Highest & Lowest Paid MBAs of 2013

Lowest Reported Base Salaries By Top Business Schools In 2013

 

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Michigan (Ross) $15,000 (Base salary) Services
INSEAD $21,900 (Base salary) ** Media & Entertainment
Duke (Fuqua) $24,000 (Base salary) Social Enterprise
Northwestern (Kellogg) $24,000 (Base salary) Consulting
Pennsylvania (Wharton) $30,000 (Base salary) Unknown
Georgetown (McDonough) $30,000 (Base salary) Finance
London Business School $31,870 (Base salary) Corporate Sector
UCLA (Anderson) $33,000 (Base salary) Software
Indiana (Kelley) $34,000 (Base salary) Pharma/Biotech
Stanford Graduate School of Business $40,000 (Base salary) Consumer Products/Services
Chicago (Booth) $44,400 (Base salary) Consulting
Harvard Business School $48,750 (Base salary) * Private Equity
NYU (Stern) $50,000 (Base salary) Marketing
Dartmouth (Tuck) $56,000 (Base salary) Investment Banking
Virginia (Darden) $60,000 (Base salary) General Management
Emory (Goizueta) $63,000 (Base salary) Hospitality
MIT (Sloan) $65,000 (Base salary) Investment Management
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $65,000 (Base salary) Energy Startup

Source: Business school employment reports for 2013.  Note: * Conservative estimate based on HBS only disclosing top 75th percentile of base. ** INSEAD data for 2012 due to December graduation date.

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