McKinsey Doubles MBA Hires At Duke

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by John A. Byrne on

Consulting Firm Hires Of 2011 MBAS From Top B-Schools

Company Wharton Booth Columbia Kellogg Tuck Duke Ross Haas Darden MIT
McKinsey & Co. 38 39 39 53 14 15 19 16 7 27
BCG 29 19 9 38 10 14 13 4 6 16
Bain & Co. 18 18 12 37 7 8 3 7 12
Deloitte Consulting 8 23 35 20 12 6
Accenture 7 11 7 12 7
Booz & Co. 16 8 9 4
A. T. Kearney 8 6 5 6
L.E.K. Consulting 6 3 5 3
PriceWaterhouse 12 6 8
Parthenon Group 4
Cambridge 3

 

Source: Business schools reporting to Bloomberg BusinessWeek on the largest employers of their recent graduating classes. Most of these companies recruit at many of the top schools but may not have hired enough MBAs to be among the top employers. As a result, a blank space in the table means that data is not currently available on their hires from the school because they fall below the top ten hirers on that campus. As the schools release their full employment reports, we’ll update this article and table.

(See next page for table of the top financial service firms and where they hired the most MBAs in 2011).

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  • Tim

    Neither Yale nor Duke are finance focused, but if you were able to get into those schools I think you would also have a shot at Columbia or NYU, which are definitely more finance based schools and is better for Ibanking.

  • JohnAByrne

    Not so. I’m a former New Yorker who loves the Stern School. And I don’t have an MBA degree. But thanks very much for forgiving me!

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