Take a Look at How The Michigan Ross MBA Class of 2020 Is Taking Shape


The Round 1 deposits are in and we are thrilled with how the Ross Class of 2020 is shaping up.

Students will be bringing experience from companies like McKinsey, Bain, BCG, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, BlackRock, Itau, Google, Amazon, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson and Nike as well as the Peace Corps, the military, and the United Nations Foundation. Some of the students who will be joining us at Ross include:

  • A professional hockey player in the NHL
  • A surgical resident from Mississippi
  • A GE commercial programs leader from Ghana
  • A network planning manager for LATAM from Colombia
  • A greenlight coordinator for Uber in India
  • An investment analyst from Kyrgyzstan
  • A risk manager for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Many have graduate degrees ranging from art, architecture, religious studies and sociology to engineering and law. We couldn’t be more excited about the wide range of experiences and perspectives these students will bring to Ross in the Fall.

Why You Should Apply in Round 3

Some of our most successful students and alumni applied in Round 3 or were admitted from the waitlist. Knowing this, we save room in the class to ensure that we can admit great candidates in Round 3. March 19th is the deadline. Check out our Round 3 admissions webinar to get tips from the team as well as insights from current Rossers who applied (and were admitted) in Round 3.

What’s Happening with Round 2

The AdCom finished reading apps earlier this week. We’re now in the committee phase where we review preliminary decisions and shape the class to meet our goals for class size, caliber, and diversity. We’ll call U.S. admits on March 14 and international admits on March 15. All decisions will be released at 12PM EST on March 16.

Image: The image with this blog is from our recent MAP kickoff. From emergency medicine work in Ghana to working with AI assistants at Amazon, our first-year MBA students are embedded on 83 projects in 20 countries all across the world for the next seven weeks. Take a look at some of the projects this year