Full-Time

Full-Time

Career Reporting Overview

This information is as of September 30, 2014 and is collected and reported according to MBA CSEA Standards.

# %
Class of 2014 Students 815  
Students Seeking Full Time Employment 610 74.8%
Seeking Students Reporting Full Time Job Offers 599 98.2%
Seeking Students Reporting Full Time Job Acceptances 586 96.1%
Students Not Seeking Employment 150 18.4%
Company Sponsored/Returning to Company 53
Self-Employed/Starting Own Business 55
Continuing Education 7
Postponed Job Search 7
Personal/Other Reasons 3
Students Not Responding to Survey 55 6.7%

Total student population for this report includes those graduating between June 1, 2013 and May 31, 2014.

Compensation Summary

Compensation Item # Reporting % Compensation Range (US $) Compensation Median (US $)
Annual Base Salary 541 100% 52,000-300,000 125,000
Sign-On Bonus 353 65% 2,000-80,000 25,000
Guaranteed Year-End Bonus 81 15% 5,000-350,000 27,000
Relocation Expenses 273 50% 1,000 - 40,000 10,000
Tuition Reimbursement 27 5% 10,000-150,000 60,000

When listed, guaranteed compensation is per month, and does not include discretionary bonuses or other forms of compensation. In accordance with MBA CSEA Standards, compensation is not listed for categories reported by less than 1% of students seeking employment.

Class Profile

Applications 6,409
Enrolled Class 837
Female 42%
International Students 37%
US Students of Color* 28%
Median Work Experience 5
% of class with 3 or fewer years 19%
GMAT Range 560-790
Median GMAT 720
Countries Represented 71
Undergrad Major
Humanities/Social Science 44%
Engineering/Math/Science 24%
Business 27%
Other 5%
Previous Industry Experience**
PE/VC 13%
Consulting 20%
Government/Military/Non-Profit 11%
Other Financial Services 10%
Consumer Products/Health Care/Bio Tech/Retail 12%
Investment Banking 11%
Tech/Internet/E-Commerce 5%

* Students of African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, Native American/Alaska Native descent and Multiethnic backgrounds.
** Note: Based on predominant experience pre-Wharton.