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Complete breakdown of our most recent employment statistics for our MBA programme.

Complete breakdown of our most recent employment statistics for our MBA programme.

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    • Next exit PriNt MBA Employment Report 2011 Access global talent from the world’s number one business schoolwww.london.edu/recruitourtalent/
    • Introduction Back Next exit PriNtFrom the Director It has been another year to celebrate for London Business School’s full-time MBA programme. The Financial Times placed us number one for the third year in a row in their “our MBA progrAMMe global rankings; the percentage of 2011 alumni securing employment 3 months after graduation has increased to 93%, up from 91% in 2010, and the number of students hAs undergone An undertaking summer internships hit 100%. I would like to thank our recruiters for believing in the impact that our students and graduates can have in their organisations exciting review and continuing to hire from the School through these uncertain times. to ensure thAt My first full year as Career Services Director at the School has been a rewarding one in which we have built on past successes and taken the courage to try new initiatives. we continue to offer The intention is always to improve further our relationships with organisations around pArticipAnts And the world and prepare and support our students in finding employment. For the first time we created sector specific CV books, making it even easier for recruiters in some eMployers whAt they of the major sectors to find the talent that they need. The team is working more closely than ever with student clubs, including supporting a growing number of career treks. need At A world- The treks to Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore have contributed to the increase of graduates finding roles in Asia, 11% compared to 7% in 2010. This region continues to clAss level.” be a focus for the School and the Career Services team. In addition, our MBA programme Fiona Sandford has undergone an exciting review to ensure that we continue to offer participants and Director, Career Services, London Business School employers what they need at a world-class level. This year’s employment report shows that there was a fairly even split in sector choice, with 36% of our 2011 MBA graduates finding employment in consulting, 34% in finance and 30% in other corporate sectors. Although this is the first time in several years that the majority of our full-time MBA graduates have gone into consulting, the transition data indicates that a smaller percentage have changed sectors this year (55% of those with roles in consulting had a previous background in consulting – compared to 42% last year and 61% of those in finance had a finance background compared to 55% last year). This suggests that in times of uncertainly it becomes harder to change sectors of employment as organisations prefer to recruit those with experience in their field. Whatever your relationship with the School, I hope that you find this employment report informative and useful. Best wishes, Fiona Sandford Director, Career Services, London Business School www.london.edu/recruitourtalent2
    • MBA2011/12 class profile Back Next exit PriNtMBa2011 6 7 1 MBa2012 7 1 6 5 5 4 2 4 2 3 3class profile regional background class profile regional backgroundStudents 403 1 Europe (excluding UK) 31% n Students 400 1 Europe (excluding UK) 31% nAge range 23-39 2 Asia 21% n Age range 23-39 2 Asia 20% nAverage age 28.3 3 USA/Canada 16% n Average age 28 3 USA/Canada 14% nAverage work experience (years) 5.3 4 Latin America 12% n Average work experience (years) 5 4 Latin America 12% nWork experience range* (years) 2-14 5 UK 10% n Work experience range* (years) 2-14 5 UK 11% nPrimary nationalities 59 6 Middle East/Africa 6% n Primary nationalities 62 6 Middle East/Africa 