What MBA Summer Interns Are Paid

MBA Intern Pay At 25 Leading U.S. Business Schools

 

School 2010 Weekly Intern Pay 2009 Weekly 

Intern Pay

Difference
Columbia $2,000 $1,937 3.2%
Chicago (Booth) $1,944 $1,790 8.6%
New York (Stern) $1,923 $1,788 7.6%
Northwestern (Kellogg) $1,875 $1,667 12.5%
Pennsylvania (Wharton) $1,846 $1,777 3.9%
Harvard Business School $1,732 $1,599 8.3%
Virginia (Darden) $1,706 $1,563 9.1%
Dartmouth (Tuck) $1,704 $1,641 3.8%
MIT (Sloan) $1,700 $1,625 4.6%
Berkeley (Haas) $1,617 $1,478 9.4%
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $1,617 $1,430 13.1%
Cornell (Johnson) $1,615 $1,385 16.6%
Michigan (Ross) $1,600 $1,403 14.0%
Emory (Goizueta) $1,600 $1,550 3.2%
Indiana (Kelley) $1,580 $1,400 12.9%
Duke (Fuqua) $1,577 $1,403 12.4%
Stanford $1,501 $1,625 -7.6%
Texas-Austin (McCombs) $1,501 $1,385 8.4%
Yale $1,500 $1,550 -3.2%
UCLA (Anderson) $1,500 $1,331 12.7%
UNC (Kenan-Flagler) $1,500 $1,500
Georgetown (McDonough) $1,455 $1,273 14.3%
Wisconsin-Madison $1,391 $1,292 7.6%
Notre Dame (Mendoza) $1,343 $1,189 12.9%
Vanderbilt (Owen) $1,333 $1,350 -1.3%

Source: Business schools reporting to Bloomberg BusinessWeek with supplemental employment reports from schools. Weekly pay is expressed as median compensation.

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