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MiM Employment Report 2012, London Business School


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The MiM Employment report for 2012 presents some interesting statistics for our MiM programme, with the most outstanding being that 95% of our MiM2012 class secured employment within three months of graduation.

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MiM Employment Report 2012, London Business School

  1. 1. Next Exit Print Send Masters in Management Employment Report 2012 Access one of the world’s most dynamic pools of global talent Career Services
  2. 2. Introduction from the Executive Director Back Next Exit Print Send I am delighted to announce In an increasingly crowded job trips to Brussels and Paris. that 95% of our Masters in market, it can be hard to stand Our alumni support was also of “It is fantastic to Management (MiM) 2012 class out from the crowd. This is why particular importance this year. see that since the accepted employment three we work in close partnership In 2012 we enjoyed the benefits months post-graduation. This year we have seen a five percentage with employers, our alumni and the wider School community of having successful and supportive Masters in Management programme launch point increase in students to ensure our Masters in alumni actively contributing to in 2009 it continues accepting roles within corporate Management graduates leave the programme. As a result, we sectors and a particular increase with the key leadership skills, are pleased to see, that despite to go from strength- in the media and entertainment business knowledge and global difficult conditions we have field. We have also seen a further perspectives to excel. Over the seen a six percentage point to-strength attracting five percentage point increase course of 2012 we also worked to increase of students accepting in students accepting roles in develop our careers programme, employment with a new employer. students who consulting which continues to including Career Week, to ensure be our most popular sector. our graduates balance theory I want to take this opportunity represent the best of with skills and practice, and to thank all our employers for The Masters in Management have the opportunity to meet their continued support. I hope the graduate market.” 2012 class is our largest class to with potential employers. you enjoy reading this Masters in Fiona Sandford date, comprising 144 students Management 2012 Employment who come from 38 countries Our presence in the international Report and I look forward to and speak 48 languages. It is market grew through the working with you in 2013. fantastic to see that since the introduction of an additional Global programme launch in 2009 it Immersion trip in partnership with continues to go from strength- Stockholm School of Economics. to-strength attracting students This complements our existing who represent the best of the partnership with IE Business graduate market. Our 2012 class School in Madrid and in 2013 alone includes two professional we will be adding two additional water polo players, an Oxford oarswoman, a student researcher in molecular neuroscience, a concertmaster…the list goes on!Fiona SandfordExecutive DirectorCareers and Global BusinessLondon Business Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 2
  3. 3. MiM2012 class profile Back Next Exit Print Send Dental Evolutions PINOVA CapitalClass profile Masters in Management DQN Global Capital Partners PricewaterhouseCoopers recruiters Ekistics Property Advisors Procter & Gamble Class size: 144 Companies that hired students Financial Times Public Consulting Group Average age: 22.5 from London Business School’s Fondsfinans Publicis Graphics Nationalities: 38 Masters in Management Homburg & Partner Roland Berger Strategy Consultants programme in 2012. HomeTouch Rothschild Female class percentage 33% Average GMAT score: 685 4C Associates Houlihan Lokey Royal Bank of Scotland A.T. Kearney IMAX Santiago Accenture IMS Health Schroders Advention Business Partners INOX Global Capital Management Solon Management Consulting Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty J.P. Morgan Sony 5 8 9 Kleinwort Benson TAI SUN HONG (Asia) 4 7 American Express 1 Analysys Mason KPMG Terra Firma 6 L.E.K. Consulting Tesco 3 Arla Foods Bain & Company Lothar Böhm The Blackstone Group 1 5 Bertelsmann MacDougall Auctions The Boston Consulting Group Betfair MasterCard The Furnishing Industry Trust BNP Paribas McKinsey & Company Thomson Reuters 2 4 MHP Communications TLC Marketing Worldwide 2 BOCOM International Booz & Company Morgan Stanley UBS 3 Cambridge Associates Nestor Advisors Viewsy CedarBridge Capital Niceman Silk Mills Virgin Green Fund Citi Nielsen VTB CapitalNationality of students Undergraduate study discipline CMC Capital Nomura Yorkville Advisors 1 - Europe (excluding UK) 52% 1 - Management / Business 30% Corporate Value Associates OCBC Bank Oliver Wyman Please note 2 - Asia 22% 2 - Economics 15% Creative Artists Agency Credera Energy OMD Many more companies 3 - UK 11% 3 - Engineering / IT 14% Omorovicza Cosmetics Credit Suisse presented on our campus 4 - The Americas 11% 4 - Mathematics / Sciences 12% Pharo Management Deloitte and/or posted opportunities 5 - Africa / Middle East 4% 5 - Accounting / Finance 10% Delta Partners Philips 6 - Social Sciences 6% for our students. 