U-M Listed Among Most Collaborative Universities


The University of Michigan tops the list of most collaborative universities in the country according to a recent blog from the Huffington Post, and we couldn’t agree more.

Students at Ross have incredible access to the resources available across the University of Michigan and beyond.

With 100 graduate programs in the top 10 by U.S. News & World Report, our students have excelled in more than 20 well-established dual-degree programs, and many students have created their own.

Ross Global initiatives programs sent more than 400 students to 19 different countries this past year to help Ross students learn the cross-cultural skills necessary to succeed and lead in a global economy.

The Tauber Summer Projects pair MBAs with Ross supply chain students and U-M Engineering students to work inside companies and solve complex challenges for the world’s biggest companies.

Collaboration is an essential part of how Ross develops leaders who make a positive difference in the world. But, the article asks, what does collaborative education mean for businesses?

“The very best students, graduating from the very best schools … expect transparency and collaboration at all levels of the organization.” [x]

At Ross, we’re delivering on that expectation every day.

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