7% nGMAT range 600-780 7 Australasia 4% n GMAT range 600-780 7 Australasia 5% nGMAT average 697 GMAT average 701% female 27% % female 28% 1 1 3 3 2 2 Professional background (pre-MBa) Professional background (pre-MBa) 1 Corporate sectors 42% n 1 Corporate sectors 41% n 2 Finance 31% n 2 Finance 30% n 3 Consulting 27% n 3 Consulting 29% n This is a current profile. Our admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice. * Typically participants have between five and six years relevant (management) experience, although each applicant will be considered on his/her own merit. The School values diversity and promotes a positive work and study environment.3
    • MBA recruiters Back Next exit PriNtCompanies that hired students from 1OAK Financial Group Booz & Company Elsevier Grupo HigaLondon Business School in 2011, 3i Boubyan Capital Emerson GSMAeither on a permanent basis or A.T. Kearney BP Endeavor Hamilton Venturesduring the summer. Abraaj Capital Bridges Ventures Endeavour Ventures Herschel Capital AdvisorsPleaSe Note that many more companies Abtech Systems British Fashion Council Epersimove Hines Associates Limitedpresented on our campus and/or postedopportunities for our students Accenture British Land Ernst & Young Honeywell Actis British Standards Institution European Central Bank HSBC adidas BT Everything Everywhere Huawei African Development Corporation Burberry Expandys Huddlebuy AIG East Asia Holdings Campbell Lutyens Facebook Industry Corporate Finance Albourne Partners Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Facelift BBT Infosys Consulting Inc. Alcon Novartis Canter Equity Partners FCF Fox Corporate Finance Infosys Technologies Allianz Global Investors Capricorn Consulting Group Fidelity FMR InfraCo Almaz Capital Partners Centrica Fidelity Worldwide Innovation Labs Alvarez & Marsal CEPSA Finisterre Capital Interbrand Amazon Chemidex Pharma Fleming Family & Partners International Finance Corporation (IFC) American Century Investments Citi ForumGruppe J. Walter Thompson American Express Clayton Utz Freitag & Co J.P. Morgan Amgen Clean World Capital FSA Jefferies Anheuser-Busch InBev Climate Change Capital Future Holdings Innovation Johnson & Johnson Antique Wine Company Coller Capital Garlik Juicy Couture Europe Apple Commerzbank Gatsby Charitable Foundation Knivetonwood Investments“we’re looking Artfinder Cordea Savills Gatwick Airport KPMG Ashoka Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank GE Capital L.E.K. Consultingfor the Best tAlent Atomico Credit Suisse GE Consumer Finance LAN Airlinesfor the region, Axis Corporate Bain & Company Debtwire Deutsche Bank GE Healthcare GEM LBS Summer Consulting Team Leoni Sceti Groupso we recruit froM Banco de Crédito del Perú Development Partners International General Mills LISI Aerospacethe Best schools Bangkok Bank Bank of America Merrill Lynch Diamond Advisory Services at PWC Direcional Engenharia Gimv GLC Lloyds Banking Group Lloyd’s of Londonin the world And Bank of China International Discovery Communications Glencore LMS Capitallondon Business Barclays Barclays Capital Dpluse DuPont Global Banking Corporation globalCOAL LNG Capital London Organising Committee of the Olympicschool is ABsolutely Barclays Wealth E.ON Goldman Sachs Games and Paralympic Gamesone of our core BaseKit EBRD Goldman Sachs Asset Management London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicineschools gloBAlly.” Bayer Business Consulting Edoma Partners Google L’Oréal Beltana Consulting Ekistics Property Advisors LLP Greenpark Capital Louis DreyfusJames Hadley, Better Capital Eleqtra Groupon Louis VuittonManaging Director Bibendum Wines Limited Eli Lilly Grovepoint Capital LutaBain & Co, Middle East Inc4
