Firms That Hire The Most MBA Interns

Where Finance Firms Get Their MBA Interns

After consulting, the big financial service companies and banks have shown a nearly insatiable appetite for MBA intern talent. This past summer, J.P. Morgan led all finance firms in the total number of intern hires with 103 from 12 schools, closely followed by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, which took 93 MBA students from a dozen schools. Goldman hired 90 MBA students from 10 schools; Citigroup, 83 from 11 schools, including 21 from Columbia Business School alone; Credit Suisse, 67 from five schools; Morgan Stanley, 54, from five schools; Deutsche Bank, 52, from six schools; and Barclays, 50, from eight schools.

Company Wharton Kellogg Columbia Booth MIT Duke Tuck Ross Haas
Goldman 24 19 12 5 9 4
Barclays 5 10 6 4 4 7
JP Morgan 14 6 21 16 6 4
Citigroup 9 11 7 7 11
Morgan Stanley 14 15 16 4
BofA 7 6 11 17 9
Credit Suisse 16 20 19 7
Deutsche Bank 13 12 11 5
Amex 10 11 4
UBS 6 8 2
Nomura 6
PIMCO 10
Wells Fargo 5

 

Company Darden Cornell UCLA CM Texas UNC Emory Indiana USC
Goldman 4 7 4 2
Barclays 7 7
JP Morgan 9 11 5 6 3 2
Citigroup 8 21 5 4
Morgan Stanley 5
BofA 6 5 5 9 11 3 4
Credit Suisse 5
Deutsche Bank 5 6
Amex 4 5
UBS 5 4 4 3
Nomura 4
PIMCO
BNP Paribas 4
Trust Co. of West 4
Wells Fargo
East West Bank 5

Source: Business school employment reports

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