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The McIntire School’s latest Destinations Report is now available online. The annual report spotlights the exceptional job placement and internship rates of McIntire students, and features an overview of the School’s outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs.
"The McIntire School is proud to be recognized as a target school for many companies,” says Associate Dean of Career Services & Employer Relations Tom Fitch. “Our cutting-edge, real-world curriculum prepares McIntire graduates to serve as the next generation of global business leaders and allows them to immediately add value to the workforce, while our employer outreach and corporate involvement in the classroom foster robust alliances with students that yield strong employment retention. We are incredibly grateful for our corporate partnerships and look forward to another year of growth and success."
2016–2018 Destinations Highlights
On-Grounds recruiting activity remained strong, with more than 300 organizations recruiting McIntire students at the University in 2016-2017:
- Ninety-six percent of the undergraduate Class of 2017 indicated they had accepted a position (91 percent), were enrolling in graduate school (4 percent), or were not in the job market (1 percent).
- The average annual base salary for the undergraduate Class of 2017 is $72,297; the median annual base salary is $75,000.
- Ninety-two percent of the undergraduate Class of 2017 indicated they had an internship during the summer before their fourth year at McIntire.
- Ninety-two percent of the undergraduate Class of 2018 indicated they had an internship during the summer before their fourth year at McIntire.
- Ninety-seven percent of the M.S. in Commerce Class of 2016 reported being employed or pursuing further graduate studies. The average annual base salary is $65,225; the median annual base salary is $65,000.
- Ninety-five percent of the Class of 2017 M.S. in Accounting graduates reported being employed. The average base salary is $59,576; the median annual base salary is $58,500.
- At graduation, 98 percent of the M.S. in MIT Class of 2017 reported being employed.
- As of Oct. 15, 2017, more than 76 percent of the inaugural M.S. in Global Commerce Class of 2017 reported they had received offers of employment, and 3 percent planned to pursue further graduate studies (preliminary data).