“The Career Management Center was there to give me pep talks and advise me on companies and alums I should contact,” he says. “Without their help, I would never have known to reach out to an alum at EY and never would have started building the relationship with the firm. They told me I would be a great candidate for EY and gave me two names to contact. After that, the rest is history.” - Brian Hawkins (MBA'19)Discover our career management center support >
The Vanderbilt MBA program has consistently shown strong employment outcomes year after year. Statistics for the classes of 2019 and 2020 are below.
Our full 2020 Vanderbilt MBA Employment Report includes full-time employment data for the Class of 2019 and internship data for the Class of 2020. For employment data for previous classes of MBA students, please view our Vanderbilt Employment Reports for 2019, 2018, 2017, and 2016.
Learn more about where the Class of 2021 interned, check out this interactive map.
|Class of 2021- Internship Offers||100%|
|Class of 2020- Full-time Offers (90 days after graduation)||96%|
CLASS OF 2020 EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS
|Average Salary Data|
|Top Hiring Companies- Number of Graduates Hired|
|Ernst & Young (EY)||7|
|Top Metros- Number of Graduates Hired|
|Employment by Job Function|
|Employment by Industry|
CLASS OF 2021 INTERNSHIP STATISTICS
|Top Hiring Companies- Number of Interns|
|Freedom Mortgage Corporation||9|
|Ernst & Young (EY)||3|
|*Top Metros- Number of Interns|
*Internship location reflects what students reported when they accepted their offers, however due to COVID-19 the majority of the 2020 summer internships were completed virtually.