NEW - Michigan Ross BBA Employment Report Shows 98 Percent of Graduates Offered Job Within Three Months of Graduation
The University of Michigan Ross School of Business released its 2018 BBA Employment Report this week, highlighting impressive career placement data, a diverse set of top hiring companies, and strong median base salaries for the most recent graduating class.
The report, which you can explore here, showed that 98 percent of the BBA graduating class of 2018 had a job offer within three months of graduation, continuing a strong track record of placements for graduates of the Ross BBA program.
The median base salary earned by recent graduates came in at $72,000 per year.
More than 180 companies hired Ross BBA grads from the Class of 2018. And some of the world's biggest and most desirable employers were among those hiring the most Ross graduates.
Ross BBA graduates find career opportunities in a wide array of industries and organizations, including: PwC, JP Morgan, EY, Goldman Sachs, Citi, Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, Boston Consulting Group, Oracle, L’Oreal, Teach for America, and Cardinal Health.
Those jobs were, quite literally, all across the country with 95 percent of the Class of 2018 accepting jobs on the east coast, west coast, or in Chicago.
The new report also looks at placement data for the summer internships held by the Class of 2019, and it’s more good news for Ross BBA students: More than 210 companies hired BBA interns in 2018, and the annualized salary they received this past summer was $59,300 — an increase from the $53,700 earned by BBA interns the previous summer.
From financial and wealth management to brand strategy with consumer packaged goods companies, we asked BBA students who worked in some of the coolest internships around the country this summer to tell us about their experience, what they worked on, and how future students can follow in their footsteps. You can read their experiences here.