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How is the University of Michigan for business administration? business-management university

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Max’s Answer

As a current business major at Michigan's Ross School of Business, I would strongly recommend you consider this program. One aspect that often gets overlooked is that you can apply to Ross out of high school. Other prestigious BBA programs require you to apply in college after your first year which can result in significant stress and anxiety. The academic prerequisites (such as economics or calculus) for business school in these scenarios can be very competitive. If you are passionate about majoring in business administration, applying to a BBA program in high school makes a lot of sense.
In terms of quality, the Ross undergrad education is one of the best in the United States. A significant percentage of Ross graduates accept job offers in the areas of finance and consulting, which are jobs that are typically the most competitive (and also high paying). Beyond specific business concentrations, the Ross education incorporates a well-rounded curriculum and esteemed professors that will develop you as a business leader.
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Kate’s Answer

The University of Michigan has one of the best undergrad Business Administration degrees in the nation. It is highly ranked and highly funded by companies and alumni. Furthermore Michigan genuinely has the best alumni network for all schools. I didn't think that would be true coming into school here, but it's helpful when looking for jobs, there seems to be so many alumni working at great companies and a lot of them are very willing to help call and refer you. I will say it's pretty competitive, but I've had an overall good experience here.

I agree with everything Kate said! It is considered as one of the top schools by many recruiters for an undergrad Business Administration degree. Furthermore if you're interested in investment banking, it is considered a "target school" by many investment banks alongside Wharton, NYU, and Harvard. Most undergrad students usually go into investment banking, consulting, or marketing related roles. However, like many business schools, it can be a very competitive environment, so definitely take that into consideration when evaluating where you want to go to school. Joaquin Gomez

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Joseph’s Answer

https://michiganross.umich.edu/faculty-research/institutes-centers-initiatives

You may find this useful for your questions concerning MU Business.
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