    • MBA recruiters Back Next exit PriNtCompanies that hired students from LVMH Partners Group Samsung Securities The Nielsen CompanyLondon Business School in 2011, M&G Pearson Sanford C. Bernstein The Parthenon Groupeither on a permanent basis or m8 Capital PepsiCo Santander Thomson Reutersduring the summer. Macquarie Permira Save the Children Tishman SpeyerPleaSe Note that many more companies Madhu Jayanti International Limited Petrus Advisers Schlumberger Business Consulting Torch Partnerspresented on our campus and/or postedopportunities for our students Marakon Philip Morris International Schneider Electric ToughStuff Marks & Spencer Philippine Stock Exchange Scorpio Partnership True corporation McKinsey & Company PhosphonicS Scotia Capital Twig ME Zukerman Investments Pictet SeaMicro UBS Medtronic PIMCO Sequoia Capital UniCredit Management Consultancy Medulla Pioneer Point Partners SGMI Unilever MFS Pioneer Point Partners LLP Shell United Overseas Bank Microsoft PPR Luxury Group Shinhan Bank United States Army Special Forces Ministry of Defence (Singapore) PrivatBank Siam Cement Group Universal Music Ministry of Knowledge Economy (South Korea) Probitas Partners Siemens Management Consulting V8 Supercars Australia Mizuho Corporate Bank Prometech Software Smart Communications Värde Partners Moelis & Company Prophet Soditic Asset Management Vector Monitor Group Prudential Solon Management Consulting Vodafone Morgan Stanley Qriously Songkick Warburg Pincus“our recent hires Mubadala Development Company Rakuten Sovereign Capital Partners Warner BrothersfroM london Mubi Multiples Private Equity Rangespan Reach to Teach SPIE UK Standard Chartered Bank Waterland Private Equity White HouseBusiness school Murex REC Stark Investments Wildfire InteractivehAve AdApted with Navigant Consulting Rhea Capital Partners Sumitomo Corporation William J. Clinton FoundationreMArkABle eAse, Neuberger Berman Rio Tinto Symantec William Morris Endeavor News International Risk Capital Partners Syngenta Wonga.comBringing with NHS Rockfield Energy T. Rowe Price World Economic ForumtheM excellent Nike Nomura Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Roshan Tablo Media Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company World Gold Council WPPcoMMunicAtion Norgine Rothschild Tate & Lyle YES BANKskills, teAM spirit Novartis OGM Investments Royal Bank of Scotland Russell Investments Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS) Team Europe YHP Holdings Zouk VenturesAnd the weAlth of Olivetree Securities S.A.C.I. Falabella TechnoServe ZS Associatesexperience froM One Development Group Opera Solutions s[edition] SAC Capital Advisors Telstra International Terra Firmatheir MBA And MiM Opportunity Asset Management SAIC Tex Technologycourses.” Orange P2 Brasil Samsung Electronics Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance The Ascott Limited The Boston Consulting GroupHenriette Smith Pala Investments Samsung Global Strategy Group The Business Growth FundUK HR Manager, A.T. Kearney5
    • MBA2011 employment profile Back Next exit PriNtSummary data Sector choice on graduation Marakon Prophet 3 2 n Consulting Schlumberger Business Consulting 2 n Finance n Corporate sectors Monitor Group 2 93 7 % % 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Finance % Credit Suisse 8 100 Goldman Sachs 8 Deutsche Bank 7 Starting own Citi 4 Business 25 25 23 29 31 25 36 Barclays Capital 3 15 80 Nomura 3 % Bank of America Merrill Lynch Partners Group 3 3 Morgan Stanley 2 60 Barclays Wealth 2 Returning Mubadala Development Company 2 to previous Standard Chartered Bank 2 Graduates who had employer 42 42 46 44 36 38 34 Moelis & Company 2 Russell Investments 2 accepted offers 71 40 Santander 2 three months after UBS 2 % graduation Barclays 2 HSBC 2 20 33 33 31 27 33 37 30 J.P. Morgan 2 corporate sectors American Express 7 0 Thomson Reuters 5 Amazon 4 Marks & Spencer 3 Major recruiters Samsung Global Strategy Group 3 Starting with a adidas 3 consulting BT 3 new employer McKinsey & Company 39 Johnson & Johnson 2 The Boston Consulting Group 21 Novartis 2 Bain & Company 10 DuPont 2 A.T. Kearney 8 Shell 2 Accenture 7 Syngenta 2 Booz & Company 7 Emerson 2 Roland Berger Strategy Consultants 3 Eli Lilly 26
