When it comes to career advancement, MBA graduates of the Carroll School have several distinct advantages.
Not only does the MBA curriculum provide excellent preparation for a changing business environment, our Career Strategies office offers a wide range of programs and events to help students prepare for a successful job search, and our loyal network of influential alumni provides the connections and contact you need to succeed.
Boston College MBAs are working all over the world, in every aspect of business. Below is a complete overview.
Full-Time MBA Program Employment Data (Class of 2013)
MBA Class of 2014 Summer Internship Acceptance:
MBA Class of 2013 Acceptance Data:
|Average Total Compensation:||$96,986|
|Mean Signing Bonus:||$19,226|
|Salary Range:||$46,500 - $130,000|
84% of students seeking employment accepted an offer within three months of graduation.
89% of students seeking employment accepted an offer by September 30.
Our graduates have found employment in cities such as: Boston, Chicago, Houston, Miami, New York, Portland (OR), San Francisco, and Seattle.
Employment BY Job FUNCTION
Employment BY Job INDUSTRY
Average Salary by Job Function (2010-2012)
Average Salary by Industry (2010-2012)
Representative List of Hiring Companies (2011-2013)
Top 10 On-Campus Recruiters (2013)
Class of 2013 data available as of 10/15/2013
After earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting, Daniel Jones went to work as an auditor. “It was a good learning experience,” he says. “But then I started thinking about how to invest my money, and I realized I was more interested in investments and finance than in auditing.”
The national economy might still look shaky, but MBA graduates of the Carroll School are doing just fine in the job market.
May 16, 2013
Nicolás Bence came to the Carroll School’s MBA program from Argentina after five years in marketing and sales at ExxonMobil and a brief experience in consulting. Todd Labbe grew up in Connecticut and worked in mergers and acquisitions for EMC Corporation, an IT company, before returning to Boston College, his alma mater, for a dual MBA/MSF degree.
March 7, 2012
When Kristen Johnson graduated from Princeton University with a degree in international affairs, she went directly into the world of consulting. For five years, she worked with Fortune 500 companies to build effective institutional websites and other technology solutions.