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University of Michigan—Ann Arbor Stephen M. Ross School of Business

The Basics
University of Michigan—Ann Arbor

Visiting And Contact Information

701 Tappan Street

E2540

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234

United States

Phone: 734-763-5796

Fax: 734-763-7804

Website

Academics
Concentrations: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, JD/MBA - Dual Degree, MD/MBA -- Dual Degree, MS/MBA -- Dual Degree, RN/MBA -- Dual Degree, Supply Chain Management
Centers of Research: Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Systems/Information Technology, International Business, Leadership/Management, Marketing, Non-Profit Management/Public Administration, Organizational Behavior, Supply Chain Management
Part-Time Program: Yes
Evening Program: Yes
Executive MBA Program Offered: Yes
Online MBA: No
Student Faculty Ratio: 9:1
Total Faculty: 205
Faculty Full-Time: 52%
Faculty Part-Time: 48%
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Admissions
Rolling Admission: No
Application Deadline Round 1: 10/01
Notification Date Round 1: 12/20
Application Deadline Round 2: 01/02
Notification Date Round 2: 03/14
Application Deadline Round 3: 03/03
Notification Date Round 3: 05/15
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Student Body
GMAT Range (25-75%): 690 - 720
Average UGrad GPA: 3.4
Enrollment: 1,450
% Full-Time: 67%
% Part-Time: 33%
% Full-Time International: 34%
Average Age: 28.00
Avg Years Work Experience: 5
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Careers
Average Starting Salary: $111,417.00
% of graduates accepting new jobs in
Consulting: 36.5%
Finance: 20.4%
General Management: 8.3%
Marketing / Sales: 17.9%
Operations / Production: 3.4%
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Tuition and Aid
In-State Tuition: $50,000.00
Out-of-State Tuition: $55,000.00
Estimated Room and Board: $12,852.00
Students receiving some aid: 67%
Average Annual Total Financial Aid: $52,420.00
Direct Lender: Yes
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Campus Life / Facilities
% of Classrooms with Internet Access: 100%
Campus-wide Internet Network: Yes
Research Centers: Ross’ leading institutes and centers expose MBA students to cutting-edge thought and action, both in and out of the classroom. These centers and institutes are committed to practice, experience, and action-based learning. The Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies and its Center for Venture Capital and Private Equity Finance combine a potent mix of knowledge, experiences, and opportunities from the front lines of entrepreneurship and alternative investments. Students have access to capital competitions and other support that allows them to apply their classroom knowledge to launching a business while earning their MBA. The school’s student-led investment funds, with more than $6.5 million under management, immerse students in the world of business assessment and investment. ZLI also works with the University of Michigan’s other top-ranked schools and research units – such as the School of Medicine and College of Engineering – to expose students to new ventures and accelerate commercialization of ideas and technologies. The Tauber Institute for Global Operations is a partnership between Michigan Ross and the U-M College of Engineering that provides programs and opportunities for MBA students interested in operations, supply chain, or manufacturing. Tauber offers a paid internship for MBA students and works with top companies to develop leaders who are fluent in the technology of their industry and can apply their knowledge to broader business challenges. The William Davidson Institute (WDI) sources and funds activities for MBA students, including international projects (for credit) and internships abroad. This nonprofit research and educational institute focuses on issues in emerging and transitional economies. MBA students may also compete for WDI funding for summer projects that they propose. The WDI speaker series offers students monthly access to business and policy leaders who shed light on globalization and its challenges The Frederick A. and Barbara M. Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise is a partnership between Michigan Ross and the U-M School of Natural Resources and Environment. The institute fosters global sustainable enterprise through research and education initiatives, including its acclaimed MBA/MS program. The Erb Institute is committed to a collaborative approach to helping business, government, and civil society achieve meaningful progress toward sustainability. The Nonprofit and Public Management Center is a partnership between the Ross School, U-M’s School of Social Work, and the Ford School of Public Policy. Students may serve on nonprofit boards, compete in multidisciplinary challenges for social impact, and receive paid internships in high-level consulting positions with nonprofit organizations.
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Key Statistics

Rankings And Lists

  • 2014 Top Entrepreneurial Programs: Graduate:
    # 1
  • Best Business Schools (Midwest)
  • Best Green MBA:
    # 9
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At a Glance

  • School Type:
    Public
  • Enrollment:
    1,450
  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    9:1
  • Total Faculty:
    205
  • Executive MBA:
    Yes
  • Online MBA:
    No
  • Avg Years of Work Experience:
    5
  • GMAT Range (25-75%):
    690 - 720
  • Average UGrad GPA:
    3.4
  • Rolling Admission:
    No
  • Avg Starting Salary:
    $111,417.00
  • Last Application Deadline:
    03/03
  • In-State-Tuition:
    $50,000.00
  • Out-of-State Tuition:
    $55,000.00
  • Students Receiving Aid:
    67%
  • Financial Aid Deadline:
    04/30

Academics & Programs

  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    9:1
  • Total Faculty:
    205
  • Faculty Full-Time:
    52%
  • Faculty Part-Time:
    48%
  • Part-Time Program:
    Yes
  • Evening Program:
    Yes
  • Executive MBA:
    Yes
  • Online MBA:
    No
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