    • MBA2011 career decisions Back Next exit PriNt employer sector career transition Source of opportunity “cAndidAtes froMconsulting 36% to consulting from School community 78% london Business Consulting Finance 55% 10% school consistently displAy A BAlAnceStrategy 30% Career Services (events, on-campus 65%Full Service 3% Corporate sectors 35% presentations, job postings, CV search)Other 3% to finance from Networking Alumni 7% 4% of AcAdeMic ABilityFinance 34% Consulting 17% Club events (fairs, panels, 2% And core Business skills, As well As speakers, club CV books, etc) Finance 61% hAving the cApAcityInvestment Banking 14% Corporate sectors 22% outside sources 22%Investments – Private Equity/ 7%Venture Capital to corporate sectors Personal contacts 19% to leArn quickly. All of which Are cruciAlInvestments – Asset Management/ 6% Consulting 20%Hedge Funds Executive search 1% Finance 10%Banking – Retail and CommercialInvestments – Private Wealth Management 4% 1% Corporate sectors 70% Internet job boards Speculative letters/cold calling 1% 1% for A cAreer in AnPublic Sector(Central Banks, Ministries, Regulation) 1% investMent BAnk.” Primary reason for accepting job elia NgaiSell Side Research 1% Graduate Recruitment, Deutsche Bank AG, Nature of work 69% Asia Pacific Head Officecorporate sectors 30% Promotion prospects 12% Location 8%Industrial Products 5% Work/life balance 6%Financial Services/Credit Cards/Insurance 4% Compensation 5% “london BusinessTMT – MediaTMT – Information Technology 4% 3% school provided MeEnergy 2% with unpArAlleledFMCG 2% Access to the hedge funds industryHealthcare/Pharmaceuticals 2%Retail / Luxury Goods 2%TMT – InternetTMT – Telecommunications 2% 2% in london” MBA2011 graduateCharities/Not-For-Profit/ 1%National Governmental OrganisationsTMT – Marketing/PR/Advertising 1%7
    • MBA2011 job location information Back Next exit PriNtMBA2011 grAduAtes region changeswent to work The graphs below show who returns to work in their home region after their MBA and whoAt orgAnisAtions works abroad.in over 64 cities region Home abroadin 33 countries Asia Australasia 44% 40% 56% 60%Around the world Europe (outside UK) 43% 57% Latin America 51% 49% Middle East 75% 25% UK 88% 12% USA/Canada 17% 83% Job location United Kingdom 51% Europe (outside UK) 21% Asia 11% Latin America 7% USA/Canada 6% Middle East 3% Australasia 1%This map illustrates the countries that our MBA2011 graduates are working in.8
    • MBA2011 salary information by industry Back Next exit PriNtSalary information Uk pounds US dollars*overall Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £9,242 £337,225 £73,955 £70,000 $15,146 $552,681 $121,206 $114,724Sign-on bonus £2,639 £39,022 £16,995 £15,000 $4,324 $63,953 $27,853 $24,584Year-End bonus £1,000 £120,000 £21,722 £15,000 $1,639 $196,669 $35,601 $24,584consulting Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £43,977 £109,261 £73,860 £72,061 $72,075 $179,068 $121,050 $118,102Sign-on bonus £5,000 £30,508 £15,891 £15,000 $8,195 $50,000 $26,044 $24,584Year-End bonus £2,639 £51,767 £14,432 £12,314 $4,324 $84,842 $23,653 $20,181corporate sectors Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £9,242 £337,225 £74,293 £67,118 $15,146 $552,681 $121,760 $110,000Sign-on bonus £2,639 £36,610 £13,457 £12,203 $4,324 $60,000 $22,054 $20,000Year-End bonus £1,000 £46,064 £14,906 £12,203 $1,639 $75,496 $24,429 $20,000Finance Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £51,688 £122,032 £73,739 £68,228 $84,711 $200,000 $120,851 $111,820Sign-on bonus £4,398 £39,022 £21,653 £22,000 $7,207 $63,953 $35,488 $36,056Year-End bonus £3,051 £120,000 £43,899 £39,022 $5,000 $196,669 $71,947 $63,953“the gloBAl networkthAt you BuildAnd the leArningopportunities youhAve froM Beingexposed to the worldAre the key AssetsthAt i AM tAkingwith Me to succeedin My cAreer.”MBA2011 graduate*US dollars – converted at 1.63891 from pounds to dollars on 1 August 20119
