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Our partner community, made up of talented leaders, professionals, and parents, is intrinsic to what makes the Ross MBA family so special. In fact, almost one-third of students at Ross have a partner. Whether it’s participating in a resume workshop with the Career Development Office, attending a Design Your Life seminar through the Sanger Leadership Center, or going on one of our many partner MTreks, it’s our goal to ensure that as a partner, you feel included every step of the way.
Leverage an instant network of peers and resources through Partners Club at Ross (PCAR). PCAR aims to support the needs of partners, families, and students of Ross graduate programs. The group hosts events, shares information about Ross, and works together to build an engaged community. Reach out to PCAR to learn more about joining.
The Partners Club at Ross provides information, events, and other resources to support international partners as they settle into life in Ann Arbor, including information about a variety of international and cultural resources in the area.
It’s been hailed one of America’s best college towns, but there’s even more to this charming town than its world-renowned university. Discover the food, shops, art, parks, and community events that make Ann Arbor such a special place to live.
Find the place you’ll call home through our Ross housing directory, which helps Ross students and their partners find local housing.
Find educational, enrichment, and childcare support for your little one through U-M’s large network of family resources.
Ann Arbor is home to many major employers. From technology to healthcare to automotive (and more), you’ll find a number of recognizable brands in the area. Some of our largest and most well-known employers include Google, Domino’s, Duo Security, and Toyota.
The University of Michigan is consistently ranked one of the best university workplaces in the U.S., with thousands of faculty and staff who keep campus thriving. You could be one of them! We offer competitive benefits, salaries, and healthy work-life balance.
We’ve kicked out (most of) our regular crew and have asked the partners of current MBA students to come together and dish on what it’s like to move across the world to be with your significant other while they pursue their MBA.