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MSF Employment Statistics

The BC MSF program provide excellent preparation for an unpredictable economic landscape. BC MSF students typically go on to jobs in corporate finance, asset management, and investment banking. Our Career Development team works closely with candidates on the job search, and Boston College’s loyal network of influential alumni provides connections and contacts that will help you succeed.

 

MSF EMPLOYMENT DATA, CLASSES 2013-2015

 

U.S. WORK AUTHORIZED STUDENTS

Class of
Students Seeking Employment
% Accepting Offers Three Months After Graduation
Average Total Compensation
2015 13 69% $73,857
2014 11 55% $69,375
2013 10 50% $88,750

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Class of Students Seeking Employment
% Accepting Offers Three Months After Graduation Average Total Compensation
2015 31 16% $68,333
2014 27 19% $61,667
2013 20 10% none reported*

* Students accepting job offers declined to disclose compensation information.
The term "International" indicates students requiring visa sponsorship to work in the U.S. Data includes students who were placed inside and outside the U.S.

 

REPRESENTATIVE LIST OF HIRING COMPANIES

Analysis Group
Gilmore Consulting Services
Berkeley Research Group NASDAQ OMX Group
Castellan Real Estate Partners
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Citizens Financial Group
Progress Partners
Deloitte Seamans Capital Management
Duff & Phelps State Street Corporation
Ernst & Young TD Bank
Fidelity Capital Markets UBS

 

IMPORTANT MESSAGE:

Due to current economic conditions and government regulations, international MSF students are encouraged to seek employment in the countries where they have legal authorization to work on a long term basis. For more information, please read the Memo to all International Graduate Students.

 

 

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