    • MBA2011 salary information by region Back Next exit PriNtSalary information Uk pounds US dollars* “the progrAMMeasia Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median definitely gAve MeBase SalarySign-on bonus £9,242 £2,845 £103,159 £30,508 £59,207 £18,643 £61,085 £18,636 $15,146 $4,663 $169,068 $50,000 $97,034 $30,554 $100,114 $30,543 the Missing piecesYear-End bonus £2,054 £63,482 £22,958 £16,221 $3,366 $104,042 $37,627 $26,585 And tools thAtaustralasia**Base Salary Min £91,051 Max £337,225 Mean £154,871 Median £95,603 Min $149,224 Max $552,681 Mean $253,819 Median $156,685 i required toeurope (excluding Uk) Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median AccoMplish MyBase SalarySign-on bonus £43,977 £2,639 £171,695 £39,022 £79,481 £16,100 £72,211 £15,609 $72,075 $4,324 $281,393 $63,953 $130,263 $26,386 $118,347 $25,581 professionAl goAls.”Year-End bonus £2,639 £54,630 £15,974 £12,244 $4,324 $89,534 $26,180 $20,067 MBa2011 graduatelatin america Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £48,022 £94,677 £77,030 £82,653 $78,704 $155,167 $126,245 $135,461Sign-on bonus £12,203 £30,508 £16,533 £12,203 $20,000 $50,000 $27,096 $20,000Year-End bonus £8,679 £120,000 £40,056 £22,902 $14,224 $196,669 $65,648 $37,534Middle east Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £62,000 £122,032 £85,429 £74,745 $101,612 $200,000 $140,010 $122,500Sign-on bonus £12,000 £15,000 £12,851 £12,202 $19,667 $24,584 $21,062 $19,999Year-End bonus £12,203 £36,610 £17,774 £12,846 $20,000 $60,000 $29,130 $21,053United kingdom Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £40,000 £100,000 £69,855 £70,000 $65,556 $163,891 $114,486 $114,724Sign-on bonus £5,000 £39,000 £17,306 £15,000 $8,195 $63,917 $28,362 $24,584Year-End bonus £1,000 £90,000 £22,489 £15,000 $1,639 $147,502 $36,858 $24,584USa/canada Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase Salary £51,864 £167,794 £80,037 £71,694 $85,000 $275,000 $131,173 $117,500Sign-on bonus £6,102 £36,610 £18,169 £18,305 $10,000 $60,000 $29,778 $30,000Year-End bonus £6,102 £61,016 £19,680 £15,254 $10,000 $100,000 $32,254 $25,000*US dollars – converted at 1.63891 from pounds to dollars on 1 August 2011** Sample size is too small to report on bonus information for this region10
    • MBA2012 summer employment profile Back Next exit PriNtSummary data employer sector Primary location corporate sectors 41% United Kingdom 62% Europe (outside UK) 15% 100 TMT - Internet 10% Asia 11% Latin America 4% % Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals 5% FMCG 4% USA/Canada 3% Australasia 2% 3 Energy 4% % Charities/Not-For-Profit/ National Governmental Organisations 4% Middle East Africa 2% 1% Financial Services/Credit Cards/Insurance 3% Self-employed TMT - Telecommunications 3% Source of opportunity Industrial Products 2% School community 86% 90 TMT - Information Technology 2% Students undertaking Retail / Luxury Goods 1% internships/projects % Leisure/Sports/Entertainment 1% Career Services (events, on-campus 76% presentations, job postings, CV search) TMT - Marketing/PR/Advertising 1% Networking 6% TMT - Media 1% Club events (fairs, panels, 3% 7 speakers, club CV books, etc) % Finance 40% Alumni 1% Investment Banking 21% outside sources 14% Returning to a previous Investments – Private Equity/Venture Capital 9% employer Starting with a Investments – Asset Management/ 5% Personal contacts 12% Hedge Funds new employer Speculative letters/cold calling 1% Banking – Retail and Commercial 4% 15 Executive search/internet job boards 1% Public Sector (Central Banks, 1% % Ministries, Regulation) consulting 19% Strategy 17% Full service 1% More than one employer Other 1%11
