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CLASS PROFILE1Number of Candidates99US Citizens13%International87%Women42%GMAT Score Range680-760Average Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0)3.7Average Full-Time Work Experience17.4 months1Class profile, as of matriculation, February and June 2018 graduates.Effective January 2019, including this report: classes are reported using graduation date rather than matriculationdate, in accordance with MBA CSEA standards.CLASS OF 2018 EMPLOYMENT PROFILE2NUMBER%9191.9Full-Time Employment8585.8Post-Graduation Internship66.188.1Sponsored & Returning to Company55.1Starting a Business33.099100Seeking EmploymentNot Seeking EmploymentTotal2Employment data based on students graduating in February and June 2018.OFFER & ACCEPTANCE RATES3as of December 8, tances95.6%61.5%34.1%3Rates based on students seeking or accepting full-time employment and post-graduate internships.BASE SALARY BY CITIZENSHIP4MEDIANLOWHIGHUS Citizens & Permanent Residents 95,000 70,000 170,000International 85,000 15,000 152,5004Data based on students reporting compensation for accepted, full-time employment.Page 2 MIT SLOAN MASTER OF FINANCE EMPLOYMENT REPORT 2018
FUNCTIONAL AREA%FINANCE66.724.4Asset Management24.4Investment Banking15.4Transactions (M&A/Securities Issuance/Advisory)9.0Analyst / Research7.7Sales & Trading5.1Venture Capitalist2.6Other Finance12.5Asset Management29.5Investment BankingCONSULTINGManagement/Strategy Consulting20.5Financial Services/Economic Consulting9.0OTHER BUSINESS FUNCTIONS1TOP FINANCE FUNCTIONS3.8Other Finance includes FinTech and Private Client Services.INDUSTRY%FINANCE66.3Investment Banking25.0Asset Management23.8Diversified Financial Services13.823.8Other FinanceCONSULTING15.49.07.75.1TransactionsAnalyst / ResearchSales & TradingTOP FINANCE INDUSTRIES25.023.813.825.03.88.83OTHER2Other Finance includes FinTech and Private Equity.Other includes Technology, Consumer Products, Education, Real Estate and Media/Entertainment.3Investment BankingAsset ManagementDiversified Financial ServicesOther FinanceJOB ACCEPTANCES BY GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONNorth America23.8%Asia65.0%10.0%EuropeSouth America58%Accepted Full Time Offers wereSchool-FacilitatedSchool-Facilitated includes On-Campus Interviews, Club Events,Resume Database, Job Postings, Alumni & Faculty Referrals1.3%MIT SLOAN MASTER OF FINANCE EMPLOYMENT REPORT 2018 Page 3
TOP FINANCE FUNCTIONSINTERNSHIP EMPLOYMENT PROFILE1NUMBER%Seeking Internship4695.8Not Seeking Internship (Sponsored)24.2Total48100137.021.7Employment data based on students whose degree is conferred in February 2019.Full-time employment data will be reported in the 2019 Employment Report.10.96.5INTERNSHIP OFFER &ACCEPTANCE RATESas of September 30, 2018TOTALUSAnalyst / Research2InternationalAsset ManagementOffers100%73.9%26.1%Investment BankingAcceptances100%73.9%26.1%Sales & Trading2Analyst / Research includes QuantitativeAnalysisTOP FINANCE INDUSTRIESMONTHLY SALARY OVERVIEWMedian Monthly Salary 6,200Range of Monthly Salary37.0 500 - 10,417100%32.610.9of students conductedinternships4.4Investment BankingAsset ManagementDiversified Financial ServicesAnalyticsINTERNSHIP ACCEPTANCES BY GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION23.9%North AmericaAsia73.9%Europe2.2%77%Accepted Internship Offers wereSchool-FacilitatedSchool-Facilitated includes On-Campus Interviews, Club Events,Resume Database, Job Postings, Alumni & Faculty ReferralsPage 4 MIT SLOAN MASTER OF FINANCE EMPLOYMENT REPORT 2018
