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Welcome to all prospective Michigan Ross full time MBA applicants! Use this platform to know each-other, build network, exchange ideas/information, discuss application strategies, share interview /school visit experiences, and boost one-another's morale to face the tough admission process.

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Essay 1: What are you most proud of outside of your professional life? How does it shape who you are today? (up to 400 words)

This question allows you to choose your story from your academic, personal, or community experiences . You will need to do a lot of self-reflection and come up with a story (accomplishment) that best showcases your growth/development. Create a list of your two proudest personal or community achievements. Then reflect on how each of these accomplishments helped you demonstrate your values and priorities. You may also choose an experience that is meaningful to you because it gave you an opportunity to make an impact on other people’s lives and demonstrate your personal values of resilience, honesty, and integrity. Sometimes, the personal setbacks in our life teach us more valuable life lessons than any other experience or adventure that we might undertake and make us stronger individuals. If you are proud of how bravely you handled a personal setback ( e.g. sickness, death of a dear one) you may share that story as well.

Whatever story you choose, please remember that the “what” of what you are most proud of is as important as the ‘why’ of it. That is, it is important to demonstrate what challenges you have faced, and how you stepped out of your comfort zone to overcome those challenges. In addition, don’t forget to explain the ‘significance’ of the experience. The Ad Com would like to know how have grown or transformed from that experience to emerge a better person or a member of community.

When the school asks you “What are you most proud of and why?” they don’t want to know about your entire life story (some of my students actually made this mistake); instead, they want you to share a single accomplishment that makes you feel proud of yourself. Ross admission director Soojin Kwon explained in her blog last year: “Don’t write two paragraphs of introduction before stating what you’re most proud of. You can even start with, “I am most proud of….” Write as you would speak. To a real person. We, who read the essays, are real people.”

As always, I recommend that you follow the 4 part structure to organize your story:

1. Situation
2. Action
3. Outcome
4. Significance

Example:

“I consider this experience as my most significant achievement because it was the first time I had conceived an idea, influenced others to accept my plan and implemented it to create a positive impact on society. Combining my passion for running and my intent for helping the underprivileged, I formed a team of like-minded colleagues and accomplished a fundraiser 8K. Ross would find in me a person who can effectively channelize her skills and interests to achieve a bigger cause.”


Essay 2: What is your desired career path and why? (Up to 250 words)

This is a straightforward goals essay question through which the Ad Com would like to know why you want to go to business school. Begin your essay with a brief career history and provide details about how you have pursued your career, acquired new skills and progressed along your career path all these years. Explain your rationale behind each career move. Then go on to describe why you believe that an MBA is the next logical step in your career path NOW? What are those skills that you still lack which you hope to acquire by an MBA?

Then explain your post MBA and long term goals. Please be as specific as you can in discussing your post MBA goals. That is, specify which industry, which company, and what position you would like to see yourself at after graduating from Ross. Even if you are not 100% sure, you should be clear and quite decisive about your short term goals. You need to make sure that there is a logical connection between short term and long term goals. For example, you do not want to say that your long term goal is to be CEO of Xyz Company if your past experience, current skills set, and your short term goals do not at all seem to be leading to that direction.

Please remember that the ‘goals’ essay requires you to make a realistic connection between your past (past experience and skills), present (your need of an MBA), and future (your future goals). The key is to justify your rationale behind your chosen career path.

Finally, even though the essay prompt doesn’t ask you why you are interested in Ross, it makes sense to add 1-2 sentences ( if space permits) about how an MBA from Ross will bring to closer to your career objectives. Establish a connection between their offerings and your goals, and interests to justify your ‘fit’ with program.

Example:

“With its strong focus on experiential learning, a Ross MBA perfectly matches my goals. Ross’ signature MAP project will help me implement my classroom concepts to solve real-time business challenges eventually developing my leadership and professional skills. The core courses along with electives such as Strategies for Growth will provide me sound business foundation.”

Given the stringent word limit (250 words), you will need to choose your words wisely, making sure that every word counts.

As you develop your stories for these two essays, make sure to showcase to the Ross admissions committee your well- rounded personality. The first question will help you paint your non- work side, and the second question will aid in demonstrating your professional side.

Last year, Ross admission director Soojin Kwon explained in her blog, “For both questions, there isn’t an answer that we “want to hear” other than a response that demonstrates that you’ve done some self-reflection and gives us a sense of you as a person.”


Optional Statement: This section should only be used to convey information not addressed elsewhere in your application, for example, completion of supplemental coursework, employment gaps, academic issues, etc. Feel free to use bullet points where appropriate.

This question provides you an opportunity to explore an important aspect of your candidacy, or other significant achievements / strengths not mentioned in other essay responses and application form. Given the limited scope of Ross’s essays, you can choose example/examples from your work, an outstanding professional accomplishment that you could not share in essay 1 because it specifically required a non-work accomplishment. You may also share a life -experience that has greatly influenced your personality and life. The idea is to bring to light that aspect of your personality that truly makes you unique. Then you should try to demonstrate how you can leverage this skill or quality to enhance your MBA experience or your future career.

As directed in the essay prompt, you may use this essay question to address a weakness in your profile, such as employment gap, or low GPA / low GMAT, or unusual choice of recommender. Your weakness may also bring out a positive aspect of your personality.

Example:

"The private tutoring job that I had to take up to support mine and my sister's education required me to spend 30 hours/ week and left me with hardly any time to focus on my studies. This eventually ended up pulling down my grades to 70%."The tutoring experience, however, benefitted me in two ways. It reinforced my passion for teaching (I still find 10 hours/ week to teach my home maid’s children.) Also, it provided me the satisfaction of being a dutiful son.”

