Global Exchange

MBA Global Semester Exchange Program

Winter Semester 2017 – Winter A or Full Semester Options
Various Partner Schools throughout the World
Full-time MBA (Second Year), Global MBA

During your second-year as a Ross MBA, you have the opportunity to study abroad at one of Ross' many distinguished partner schools in cities as diverse as Shanghai and Buenos Aires.

An exchange experience will allow you to learn about business from a different perspective, immerse yourself in another culture, and network with students, faculty, and professionals from around the world.

You can choose to participate in half- (Winter A only) or full-semester exchange programs during the winter semester depending on which option best suits your academic or professional plans.

Applications are due in early July

Navigate to the "More Details" button for specific information on this year's program.

Learn more about the exchange partner schools

Compare and contrast partner school options with the MBA Partner School Resource Guide 

Read even more partner school details by joining this Canvas site via this link

The Ross School of Business is a proud member school of the Partnership in International Management.

Student Stories

Daniel Gerding, 2014 Exchange Student at NTU, Singapore
"My time as an exchange student at Nanyang Business School was without a doubt one of the biggest highlights of my entire MBA experience. I easily assimilated into the Nanyang Technological University community and found the coursework and interaction with fellow students to be incredibly rewarding. The coursework was not only a great complement to my previous coursework at the University of Michigan, but also provided unique context from the perspective of Singapore and the rest of Southeast Asia."
Arshan Ameen, 2014 Exchange Student at UADE, Argentina
"Choosing to study abroad was one of the best decisions I have made at Ross. I got to experience the wonderful city of Buenos Aires, immerse myself in a new culture, try lots of delicious food, work on my foreign language skills, and learn a lot about the history and economy of both Argentina and the greater South American region."