MFin Current Employment Report Class of 2016 Profile* Number of Candidates 119 U.S. Citizens 10% Non-U.S. Citizens 90% Women 45% GMAT Score Range 690-770 Average Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.7 Average Years Full-Time Work Experience 1.5 *Class profile as of matriculation. Class of 2016 Master of Finance Employment Profile* Number Percent Seeking Full-Time Employment 72 60.5 Not Seeking Full-Time Employment 47 39.5 Seeking Internship 26 21 Postponing Search 10 8.4 Sponsored & Returning to Company 7 5.9 Continuing Education 4 3.4 Total 119 100% *Employment data based on students graduating in June 2016 and February 2017. Offer & Acceptance Rates as of September 30, 2016 Total US Outside of the US Offers 91.7% 55.6% 36.1% Acceptances 76.4% 48.6% 27.8% Base Salary Mean Median Low High US Citizens & Permanent Residents $85,000 $80,000 $70,000 $114,000 International $75,000 $76,364 $27,000 $125,000 Total $77,500 $77,845 $27,000 $125,000 Master Of Finance Degree Program Gains Stem Classification The MIT Sloan Master of Finance program announced June 2 that it has achieved classification as a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program. This new designation, determined by the Department of Homeland Security, allows international students to extend their training in the United States by working in their field of study. Instead of 12 months of optional practical training, they have a total of 36 months under STEM, which amounts to an extra two years of working in the United States. Job Acceptances by Functional Area Finance Asset Management 21.2% Research 17.2% Transactions (M&A/Securities Issuance/Advisory) 9.6% Quantitative Analysis 5.8% Corporate Finance & Treasury 5.8% Sales & Trading Venture Captial 1.9% Other Finance 1.9% Consulting Management/Strategy Consulting 15.4% Financial Services/Economic Consulting 5.8% Other Business Functions 13.5% Job Acceptances by Industry Finance Banks 25.5% Investment Management 23.6% Diversified Financial Services 9.1% Private Equity 3.6% Consulting 21.8% Technology 9.1% Retail 5.5% Energy 1.8% Job Acceptances by Geographic Location North America 64% Asia 27% Europe 7% South America 2% Source of Job School-Facilitated 44.4% On-campus Interviewing, Job Postings, Resume Database, Alumni/Faculty Referrals, Club Events Student-Facilitated 55.6% Contacted Directly, Previous Employer, Online Job Board, Personal Network Internship Employment Data Internship Employment Profile* Number Percent Seeking Internship 26 89.7 Not Seeking Internship 1 3.4 Continuing Education 2 6.9 Total 29 100% *Employment data based on students whose degree is conferred in February 2017. Full-time employment data will be reported in the 2017 Employment Report. Internship Offer & Acceptance Rates as of September 30, 2016 Total US Outside of the US Offers 96.2% 55.9% 42.3% Acceptances 92.3% 50.0% 42.3% Monthly Salary Overview Median Monthly Salary $6,834 Range of Monthly Salary $3,600-$9,583 Internship Acceptances by Geographic Location North America 58.3% Asia 37.5% Europe 4.2% Source of Internship School-Facilitated 55.5% On-campus Interviewing, Job Postings, Resume Database, Alumni/Faculty Referrals, Club Events Student-Facilitated 45.5% Contacted Directly, Previous Employer, Online Job Board, Personal Network Employers Hiring Members of the Master of Finance Class of 2015 500IPO Accenture AIG Alphadyne Asset Management Altman Vilandrie & Company Apex Capital Holdings Arrowstreet Capital Athena Capital Research Bain & Company* Bank of Georgia BlackRock Capula Investment Management China International Capital Corporation Citadel Coursera CPP Investment Board CV Advisors Family Office Deloitte Consulting* Enfusion Systems Enfusion, Ernst & Young Falabella Fidelity Investments Five Rings Fosun Group Fredericks Michael & Co. General Motors Goldman Sachs Group* Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited International Monetary Fund JPMorgan Chase & Co. JP Morgan Asia Pacific JUMP Investors Man Group McKinsey & Company* Microsoft Corporation MIT Golub Center for Finance & Policy Morgan Stanley Asset Limited MSCI Inc. Nasdaq NERA Economic Consulting PanAgora Putnam Investments Rothschild Sandler Capital Management Silk Road Fund Sinolink Asset Management Staples, State Administration of Foreign Exchange State Street Global Advisors SunPower Corporation The Boston Consulting Group UBS* Versailles Group, VMware, Walmart Willis Towers Watson WorldQuant Bolded companies hired at least two Master of Finance graduates in 2015. * Companies who have hired Master of Finance graduates for the last three years. 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