of graduates work in finance.
median base salary.
of finance hires went into investment banking.
2022 Detailed Compensation Information–Finance
|Function||base salary MEAN||base salary MEDIAN||base salary RANGE||Signing Bonus MEDIAN|
|Private Equity/Venture Capital||$155,000||$150,000||$120,000-$200,000||$10,000|
From the classroom to Wall Street, the Ross MBA experience is designed to help you stand out as you recruit for the most desirable jobs in finance.
Add a Finance Specialization to Your MBA
The Fast Track in Finance program prepares you to succeed in careers requiring analytical thinking and financial acumen. Depending on your background and performance on assessments designed by Ross, you will progress through relevant courses quickly to enable you to successfully compete for internships requiring these skills.
As part of the Michigan Ross core curriculum, you’ll fully dedicate yourself to working with an organization on solving a real business problem right before your summer internship. Take a look at recent MAP projects in finance.
Learn from some of the best professors around in courses covering everything from valuation to financial decision making.
Explore Opportunities in Fintech
Gain the skills finance organizations need — now and in the future — through the Michigan Ross FinTech Initiative. Learn more about the dynamic field of fintech through courses, faculty-led research, student clubs, and cross-disciplinary projects.
Your immersion in finance doesn’t stop with focused academics. Outside the classroom, you’ll have the opportunity to add a rich finance perspective to your extracurricular activities as well.
Finance Club provides members interested in finance or finance-related careers the resources, tools, and guidance needed to successfully reach their professional goals.
Whether you're interested in a career in investment management or simply wish to manage your personal portfolio better, this club offers students opportunities to learn about and participate in financial markets.
Michigan Ross offers more student-run funds than any other MBA program. This is the place to be for hands-on experience investing, managing, and growing a real investment portfolio.
During Professional Development Week, students interested in finance travel to New York City to meet with firms and network with potential employers. This past year students visited Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Citi, JP Morgan, TD Bank, MBO, Credit Suisse, MorganStanley, RBC, Barclays, and Bank of America.
Two second-year MBA students share their experience recruiting in finance, while breaking down what it means to recruit corporate finance vs. investment banking vs. wealth management.
In this episode of the Ross MBA podcast Business Beyond Usual, students have an informal chat about their various experiences (or inexperiences) studying finance and recruiting for finance jobs. Listen and subscribe for an unfiltered look at what the experience is really like, from their perspective.
Our Career Development Office will be with you every step of the way to help you find and land a job you love in finance.
With more peer coaches than any other business school, at Ross you’re sure to find a student with experience and insight into the industry you’re interested in. Why not reach out and connect?
These small, career-specific teams come together weekly to offer information, guidance, and support as you prepare for internship recruiting. FACT groups (Functional Accountability Career Teams) are facilitated by second-year MBA peer coaches.
FACT Group Spotlight: Investment Banking
Recruiting for investment banking positions is a little different than recruiting for other careers during your MBA. This FACT Group will help you navigate the process, keep you on track to meet your goals, and bring you closer to your classmates.