The number of students participating in global experiences at Michigan Ross is at an all-time high. We believe studying abroad is one of the most valuable educational experiences a student can have. Or, at least it can be if approached in the right way.
In a just-released employment report, we announced the career outcomes for our most recent graduating class. I’m always impressed and inspired by the success of our students and proud of the hard work they put in during their time at Ross.
It’s a stressful time, waiting to hear from colleges, unsure about where you’ll be in the fall. But there are some techniques you can use to lower the stress during these next few months while you wait to hear decisions from universities and colleges across the country.
This is a part of a series of blogs focused on understanding the paths to admissions for the Ross BBA program. This post is most relevant for current college students at other universities. Other posts in this series are relevant for high school students and current U-M Students.
One of the things we get the most questions about from prospective students (besides, “What are my chances of getting into Ross?”) is our admissions portfolio and the artifact we ask prospective students to submit.
Ross. Admissions. Portfolio. It’s just three words, but they can carry a lot of weight for applicants who are worried about how they can use the exercise to best showcase themselves and their abilities to us on the admissions team.