At the Carroll School, we take career development personally: Our dedicated graduate career counselors offer tailored support, working with each student to establish individual career goals and providing assistance throughout the job search and salary negotiation processes.
We offer year-round programs and services, including focused advising, career strategy workshops, and employer recruiting events. Our students can also leverage a range of online resources, from industry webinars to guides on perfecting resumes and mastering interviewing skills. Even after they’ve graduated, students continue to enjoy career services for alumni.
The Boston College MBA program is not only about learning and developing transformative professional skills, but also about exploring and finding that next career challenge. Our curriculum provides excellent preparation for a dynamic business environment while the Career Development office supports your learning on how your skills and experience might apply to industry. The goal is to support the job search efforts through programs and events as well as personalized advising.
Average Total Compensation*
*Includes data reported up to October 7, 2019, for all members of the class of 2019 that were seeking full-time employment.
|Class of||Internship Placement
||96% (Summer 2019)
|2019||100% (Summer 2018)|
The BC MSF program provides 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.
BC MSA students typically go on to jobs in tax, audit, and accounting at public accounting firms. Not only does the BC MSA curriculum provide excellent preparation for an exceptional career, our Career Development team works closely with candidates to prepare for the job search. Boston College’s loyal network of influential alumni provides connections and contacts that will help you succeed.
Job Acceptance Three Months Post-Graduation
(U.S. Work Authorized Students)*
*Includes data collected for members of the class of 2019 seeking full-time employment.
Due to current economic conditions and present government regulations, finding permanent employment in the United States has in recent years become challenging for international students. In light of these circumstances, the Career Development Office recommends that international students conduct a global career search by looking for jobs in the U.S., as well as in countries where they have long-term work authorization.
The Career Development Office will provide support to international students by identifying job search sources, connecting with Boston College alumni whenever possible, and developing strategies for connecting with U.S. companies that may have offices in students’ home countries. In addition, our team will assist in the preparation of students’ marketing materials as well as in interview preparation.
International students can avail of all Career Development educational programs, both internal and those conducted by employers. Plus, students are provided access to a range of networking tools, job boards, and recruitment platforms targeted to international job seekers.