A membership allows you to advance-purchase Executive Education enrollments at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Memberships may be purchased by companies or individuals.
- A membership allows you to 'bank' training funds for future use.
- NEW FEATURE for Custom Clients: A membership can allow custom program participants to register for programs quickly and conveniently, online.
- If you choose, you may specify a single program, or a group of programs that may be registered for under the membership. This is helpful if you want to allow registrations to a select group of programs.
- Billing: A membership allows you to receive one invoice for multiple program enrollments.
How to Get a Membership
Our Professional Development Consultant can help you create a membership that uniquely meets your executive development needs.
For assistance with your strategy and planning for your company-wide executive education needs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-763-1000.
A membership contact person must be identified when the membership is set up.
All communications, including invoicing, between the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business Executive Education and the Member regarding the membership will be directed to that contact person.
All public events may be included, or at his discretion, a Member may choose to restrict registrations to a select group of events. Custom programs created specially for the Member's company also may be included in the membership.
A password known as a "membership key" will be issued to the membership contact person when the membership is purchased.
Members may register or apply for Ross Executive Education programs at any time online, or via phone.
Member must provide the membership key at the time of registration or application. Appropriate use of the membership key is the sole responsibility of the Member.
The University of Michigan will not indemnify the Member if the membership key is used in a manner not sanctioned by the Member. For this reason, the membership key should be kept confidential.
A membership is valid for one year. EE will send monthly statements to the Membership Contact Person via mail or email that shows the expiration date, how the monies have been used, and the amount of money left in the membership. EE is not responsible for monitoring or ensuring that the Member uses up the membership before it expires. Any unused membership monies are forfeited by the Member after the membership expires.
When a membership is created, EE will issue an invoice which is payable on receipt.
Any discount percentage must be negotiated with a Client Relationship Manager at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business Executive Education Center before the membership has been created, and may not be altered during the term of the membership. A discount rate will apply equally to tuition for all events registered for under the membership; discounts do not apply to room and board fees.
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