To Apply

Application Instructions

Students can initiate the application process by visiting https://apply.rossprogram.org/ and then completing the forms available there. Applicants who have any technical troubles or other questions about the application process should email ross@rossprogram.org.

A key component of the application process involves submitting solutions to the Application Problems.

Application Deadline

Starting March 1, the Ross Admission Committee will begin accepting students until all spaces have been filled. The final deadline for Ross applications is April 1. However, spaces might be filled early, so it is best to complete your application well before the end of March for adequate consideration.

Applying to Ross/Asia

Although Ross/Asia is run by Renascentia Hall International, applications for Ross/USA and Ross/Asia are handled together: the same application on https://apply.rossprogram.org/ may be used for either or both programs.

Home-Stay Opportunity

We offer an optional cultural exchange program prior to the start of Ross/Asia. Participants from outside China live with host families in China for a week, to learn more about modern Chinese culture. (This involves no additional cost to the student.) All arrangements are handled directly by the company

Financial Information

The fee to attend the 2019 Ross Program in Ohio is $5000, while the fee for Ross/Asia is 35,000 RMB. Those fees cover room, board, and all instructional expenses.

Scholarships

The Ross Program endeavors to provide enough financial support to enable every accepted student to attend. If you have been accepted to the Ross Program and need financial assistance in order to join us, please ask your parent or guardian to contact us at ross@rossprogram.org. We will reply with details on how to apply for scholarship support.

Commitment to Nondiscrimination

The Ross Program does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, ethnic origin, disability, or marital status in its admissions, educational programming, financial aid, employment practices, or other activities.