Ross School of Business – University of Michigan
The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is located in the town of Ann Arbor and is part of the university’s undergraduate and graduate student body of over 42,000. In addition to its full-time MBA program, Ross also offers a Part-Time MBA, an Executive MBA and a Global MBA. Ross is well regarded for its action-based learning approach—as evidenced by MAP, the consulting project that all first-year students must complete—as well as its extensive university resources and career placement across a broad range of industries.
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