3G Capital55 Institutional PartnersAcadian Asset ManagementActivist Venture CapitalAlphadyne AssetManagementAltman Vilandrie &Company*Analysis GroupAntarctica CapitalAnvil AdvisorsAQR Capital ManagementArnold GroupBain & Company*Balyasny AssetManagementBarclaysBlackRock*BNP ParibasBoston Consulting Group*Capula InvestmentManagementCBOECEPRESChina Asset ManagementChina CITIC BankInternationalChina Southern AssetManagementCiti*CoinFundCornerstone ResearchCorporacion BrecaCowenCredit SuisseDeloitte Consulting*Deutsche BankDuke Kunshan UniversityE Fund ManagementCompanyEMSO Asset ManagementErnst & YoungEvercore PartnersFCLT GlobalFederal Reserve Bank ofNew YorkGoldman SachsHarvard UniversityHoffman AlvaryHSBCIMC Financial MarketsJD.comJ.P. MorganJ.P. Morgan Asia Pacific*LazardMassMutual Financial GroupMcKinsey & Company*MIT Golub Center forFinance & Policy*Morgan StanleyMorgan Stanley AsiaLimited*NasdaqNew Holland CapitalOppenheimerOriens InvestmentManagementPanAgora AssetManagementPeninsulaPingAnProcter & GamblePTTQuantbot TechnologiesQuantititave ManagementAssociatesQvartzResearch AffiliatesRoland BergerSAFE Investment CompanyState StreetStepStone GroupStout Risius RossStrike ProtocolsSusquehanna InternationalGroupT. Rowe PriceTencent HoldingsUber TechnologiesUniversity of Chicago BoothSchool of BusinessWalt DisneyWave PartnersWisdomTree AssetManagementZhongshan SecuritiesBolded companies hired at least two Master of Finance students in 2018 for full-time and/or internship positions.* Companies who have hired Master of Finance graduates for each of the last three years.Master of Finance Program OfficeCareer Development OfficeSusan BrennanAssistant Deansusanbre@mit.edu1-617-253-3946Heidi PickettAssistant Deanhpickett@mit.edu1-617-324-8121Accuracy in Reporting Employment StatisticsThe MIT Sloan School of Management adheres to the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance (MBA CSEA)Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics (mbacsea.org). Conformance to this business school industry standard ensuresaccurate and comparable employment data.Nondiscrimination Policy: Commitment to Equal OpportunityThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education andemployment. The Institute prohibits discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,pregnancy, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educationalpolicies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other Institute administered programs and activities; the Institute may, however, favor US citizens or residents inadmissions and financial aid.*The Vice President for Human Resources is designated as the Institute’s Equal Opportunity Officer. Inquiries concerning the Institute’spolicies, compliance with applicable laws, statutes, and regulations, and complaints may be directed toLorraine Goffe, Vice President for Human Resources, Room NE49-5000, 617-253-6512. In addition, inquiries about Title IX (which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex) may be directed to the Institute’s Title IX coordinator, Sarah Rankin, Room W31-223, 617-3247526, titleIX@mit.edu. Inquiries about the laws and about compliance may also be directed to the US Department of Education, Officefor Civil Rights, Region I, 5 Post Office Square, 8th Floor, Boston, MA 02109-3921, 617-289-0111, OCR.Boston@ed.gov.*The ROTC programs at MIT are operated under Department of Defense (DoD) policies and regulations, and do not comply fully with MIT’s policy of nondiscrimination withregard to gender identity. MIT continues to advocate for a change in DoD policies and regulations concerning gender identity, and is committed to providing alternative financialassistance under a needs-based assessment to any MIT student who loses ROTC financial aid because of these DoD policies and regulations.MIT SLOAN MASTER OF FINANCE EMPLOYMENT REPORT 2018 Page 5
Bolded companies hired at least two Master of Finance students in 2018 for full-time and/or internship positions. * Companies who have hired Master of Finance graduates for each of the last three years. Career Development Office Master of Finance Program Office Susan Brennan Assistant Dean firstname.lastname@example.org 1-617-253-3946 Heidi Pickett Assistant .
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