Student Clubs & Organizations
The Michigan Business Group (MBG)) is dedicated to introducing members to careers in finance, consulting, marketing, and accounting. In the fall semester, members learn through presentations, technical workshops, and interactive activities and then apply this knowledge in the winter semester through real-world projects and investment in the $20,000+ MBC fund.
As the largest female alumni network at the Ross School of Business, the ties among members is our biggest asset. We have over 400 members in our organization, making us the biggest undergraduate Ross organization. Every year our members are sought after by leading companies across every industry: finance, marketing, consulting, management, real estate etc. ...and with good reason. Through resume workshops, mock interviews, case study seminars, career panels, mentorship and specialized tutoring options, we prepare our talented members with the professional tools to confidently win in every classroom and interview.
Michigan Chinese Business Club (MCBC)'s mission is to foster a community centered around exploring opportunities and exchanging ideas with a focus on US and Chinese business.
MDM educates its members in Digital Marketing, providing hands experience through practice of ecommerce, workshops, and conferences. Join us and learn more!
The Michigan Finance and Entrepreneurship Club is a prestigious investment based learning organization at the University of Michigan.
Cryptocurrency. Blockchain. Artificial Intelligence. Robo-advisory. Machine Learning. Big Data.
Established as the first student-led FinTech initiative at the University of Michigan, Michigan FinTech seeks to expose its members to the emerging technologies and innovations in the financial services industry.
The Michigan Impact Investing Symposium (MIIS) is an annual conference held at the Ross School of Business and is organized by undergraduate students through the MIIS club. The symposium showcases the many opportunities of impact investing and brings in distinguished members of the impact investing community to speak at the conference
Michigan Interactive Investments (MII) is one of the leading undergraduate investment clubs at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Each year MII builds an investment portfolio with the goal of educating members about investing.
The Michigan Investment Banking Club (“MIBC”) is an undergraduate student organization at the University of Michigan. Our goal is to prepare our members for a career in investment banking and to help our members secure competitive internships or full-time Analyst positions. In order to accomplish our goals, we employ a three prong strategy, which consists of an educational lecture series, an academic year investment banking internship program, and career guidance and support.
MIG is UM’s first investment group focused on the intersection of Finance & Technology, developing algorithms and pitching stocks to prep members for the future of Wall Street.
The Michigan Journal of Business is an academic journal run by undergraduate students at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
The Michigan Music Business Club is a club at the University of Michigan that strives to give our members an exclusive, educational experience through hands on speaking events, social events, and internship recruitment events.
We provide students the community and platform to explore private equity and venture capital through educational instruction and real-world applications. Our club is positioned in an open-source format, giving the general student body access to certain events i.e. interactive seminars and workshops. Internally, our associates build the organization up from ground 0, acquire the technical capabilities required to thrive within the competitive verticals, compete in investment challenges, and so much more.
Michigan Stocks and Bonds (MSBO) is a cutting-edge investment club centered around our 4 pillars: Education, Investing, Professional Development, and Philanthropy. Our goal is to help students turn their own goals and visions into successful investments.
The Mind Matters Mental Health Initiative at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business ultimately strives to enrich the mental health and general wellness of members of the Ross community.
The Muslim Business Students' Association is dedicated to creating a sense of community among Muslim students interested in business, as well as providing resources and networking opportunities to aid in professional development for all fields of interest.