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Admission is rolling and applications are reviewed as submitted. Early application is encouraged. Cohorts will start the Summer Term.
Candidates are required to satisfy the equivalent of a prerequisite course prior to starting the Master of Management Program.
This course must be taken in a classroom setting, earning a C or better.
MANDATORY PREREQUISITE COURSE:
Pre-Calculus (MATH 105 at the University of Michigan)
Introduction to Statistics (STATS 250 at the University of Michigan)
You must have a U.S. bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution, or the equivalent, by the time of application. You may submit an unofficial copy of your transcripts (and degree documents, if applicable) with your application. If accepted, official transcripts will be required.
Applicants who have earned or will earn their undergraduate degree from a non-U.S. institution are required to submit a Course-by-Course WES Evaluation Report. Please be sure to secure your completed WES Evaluation Report in advance of submitting your program application. Please select and send your WES Evaluation Report to the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business - One-Year Master's Programs. We also ask that your personal copy of the WES Evaluation Report is scanned and uploaded into the program application.
You can provide either GMAT or GRE scores, which are valid for five years after you take the exam. You may self-report your score on the application or upload unofficial score reports. If accepted, official reports will be required. If you take the GMAT or GRE more than once, we will use your highest total score and the corresponding breakout scores in evaluating your application. We do not mix and match scores. Ross’ GMAT reporting code is SN1-J6-34; our GRE reporting code is 1839; reporting codes are valid for several Ross graduate programs.
Your resume should include up-to-date educational information and professional experience. Please include dates. These should correspond with the dates you provide in your application. You may include community/professional service activities as well as hobbies/interests. We recommend that your resume be no longer than one page.
Write an essay for each of the following questions (max. 200 words each):
An academic challenge I faced as a college student is/was ...
My best friend would describe me as ...
My client at work would describe me as ...
I am most proud of ...
My mentor is ... because ...
A time that I went above and beyond expectations was ...
My greatest responsibility is/has been ...
If I could have lunch with anyone, it would be ... because ...
If there is any other information that you believe is important to our assessment of your candidacy, feel free to add it to your application. (If in written form, limit your response to 500 words.)
Michigan Ross uses the GMAC Common Recommendation Form, and we require two recommendations. Select individuals who can discuss your professional performance and work style. We prefer one recommendation from an intermediate- or upper-level professor.
Interviews are conducted by invitation only. You may interview on campus or with a Ross alum in your local area. Skype interviews are available as an alternative. Candidates interviewing in person are not evaluated differently than candidates interviewed via live video conference.
Interviews are expected to last up to 30 minutes. The interview provides the admissions committee with more information about you and is not an indication of the outcome of your application.
The application fee is $75 USD for domestic applicants and $100 USD for international applicants.
The application fee is waived if:
You are a current or former member of the U.S. military.
You have served in the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, or Teach for America within three years of the application deadline.
We do not waive application fees for any other reason.
Please email email@example.com to request an application fee waiver prior to submitting your application
Undergraduate Degrees and Transcripts
International applicants are required to submit copies of both an academic record and diploma (or other document indicating the date and conferral of your degree). Copies of documents are acceptable at the time of application; official documents will be requested if you are admitted to the program. If you will earn or have earned your undergraduate degree from a non-U.S. institution, you are required to submit a WES Evaluation Report.
We accept most three-year bachelor’s degrees, as long as they are equivalent to a four-year U.S. degree.
If the original language of the academic record and diploma is not English, a certified English translation must accompany the original document. The translation should be literal rather than interpretive. If a certified copy of the original transcript is submitted, it must be certified by the institution from which the degree was received. Documents notarized by a notary public are not acceptable.
Credentials must include:
If your native language is not English, you must demonstrate competence in English by taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and earning a minimum score of 100.
The TOEFL must be taken no more than two years prior to the application deadline date.
For the TOEFL exam, we require the internet-based test (iBT) version of the exam. Ross’ TOEFL score reporting code is 1839.
To have scores sent electronically to Ross, select “University of Michigan – Ann Arbor” as the recipient.
Exemptions: International applicants who studied at an accredited institution where English was the sole language of instruction for four years or more are exempt from the TOEFL requirement. If you studied in this environment for less than four years, you are not exempt from the TOEFL, even if a degree was earned.
Create an account to start your application to the MM program, or log in to manage an application in progress or add recommenders.
Admission decisions are typically released within six weeks of submission.
However, this time can vary from one to eight weeks, depending on the volume of applications being considered when you apply. Please note that your evaluation will not start until all application documents have been received. This includes recommendation forms, transcripts, and exam scores.