Broad MBA students have varied professional backgrounds and career aspirations. Whatever your goal, the Broad MBA experience offers you a unique, multidimensional, and career-spanning payoff.
Corporate employers place a high value on our MBAs for their:
Our MBA Career Services Center consistently ranks among the nation’s top five. We offer abundant opportunities for corporate employers to meet and recruit you, while preparing you to perform optimally when you meet recruiters.
You’ll have opportunities to participate in an MBA career exploration conference, career workshops, on-campus recruiting, and corporate presentations.
Our Career Services staff offers career advising and consulting and is skilled at helping you create a personalized job strategy tailored to your career interests and aspirations.
We offer individual attention to help you master:
Our MBAs choose employment with companies based around the U.S. and the world in such industries as:
Many variables affect new MBA salaries, including quality and length of previous employment, advanced expertise, U.S. expatriate experience, and prior work in the industry or function.
Class of 2012*:
Percent w/FT Jobs – 89%
Average salary – $86,508
Average signing bonus – $12,783
SCM average salary – $91,410
HR average salary – $80,384
Finance average salary – $87,044
Marketing average salary – $79,000
Class of 2013:
Percent w/Internships – 100%
Average intern salary – $5,700
*data as of September 25, 2012
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Our Career Services Center focuses on more than just getting you an internship or postgraduate job. We help you acquire the career-planning and job-search skills you will need for a lifetime of professional success, mobility, and career satisfaction.
From the summer before you enter our program until well after graduation, we work with you to:
As a Broad MBA student, you will complete an internship between your first and second year in the program to gain familiarity with a particular industry or employer where you will:
The internship experience exposes you firsthand to daily operations and issues of a company and enables you to explore what segment of an industry is right for you.
Valuable networking opportunities often lead to our MBAs accepting full-time jobs with the company with whom they did their internship.
Broad is home to some of the best and brightest international students. When hired, they add significant value to their employer.
If you’re an international MBA student, you will learn what you need to know about the current state of work visas and policies and regulations for obtaining a job in the United States during a workshop hosted by Broad and led by immigration attorneys.
Many of our international MBAs land the postgraduate job of their dreams, with a majority of them remaining in the United States in various industries and geographic locations.