Quick FactsAverage 2014 GMAT: 702
Average 2014 GPA: 3.4
2014 Acceptance Rate: N/A
2016 Application Deadlines: October 5, 2016, January 4, 2016, March 21, 2016
Ross School of Business Admissions
Q&A / Interviews
|8/2/2013||Interview with Anne Perigo, UM Master in Entrepreneurship|
|11/1/2012||2013 Michigan Ross MBA Admissions Q&A with Jon Fuller|
|9/7/2012||Michigan Ross MBA Student Interview|
|12/9/2011||Michigan Ross Current Student Interview|
|12/9/2011||Michigan Ross Student Interview|
|12/6/2011||2012 Consortium MBA Q&A II with Travis McAllister|
|8/23/2011||2012 Michigan Ross School of Business MBA Admissions Q&A with Soojin Kwon Koh|
|11/3/2010||2011 Michigan Ross MBA with Soojin Kwon Koh|
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