What The Class of 2012 Made This Year

What MBAs At Leading Business Schools Made This Year

 

School 2012 Median Salary Post-MBA Pay HIke 2011 2010
  1. Stanford GSB $125,000 38.9% $125,000 $120,000
  2. Harvard $120,000 33.3% $120,000 $110,000
  2. UPenn (Wharton) $120,000 33.3% $120,000 $110,000
  4. MIT Sloan $118,500 48.1% $119,000 $110,000
  5. Chicago (Booth) $115,000 53.4% $107,000 $102,000
  6. Northwestern (Kellogg) $115,000 45.6% $110,000 $105,000
  6. Dartmouth (Tuck) $115,000 77.7% $110,000 $105,000
  8. UC-Berkeley (Haas) $115,000 59.7% $111,000 $110,000
  9. Duke (Fuqua) $110,000 83.3% $101,400 $100,000
  9. Michigan (Ross) $110,000 80.3% $103,000 $100,000
  9. Columbia $110,000 37.5% $110,000 $100,000
12. Virginia (Darden) $105,000 59.1% $100,000 $100,000
12. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $105,000 101.9% $100,000 $95,000
14. UCLA (Anderson) $103,500 66.9% $100,000 $100,000
15. USC (Marshall) $100,000 53.8% $96,000 $94,000
16. Cornell (Johnson) $100,000 66.7% $100,000 $96,000
16. Emory (Goizueta) $100,000 100% $100,000 $90,000
16. UNC (Kenan-Flagler) $100,000 122.2% $100,000 $95,000
16. Texas-Austin (McCombs) $100,000 55.0% $100,000 $95,000
16. NYU (Stern) $100,000 48.4% $100,000 $100,000
16. Yale $100,000 60.2% $100,000 $100,000
22. Notre Dame (Mendoza) $99,500 148.8% $93,500 $90,000
23. Indiana (Kelley) $99,500 119.6% $95,000 $90,000
24. Minnesota (Carlson) $97,505 132.2% $95,507 $90,000
25. Rice (Jones) $95,000 97.9% $95,000 $95,000
26. Brigham Young (Marriott) $94,050 80.9% $92,000 $88,550
27. Georgia Tech (Scheller) $94,000 50.0% $90,000 $85,020
28. Texas A&M (Mays) $93,500 60.6% $85,000 $85,000
29. SMU (Cox) $90,000 50.0% $82,400 $81,000
30. Michigan State (Broad) $86,700 268.6% $87,500 $86,200

 

Source: Bloomberg BusinessWeek as reported by schools

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  • Willis

    And because of Obama, Americans can’t trust blacks, Hawaiins, people with Muslim dads, Chicagoans, not democrats.

  • Donald Guilford

    NERDS!!!!

  • Norman

    No, the average salaries at those two schools are around 95000 USD. look at the tail of list here, you find something in 80s!!!!

  • Sali

    if you look careful into most of the published employment reports, you will notice that (and may be for the first time) the average salaries for the international students are HIGHER than domestic students. Yes, the economy might be turning but the obvious thing is that corporations hire and pay good for the international positions.

  • Did you go to illinois? Many of the top engineering schools (MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, Michigan, GaTech, USC, Carnegie Mellon et al) also have pretty good to fantastic business schools by design. I get your point though. Also, realize that pedigree leads to better opportunities that pay better, which explains why the typical H/S student may already $30k-$40 ahead of an incoming student to Carlson. This doesn’t make them better, its just a fact. People by into pedigree. Merit only exists in a vacuum.