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The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is home to a top business school at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. MBAs and BBAs share many of the same buildings, and both programs include many of the same faculty members. With a reputation for collaboration, it's no surprise that the two programs also share top rankings.
Undergraduates apply to the BBA program one year after enrolling in the University of Michigan, allowing first-years time to explore other options before committing to business. Typically, about 90% of BBAs find employment by graduation. At the MBA level, students increase their pre-MBA pay by about $42,000 per year after graduating from Ross.
Life at the Ross School offers all the exuberance that comes with a Big Ten campus. Says one graduate student in a BusinessWeek survey: "There is something to be said about a school that has a team spirit built around the football team. Every Michigan student, undergrad or grad, has a common bond that is more than just the name—it's the fighting spirit!"
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