    • MBA2012 summer employment profile Back Next exit PriNtMajor recruiters Weekly compensationconsulting corporate sectors Finance currency Uk poundsThe Boston Consulting Group 16 Google 14 Deutsche Bank 15 Min Max Mean MedianMcKinsey & Company 16 Johnson & Johnson 10 Citi 11 Overall £103 £2,023 £1,078 £1,100Bain & Company 13 Centrica 8 Goldman Sachs 9 Consulting £104 £2,023 £1,439 £1,464 Corporate Sectors £103 £1,775 £854 £900LBS Summer Consulting Team 7 American Express 7 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 7 Finance £250 £2,000 £1,107 £1,226Booz & Company 6 Shell 6 Credit Suisse 7L.E.K. Consulting 3 Facebook 6 Standard Chartered Bank 6 currency US dollars*Accenture 3 Amazon 5 HSBC 6Monitor Group 3 PepsiCo 4 Nomura 5Solon Management Consulting 2 Infosys Technologies 3 Morgan Stanley 5 Min Max Mean Median Overall $168 $3,315 $1,766 $1,803The Parthenon Group 2 Lloyd’s of London 3 Barclays Capital 5 Consulting $170 $3,315 $2,358 $2,400Roland Berger Strategy Consultants 2 Endeavor 3 J.P. Morgan 5 Financial Services $168 $2,910 $1,400 $1,475 Novartis 3 Moelis & Company 4 Industry $410 $3,278 $1,814 $2,010 Syngenta 3 Santander 4 *US dollars – converted at 1.63891 from pounds to dollars on 1 August 2011 British Standards Institution 3 Actis 3 Everything Everywhere 3 Permira 3 Vodafone 3 Abraaj Capital 2 Unilever 3 Lloyds Banking Group 2 General Mills 3 UBS 2 Groupon 3 Debtwire 2 Anheuser-Busch InBev 2 MFS 2 Huddlebuy 2 Bridges Ventures 2 s[edition] 2 Canter Equity Partners 2 London Organising Committee of the 2 Petrus Advisers 2 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games International Finance Corporation (IFC) 2 L’Oréal 2 Hamilton Ventures 2 Atomico 2“the MBA progrAMMeAt london Businessschool hAs given MeAMple opportunityto Better understAndMyself As A leAder.”MBA2012 student12
    • The London Business School programme portfolio Back exit PriNtDuration / Format / Primary study location recent graduate early career Mid career Senior manager Find out more Masters ProgrammesMasters in Management Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 750012 months / Full-time / london Email: masters@london.eduFor recent graduates with less than one year of full-time postgraduatework experience. executive educationMBa Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7390 Email: execinfo@london.edu15 - 21 months / Full-time / londonFor individuals who are looking to make a vertical shift in their career path,change industry or job function, or develop an entrepreneurial toolkit. recruit students from any of our masters programmesMasters in Finance Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 740010 months full-time / 22 months weekend study / london Email: careerservices@london.eduFor individuals wishing to advance their career or change their areawithin finance.executive MBa “the progrAMMe20 months / Study while working full-time / london or DubaiDesigned for those who want to accelerate their career into general hAs certAinlymanagement or move beyond their technical or functional specialism. given Me the toolseMBa-Global americas and europe20 months / Study while working full-time / london and New York And confidenceFor dynamic, mid-career managers and professionals who are highlyambitious and have, or aspire to have, transnational responsibilities. to pursue An entrepreneuriAl cAreer – soMethingeMBa-Global asia20 months / Study while working full-time / Hong kongFor dynamic, globally-focused executives and managers wishing to deepentheir understanding of western and eastern business practices. i’M not sure i wouldSloan Masters in leadership and Strategy hAve done Before12 months / Full-time / london london Business school”Designed to prepare experienced senior managers for their nextcareer challenge.executive education MBA2011 graduateOur Executive Education portfolio comprises both open enrolment andcompany specific programmes. Open programmes range from three daysto four weeks in length and span general management, finance, HR,leadership, strategic marketing and strategy. All admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice.13