received a job offer within 6 months of graduation
hiring companies from diverse industries
mean salary package
Career Exploration Activities
As an incoming MM student, take part in career exploration activities, such as self-assessment exercises, to define the type of careers that best fit your interests, values, and skills.
Participate in a series of workshops designed for and dedicated to your job-search success. Workshop topics include resume and cover letter writing, networking skills, and tips from former recruiters.
Staff and Peer Coaching
Meet with CDO staff and/or peer coaches with expertise in your field of interest to gain the leverage you need to get your dream job. They can help you map out a specific job-search plan or negotiate offers. Drop-in office hours are available daily for any quick questions you have.
Ross student clubs — organized around career interests — sponsor conferences and special events and can help you network with other students and alumni.
- Corporate Presentations
- Networking Hours
- On- and Off-Campus Interview Opportunities
- Resume and LinkedIn Reviews
- Mock Interviews
Benefit from a Network Like No Other
Master of Management students are ambitious, determined, and supportive — and they make up an incredible network you can rely on throughout your career.