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Having some trouble starting the application. After selecting start a new application, the site takes to the program selection page. When I click Full Time Day MBA, the site is showing "No Terms Available". Whats the issue? :~

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Having some trouble starting the application. After selecting start a new application, the site takes to the program selection page. When I click Full Time Day MBA, the site is showing "No Terms Available". Whats the issue? :~

The Business School told me that the online application won't be available until July. Maybe it's that? I haven't tried logging in though, so I'm not sure.

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Having some trouble starting the application. After selecting start a new application, the site takes to the program selection page. When I click Full Time Day MBA, the site is showing "No Terms Available". Whats the issue? :~


I was wondering the same thing!
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Admitted to Ross with Just Two Years of Work Experience

The Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is a dream school for many an MBA applicant. Those who seek careers in Operations and in Consulting are especially attracted by the allure of the school. The steely gates of Ross are manned by gatekeepers who are quite particular about the credentials of those who enter. The average experience for the incoming class hovers around 5 years, so to hope to be admitted to Ross with just 2 years of experience was more than even a dream. A dream that Rahul Kumar, a mechanical engineer working with Tata Steel and a GyanOne client, chose to pursue. This is the story of how his dream became reality, with a twist at the end: the success story of Rahul Kumar.

If there is one quality among the many that the Ross MBA program looks for that stands out for Rahul Kumar, it is his tenacity and his potential. He grew up in a relatively water-parched region of India, but made that his strength than his weakness. In a way, that is a characteristic of winners around the world, and not just successful MBA applicants, isn’t it? Converting a weakness to a strength, and rising against all odds! This would be a theme that would resonate with Rahul even later, during his MBA admissions process.

Rahul went to IIT Kharagpur, and used his time there to not just earn a degree that is coveted across India, but also to conduct research on cheap methods to filter water. Some of his contributions are today helping hundreds of people back in his old hometown. Just like Rahul chose to do himself – this time at Tata Steel in Odisha, India.READ MORE

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Hi

Can anyone tell me that whether the time of application makes a difference in the chances of Admit. To be clear, say that the application acceptance for the round one starts in the month of July and ends in October, does that make a difference if I submit the application in July-August or in September-October ??

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Michigan Ross MBA essays 2016 Analysis

The Michigan Ross MBA essays have changed. While most top business schools either revamp their essay sets from year to year, or leave them unchanged, Michigan Ross has gone with a third approach – it has modified the topics a bit, and changed (reduced) the word limits associated with each essay. While the changes to the Ross MBA essays 2016 are few, they are highly significant, and would involve a very different approach from those applying to the program.

Ross MBA essays 2016 – what has changed?

The Ross MBA essays 2016 are:

What are you most proud of outside of your professional life? How does it shape who you are today? (up to 400 words)
What is your desired career path and why? (up to 250 words)
In addition to these required essays, the Ross MBA also has an optional essay that can be used by applicants to explain any extenuating circumstances (choice of recommenders, GMAT scores, reason for opting for a second MBA, as examples) as needed.

The first key change in this essay set pertains to the addition of the words “outside of your professional life” to the first essay. Clearly, Ross wants to understand the person behind the resume, the GMAT scores, and the professional goals. This may also be a bit of a surprise in the sense that Ross has never been a school to focus on extra-curricular/extra-professional achievements very closely earlier. READ MORE
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Any idea what should be the format for the reapplicant essay? Should we write it in the form of an official cover letter or just like any other essay

And its kinda weird that the essay should be uploaded along with resume.

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Any idea what should be the format for the reapplicant essay? Should we write it in the form of an official cover letter or just like any other essay

And its kinda weird that the essay should be uploaded along with resume.


I've seen bullet points from a friend's reapplication essay. It was framed like kindly allow me to articulate why I'm a better fit for the MBA program this year.

She had like:

- Retook GMAT received ____ prior score was _____. Q score went up by ____. This, I feel, is a testament to being able to handle the academic rigor of the program.

-Received promotions

-Volunteered in Asia at a non-profit

Each had several sentences of elaboration and it really showed growth.

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daredevil123 wrote:
Any idea what should be the format for the reapplicant essay? Should we write it in the form of an official cover letter or just like any other essay

And its kinda weird that the essay should be uploaded along with resume.


I've seen bullet points from a friend's reapplication essay. It was framed like kindly allow me to articulate why I'm a better fit for the MBA program this year.

She had like:

- Retook GMAT received ____ prior score was _____. Q score went up by ____. This, I feel, is a testament to being able to handle the academic rigor of the program.

-Received promotions

-Volunteered in Asia at a non-profit

Each had several sentences of elaboration and it really showed growth.

Good luck!

I would really urge any reapplicant to review this article. Sometimes it's about getting a better GMAT but other times it's about goals, greater self-awareness more wisdom, rather than piling more accomplishments on to the heap. http://poetsandquants.com/2016/07/11/rejected-top-mba-program/

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Makes sense, good read Farrell. Thanks


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Hi Farrell,

I tried looking on your website for thessay but couldn't find it. Can you please post the link here.

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This is an interesting approach, certainly not traditional. Any idea on the word limit for Ross reapplicant essay?


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daredevil123 wrote:
Any idea what should be the format for the reapplicant essay? Should we write it in the form of an official cover letter or just like any other essay

And its kinda weird that the essay should be uploaded along with resume.


I've seen bullet points from a friend's reapplication essay. It was framed like kindly allow me to articulate why I'm a better fit for the MBA program this year.

She had like:

- Retook GMAT received ____ prior score was _____. Q score went up by ____. This, I feel, is a testament to being able to handle the academic rigor of the program.

-Received promotions

-Volunteered in Asia at a non-profit

Each had several sentences of elaboration and it really showed growth.

Good luck!

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