. Students are immersed in the core business areas starting day one, increasing their overall understanding of the business from a strategic standpoint and enabling them to become stronger contributors.
Our once-a-month schedule minimizes time spent away from your organization. Students complete coursework and projects virtually between on-campus residencies, enabling them to continue their progress without compromising their professional obligations.
Sponsor an ExecMAP Project
Benefit from the insight and innovation Executive MBA students and faculty can bring to your company by becoming an ExecMAP sponsor. Recent teams have initiated growth opportunities at tech startups, created opportunities for women in emerging markets, and developed go-to market strategies.