With students, faculty, and staff coming to Michigan Ross from around the world, a new Food, Friends, and Culture series is providing a forum for full-time MBA students to share aspects of their unique cultures with their peers.
Finance, technology, and social impact are words that are not often seen together. However, the fusion of these topics is precisely what we were tasked with thinking about as part of the 2019 FinTech Challenge, which took place at the Ross School of Business earlier this year.
As a woman and a Latina, I knew that making the choice to go back to school to pursue an MBA would be an adjustment. At most top business schools, though the number of women has increased, gender parity is still an aspiration somewhere in the far-off distance. However, coming to Ross has helped me meet my goals and step into my own as a leader.
Clear Admit highlighted six students from the Full-Time MBA Class of 2021 at the Ross School of Business in a new “Real Humans of MBA Students” series, which seeks to provide insight to prospective students on the real people in MBA programs.
It seems like every year the quality and diversity of the incoming full-time MBA class continues to increase, and this year is no exception. The 421 MBA students who make up the Michigan Ross Class of 2021 are highly accomplished individuals with diverse experiences and skills to share with their peers and the Ross community.
The Ross School of Business released its 2019 MBA Employment Report this week, highlighting record-setting career placement for the Full-Time MBA Program's most recent graduating class, as well as the record for the highest total salary package.