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A quick question. Guys we do not have the optional essay this year for Ross, isn't it?
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A quick question. Guys we do not have the optional essay this year for Ross, isn't it?


There should be an optional essay question just like all the other schools. Its pretty straight-forward anyway so they might have excluded the instructions in the required essays in the website.

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Dates & Deadlines
Application Deadline Decisions Announced
Round 1 October 04, 2015 December 18, 2015
Round 2 January 05, 2016 March 18, 2016
Round 3 March 21, 2016 May 13, 2016

This year’s application process has three rounds. You must submit undergraduate and graduate transcripts when you apply. Unofficial transcripts are accepted. However, should you be accepted, you must submit official transcripts. Other documents that you should include with your Ross Business School application are GMAT or GRE scores, essays, a resume and one recommendation letter. International applicants, whose native language is non-English, must submit TOEFL or PTE scores.
Admissions Criteria:
“The Admissions Committee seeks to bring together talented students from a broad range of academic and professional backgrounds. Applications are reviewed holistically; no single factor – e.g., GPA, GMAT/ GRE score, or years of work experience— determines the outcome. Applications are reviewed with three broad criteria in mind:
 Intellectual ability
 Professional and personal achievements
 Interpersonal, communication, and teamwork skills “

Essay Questions:

The number of questions for 2015-16 application cycle remains the same and so does the length of the questions Like last year, two essays (400 words each) are required. Last season, Ross asked applicants to explain what they were most proud of professionally and personally, in two separate essays. The school has retained one question on this subject, but this year’s question offers the applicants an option to choose either personal or professional accomplishment, not both. The second question marks a return of the traditional career goals questions from previous years which requires you to tell the school what your career path is and why you chose this path.

Let’s take a look at the two essay questions:

Essay 1: What are you most proud of and why? How does it shape who you are today? (400 words)

This question allows you to choose your story from your professional, academic, or personal experiences or accomplishments. Indeed, the “what” of what you are most proud of is as important as the ‘why’ of it.

Since this question is designed to determine your fit with the school’s values and priorities, you will need to do a lot of self-reflection and come up with a story that best aligns with Ross’s values. Create a list of your two proudest professional accomplishments, and your two proudest personal or community achievements. Then reflect on how each of these accomplishments helped you demonstrate your values and priorities.

For example, if you have chosen a professional accomplishment, it may not be the one that had saved your company millions of dollars or created a platform for your promotion, but it was significant in other respects. The experience might have taught you leadership skills or team working skills that paved the way for your future success or it might have enabled you to resolve conflicts within the team and turned around your relationship with your member / members.. You may also choose an experience form your personal life (may be a personal setback) or community life 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. Whatever story you choose, don’t forget to explain what makes you proud of your experience and how you have grown from that experience and emerged a better person, or a professional, 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 career history and all of your accomplishments throughout your career ( 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 explains in her blog: “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 for the structure, I recommend that you follow the 4 part structure :

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

To learn more, refer to my blog on accomplishment essay

https://myessayreview.com/blogs/?p=1199
Essay Question 2: What is your desired career path and why? (400 words)

This is a straightforward goals question that aims 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 a concluding sentence 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.
As you develop your stories, aim at helping Ross admissions committee get to know you more fully.
Ross admission director Soojin Kwon explains 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.”
For Soojin Kwon’s detailed guidelines on the two essay questions, click here
https://michiganross.umich.edu/admissio ... pplication

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Does anyone know when the deposit deadlines are for each round? I can't seem to find it on the Ross website.

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The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business has received a pledge of $60 million from the Zell Family Foundation to further fund entrepreneurial programs at the Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies.
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According to a statement released Monday announcing the news, the funds will provide endowed support to the institute for continued delivery and development of entrepreneurship programs for students and alumni. This includes $10 million dedicated to a new fund that will invest in new student business ventures, Ross dean Alison Davis-Blake says.

UM’s Ross School of Business is a pioneer in entrepreneurial education, introducing the nation’s first course on entrepreneurship in 1927, and the first student-led venture fund, The Wolverine Venture Fund, in 1997. Two years later, the Zell Lurie Institute was established as one of the country’s first full programs dedicated to entrepreneurial education.

“Our goal is to accelerate the learning curve and the opportunities for budding entrepreneurs, as well as to build a powerful alumni network,” says Sam Zell, a University of Michigan alumnus and chairman of Equity Group Investments. “Entrepreneurs have always been a primary driver of growth for this country. I believe that fostering entrepreneurial education is an investment in the future.”

Sam and Helen Zell both have been strong supporters of their alma mater. Under their leadership, the Zell Family Foundation has provided financial support to University of Michigan of more than $150 million.

