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Career Strategies Center Outcomes Report for 2016

2016 Career Data

Students at Brandeis International Business School (IBS) leave prepared to succeed across industries and borders. They move forward in their careers with a firm grasp of cultural nuance and subtlety, an understanding of the interplay of economic and political forces, and an eagerness to make an impact across global markets. 

In 2016, our graduates landed positions in high-demand fields and industries. Of those reporting, 93% joined companies and organizations within the United States, while 7% accepted international positions. In 2017, students in all programs had a 100% graduation rate; that is, all students expected to complete the program in that year did so successfully. 

In addition to the information below, you may view ways in which we prepare our students for career success here

Employment and Salary Information — Class of 2016  

Program Employment Rate* Salary Ranging To Average Salary
MA 85% $90,000 $59,878
MBA 95% $150,000 $82,625
MSF 83% N/A** N/A**
BA/MA 88% $80,000 $65,591

*within reporting timeframe
salary data not collected for this program

Industry Distribution  

Graduates of our master's degree programs obtained full-time employment opportunities across the following industries:

Industry Percentage*
Financial Services 46%
Consulting 18%
Technology 9%
Consumer Products 4%
Other 23%

*indicates percentage of jobs reported


Across all programs, 100% of first-year students actively pursuing an internship obtained one. 100% of internship supervisors said they would hire another Brandeis IBS student in the future.  

Internships included placements atHillside Advisors, Keller Williams Realty, Boston Digital Ventures, Traub Capital Management, KPMG, Shire Pharmaceuticals, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, CTBC, Shasta Partners, LG Solar Division, Tommy Hilfiger, Infor, Santander, Samsung Economics Research Institute, United Nations, Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Amazon.