MFin Current Employment Report Class of 2015 Profile* Number of Candidates 115 U.S. Citizens 16% Non-U.S. Citizens 84% Women 40% GMAT Score Range 700-770 Average Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.7 Average Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan 17.5 months *Class profile as of matriculation. Class of 2015 Master of Finance Employment Profile Number Percent Seeking Employment 83 72.2% Postponing Job Search 11 9.6% Sponsored & Returning to Company 11 9.6% Continuing Education 5 4.3% Starting a Business 5 4.3% Total 115 100% Offer & Acceptance Rates as of September 30, 2015 Total US Outside of the US Offers 92.8% 69.9% 22.9% Acceptances 84.3% 68.7% 15.6% Base Salary Mean Median Low High US Citizens & Permanent Residents $88,692 $80,000 $62,000 $130,000 Non-US Citizens $77,153 $80,000 $30,000 $130,000 Total $79,832 $80,000 $30,000 $130,000 Job Acceptances by Functional Area Percent Finance Asset Management 30.5% Quantitative Analysis 10.2% Research 8.7% Transactions (M&A/Securities Issuance/Advisory) 7.2% Corporate Finance & Treasury 4.3% Sales & Trading 4.3% Venture Captial 1.4% Other Finance 1.4% Consulting Management/Strategy Consulting 20.3% Financial /Economic Consulting 2.9% Other Business Functions 8.8% *Functional areas were clarified and re-categorized in 2014. Job Acceptances by Industry Percent Finance Investment Management 23.3% Diversified Financial Services 20.4% Banks 14.4% Private Equity 8.7% Venture Capital 1.4% Consulting 24.7% Technology 4.3% Automotive & Consumer Products 2.8% Job Acceptances by Geographic Location USA 81.4% Asia 15.7% Europe 1.4% Middle East 1.4% Source of Job Percent School Facilitated (On-campus Interviewing, Job Postings, Resume Database, Alumni/Faculty Referrals, Club Events) 45.5% Student Facilitated (Contacted Directly, Previous Employer, Online Job Board, Personal Network) 54.5% Employers Hiring Members of the Master of Finance Class of 2015 A.T. KearneyAIG Allen & CompanyAltman Vilandrie & CompanyAmerican Growth Capital PartnersAnalysis GroupAnbang GroupApplied Predictive TechnologiesBain & CompanyBank of ChinaBarclaysBessemer TrustBlackRockBoston Trust and Investment Management CompanyChina Southern Asset ManagementCiti*Communications Media AdvisorsConsolidated TradingCornerstone ResearchCredigy SolutionsDeloitte Consulting*Epic Systems CorporationEverQuoteFederal Reserve Bank of New YorkFidelity InvestmentsFirst Eagle Investment ManagementFlint CapitalGeneral MotorsGeneva Energy MarketsGoldman Sachs Group*Hancock Natural Resources GroupKCG HoldingsKensho TechnologiesKraft Heinz CompanyLandmark PartnersMcKinsey & Company*MetricStreamMoody's CorporationMSCIMurexOliver Wyman GroupOverland AdvisorsPing An SecuritiesPoint Hope GroupRemitiaRoland Berger Strategy ConsultantsRosemark CapitalSchlumberger Business ConsultingState Street Corporation*T. Rowe PriceUBSVision Knight CapitalVolant Trading 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. Master of Finance Contacts Career Development Office Sue Kline Senior Co-Directorskline@mit.edu 1-617-253-6149 Master of Finance Program Office Heidi Pickett Directorhpickett@mit.edu 1-617-258-5434 Janet Marks Senior Co-Directorjrmarks@mit.edu 1-617-253-6149 Nondiscrimination Policy The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. 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