The Hiatt Career Center's annual survey provides insight into the employment and continuing education status of Brandeis University graduates within six months of graduation. These reports constitute the only centralized employment data collection for Brandeis and are used by current students, employers, colleges/schools, departments, and other stakeholders. Below is a snapshot of the outcomes for the Class of 2017. Learn more about where Brandeis graduates work, study and live.
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Class of 2017 Career Outcomes
Ninety-seven percent of the Brandeis Class of 2017 is employed, attending graduate school, or engaged in other meaningful activities within six months of graduation.
Class of 2017 Employment by Industry
Offering a wide range of perspectives, academic interests and experience, Brandeis graduates excel in various sectors and industries. Below are the top 10 industries for the Class of 2017. Learn more about where Brandeis graduates work, study and live.
Select Employers for the Class of 2017
Brandeis graduates from the Class of 2017 are employed full-time by premier employers including:
Class of 2017 Employment by Location
Brandeis graduates from the Class of 2017 are pursuing careers in 20+ states and 17+ countries.
Select Graduate Schools for the Class of 2017
Brandeis graduates from the Class of 2017 are admitted to top graduate and professional programs worldwide including:
The Class of 2017 Gives Back
Brandeis graduates are eager to share their real-world experiences with current students. They've set the tone for early alumni volunteerism and engagement by signing up to attend networking events, share open jobs and internships at their organizations, and respond to students' requests for career advice through the Wisdom Wanted program. Learn more about alumni volunteer opportunities.
About the Survey
The Class of 2017 includes Brandeisians who graduated in December 2016, May 2017 and August 2017. Class of 2017 results are based on a 81% response rate, within 6 months of graduation. All reported data are confirmed by the student, employer or graduate school. "Seeking" overrides all other primary destination activities, including employment. Learn more about where Brandeis graduates work, study and live.