Knowledge is Power
If you think the Michigan Ross Master of Supply Chain Management Program is right for you, it’s time to do a little homework.
Having as much knowledge as possible about our program, Michigan Ross, our corporate partners, and even Ann Arbor is extremely important. Not only is it important, but it can set you apart from the rest of the applicants when being assessed for admission and even financial assistance.
While we’re interested in what you know about our program, we also want to learn how you feel about the elements of the program. So here are some resources that will arm you with the knowledge you’ll need to stand out in the interviews and increase your chances of admission:
Spend some time on the web pages for the Ross MSCM Program.
Speak with current students or alumni. You can email us -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- and request to be paired up with one or more. I’d recommend sending over your resume and the characteristics of the type of person you’d like to engage with.
Visit the Ross MSCM Facebook page for weekly updates on what’s going on.
Set up a tour or visit by emailing us at email@example.com.
Sign up and attend one of our many virtual information sessions.
Our goal is to make sure you have a realistic preview and solid understanding of what the Ross MSCM program offers. Talk with our alumni about how their experiences and affiliation with Ross MSCM have launched their careers and personal endeavors to new heights. Having the knowledge about how the MSCM program can position you for excellence is one of the key steps to elevating your application among the highest in the admissions pool. Remember, knowledge is power.
CONNECT WITH US
Schedule a meeting with an MSCM Admissions Advisor, connect with MSCM ambassadors, or find the answer to a question - firstname.lastname@example.org