For more information about this gift, please click here.
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The University of Michigan has announced a $60 million gift from the Zell Family Foundation, to support the Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

The funds will support entrepreneurship programs for students, including a $10 million fund for student business ventures.

Since its creation in 1999, the Zell Lurie Institute has fostered entrepreneurship at UM Ross and supported the creation of hundreds of start-up businesses, including more than 100 companies in the 2014-2015 academic year alone. The Zell Lurie Institute has been ranked in the top three programs for entrepreneurship for three years running.

Helen and Sam Zell are both UM alumni, and have supported their alma mater to the tune of over $150 million (including founding a program in entrepreneurship and law at the UM law school and helping to support the university’s creative writing program).

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• An Interview with Anne Perigo of University of Michigan’s Master of Entrepreneurship     Program [podcast]
• Michigan Ross Zone Page
• Michigan Ross Receives $20M Gift to Launch Leadership Center

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Sustainability is the wave of the future, and leading the way is Michigan Ross and specifically the Erb Institute.

This week, we invited Diana Economy, Senior Associate Director of Admissions at University of Michigan Ross and Terry Nelidov, Managing Director of the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise to tell us more about Michigan Ross, Erb, and how to get accepted to both.

Listen to the show!
00:02:31 – A quick glance at the Ross 2-year MBA program.

00:06:06 – About the Erb Institute and the dual-degree program.

00:10:59 – Where Erb Institute grads are making an impact.

00:12:20 – Rolling water in India: An exciting Erb alum project.

00:15:12 – What some cool Ross MBAs are up to.

00:17:30 – Analyzing the Ross admission requirements: What the program is looking for and what applicants do wrong.

00:20:46 – Calculus – still a must at Ross?

00:21:50 – GMAT vs. GRE rumors and facts.

00:24:04 – How to make your application come alive.

00:26:45 – What the Erb Institute is looking for in applicants.

00:28:57 – Does past experience matter for Erb applicants?

00:34:50 – The optional team exercise (and why its optional).

00:36:51 – Final words of advice for applicants.

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I've got a quick question about the Ross app. I'm working on mine now and am a little confused as to why there is both and optional essay (300 word limit) and an "additional information" portion. I am guessing the essay should be used to address possible shortcomings (gaps in work ex, low gpa, etc) but I am unsure what to populate the additional information section with (if anything?). Any insight would be appreciated.

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We have posted a compilation of important posts from Ross Michigan class of 2017 discussion here. collection-of-valuable-content-from-ross-class-of-2017-discussion-204772.html In the article you will get a handle on application experiences of past applicants, important information about Ross's MBA program derived from their research, interview debriefs, school visit reports, and many other great things.
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I've got a quick question about the Ross app. I'm working on mine now and am a little confused as to why there is both and optional essay (300 word limit) and an "additional information" portion. I am guessing the essay should be used to address possible shortcomings (gaps in work ex, low gpa, etc) but I am unsure what to populate the additional information section with (if anything?). Any insight would be appreciated.


I would love to know more about this question, too.

Does anyone have any advice for what type of information should/could be submitted for the "Additional Information Upload" on pg. 10 of Ross's application? It says, "If you need to provide additional information not provided in another part of the application, please upload below. Include your name and the type or purpose of the document in the header for identification."

Is this an opportunity to detail extracurricular activities that couldn't fit elsewhere in the application?

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I have a GMAT score of 700 with WE of 2.5 years in Risk Consulting in KPMG. My GMAT score is below the average for Ross, being an international applicant (Indian) will it be difficult to get in? Also I dont think I will be able to apply in R1. looking to apply in R2. Will this affect my chances in any way?

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I have a question about selecting the round of application.

I understand that Ross conducts team exercises/group interviews only after the 2nd deadline, and encourages everyone to participate in them. Does it mean that round 1 applicants run a risk of being put on the wait list until they can participate later in these team exercises? And if the answer to the above question is yes, is an international applicant (non-native English speaker) better-off applying in round 2 than in round 1?

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I've got a quick question about the Ross app. I'm working on mine now and am a little confused as to why there is both and optional essay (300 word limit) and an "additional information" portion. I am guessing the essay should be used to address possible shortcomings (gaps in work ex, low gpa, etc) but I am unsure what to populate the additional information section with (if anything?). Any insight would be appreciated.



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Hi guys, just wanted to confirm - are we or are we not supposed to send our official GMAT score via GMAC?

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I have a GMAT score of 700 with WE of 2.5 years in Risk Consulting in KPMG. My GMAT score is below the average for Ross, being an international applicant (Indian) will it be difficult to get in? Also I dont think I will be able to apply in R1. looking to apply in R2. Will this affect my chances in any way?

Another thing you may want to consider is whether or not Ross still help co-sign international student loans. This is affect your ability to pay for the school after getting in. I believe Ross stopped co-signing international student loans a few years ago.

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