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We Crunched the Numbers: Michigan Ross Grads Get Great Jobs


The end of another academic year approaches for Michigan Ross, and with it comes an opportunity to look at the accomplishments, outcomes, and impressive impact of our community.

And for the career outcomes of our graduates, the takeaway is clear: Ross grads get impressive jobs. And as you dive into the numbers, it’s no wonder - the support and number of resources available for Ross students as they look for careers are as incredible as the results.

Top Hiring Companies for Ross graduates across programs include:
Amazon, McKinsey & Co., JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, The Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, KPMG, General Mills, Microsoft, Medtronic, and more. See complete list.

We broke down some more of the incredible results below:

Full-Time MBA Program*

97.4% of graduates
had a job offer within three months of graduation.

20% of the Ross MBA Class of 2015 went into a tech related field - tech hiring was led by Amazon (34 full-time hires), Microsoft (10 full-time hires)t, and Google (5 full-time hires). Learn more [pdf]

Ross MBA grads in 2015 received an average starting salary of $118,274, with an average signing bonus of $27,905.

Learn more

Bachelor of Business Administration

Ross BBA grads in 2015 received a median starting salary of $70,000, with an average signing bonus of $10,000.

2,839 interviews with BBA students were conducted by recruiters in 2015.

Learn more about careers for Ross BBA grads

Master of Accounting

93% of graduates
had a job placement by graduation.

Nine Ross MAcc grads have been honored with the prestigious Elijah Watt Sells Award for excellence on the CPA exam since 2012.

Learn more about this incredible accomplishment

Master of Supply Chain Management

100% of graduates 
have received a full-time job offer within three months of graduation since 2011.

On average, Ross MSCM graduates have doubled their pre-degree salaries.

Learn more about careers for MSCM graduates

Master of Management

93% of MM graduates
had a job offer within three months of graduation.

Approximately 60 hours of hands-on, intensive career workshops prepare students by improving their resume, cover letters, networking skills, self-reflection, and more.

*Numbers from the 2015 Michigan Ross MBA Employment Report, which conforms to the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance Standards for Reporting MBA Employment Statistics

t EDIT (7.5.16): Updated to correct number of MBAs who accepted full-time offers at Microsoft. It was 10 for the class of 2015.