Brandeis International Business School

Career Paths and Job Search Support in International Economics and Finance

Graduates of our BA/MA program leave with a career advantage beyond that of a bachelor’s degree. Completing a master’s degree in both international economics and finance makes students more valuable in the job market and equips them to tackle critical issues within countries and companies around the world.

Career data is also available for the MA and Accelerated MA programs.

The following information reflects the graduating class of 2021.

Internship and Employment Data for our Recent BA/MA Graduates


of 2021 graduates completed an internship or field project. 63% completed both.


of seeking students completed an internship or field project in the U.S.


Average U.S. salary and bonus, with salaries ranging up to $120,000 based on industry and experience.


of job seekers secured employment within six months of graduation. Of positions secured, 100% were in the U.S.

Employment Placement Data for Recent BA/MA Graduates

Company logos including EY, Accenture, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, IHS Markit, Rockland Trust Bank, Thrasio, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, PwC

BA/MA Alumni Spotlights

Peter Wein

Peter Wein

Mather Economics

BA/MA’15 | United States

Marshall Santoso

Marshall Santoso

Boston Consulting Group

BA/MA’13 | Philippines

Yuki Hasegawa

Yuki Hasegawa

Goldman Sachs

BA/MA’10 | Japan

Johanna Silverio

Johanna Silverio

Urban Initiatives

BA/MA’08 | United States

BA/MA Career Resources

A central focus of our MA program is career excellence. Our Career Strategies Center supports students in helping them identify, secure and succeed in dynamic global positions in economic and financial organizations.