7 - Liberal Arts 6% 8 - Marketing / Media / Tourism 4% 9 - Law / Politics / 3% International Relations *Our admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice. The School values diversity and promotes a positive work and study environment.London Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 3
  4. 4. MiM2012 employment profile Back Next Exit Print SendEmployment rate Sector choice on graduation Employer sector Source of opportunity Consulting Consulting 40% School community 70% G raduates who had accepted offers three months after graduation* F inance A ccepted an offer with a new employer Corporate sectors Strategy 24% Career Services 53% Returning to my pre-London Business School employer Full Service 9% (on-campus presentations, S elf-employed / starting own business 2010 2011 2012 job postings, CV search, events) Other 7% Networking 10% Alumni 4% 40% 35% 40% Corporate sectors 28% Club events 3% (fairs, panels, speakers, Media / Entertainment 10% 2 club CV books, etc.) % Consumer Products 3% Credit Cards 2% Healthcare / Pharmaceutical / 2% Outside sources 30% 2 91 % 42% Biotech % 38% 32% Hi-Tech / Telecommunications 2% Insurance 2% Personal contacts Internet job boards 20% 6% Retail 2% Speculative letters / cold calling 3% Energy Utilities 1% Executive search 1% Government and 1% 22% 23% 28% Supranational: Non-Finance 95 Industrials – Diversified 1% Internet / E-Commerce 1% % Public interest / Social impact 1% Primary reason accepting Finance 32% Nature of work 80% Promotion prospects 13% Investment Banking / 19% Location 3% Brokerage Work / life balance 2% Investment Management / 9% Compensation 2% Research Private Equity / Buyouts 2% Private Wealth Management 1%*Percentage of MiM 2012 class reporting as seeking Retail and Commercial Banking 1% employment (response rate for MiM 2012 class: 96%)London Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 4
  5. 5. MiM2012 job location information Back Next Exit Print SendRegion changes Job locationThe graph below shows which students return to Masters in Management 2012 graduates wentwork in their home region (based upon nationality) to work at organisations in over 39 cities in moreafter their Masters in Management, and which than 27 countries around the world.students work abroad.Region Home AbroadAfrica / Middle East 40% 60%Asia 42% 58% 23%Europe 40% 60% Europe 11% Asia 31% 69% 53%The AmericasUK 92% 8% United Kingdom 7%“Eclectic and diverse in nature, 6% The Americas Africa / Middle EastLondon Business School also offerssuperb networking opportunities.New languages and cultures havealways been part of my life, but theMiM has enabled me to meet and workwith people from all over the world.”MiM, 2012London Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 5
  6. 6. MiM2012 salary information Back Next Exit Print SendSalary information “My reasons forSector UK pounds US dollars* undertaking a MastersOverall Base salary Min Max Mean Median £6,926 £68,937 £34,457 £33,000 Min Max Mean Median $10,800 $107,500 $53,732 $51,460 in Management (MiM)Sign-on bonus Year-end bonus £1,000 £1,664 £7,000 £45,000 £3,625 £7,880 £3,000 £6,000 $1,559 $2,595 $10,916 $70,173 $5,653 $12,288 $4,678 $9,356 degree were very Consulting Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median simple. I knew that IBase salary Sign-on bonus £11,975 £1,578 £68,937 £7,000 £38,118 £3,341 £35,748 £3,000 $18,673 $107,500 $2,460 $10,916 $59,441 $5,210 $55,745 $4,678 needed a world-classYear-end bonus £2,366 £11,635 £5,799 £5,997 $3,690 $18,144 $9,042 $9,352 business educationCorporate Sectors Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median in order to properlyBase salary £6,926 £43,529 £27,191 £26,000 $10,800 $67,879 $42,402 $40,544Year-end bonus £1,664 £4,529 £2,723 £2,350 $2,595 $7,063 $4,247 $3,665 prepare for my career,Finance Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median and I wanted aBase salary £21,029 £50,000 £37,178 £36,000 $32,793 $77,970 $57,975 $56,138Sign-on bonus £1,000 £6,250 £4,250 £5,000 $1,559 $9,746 $6,627 $7,797 programme thatYear-end bonus £10,000 £45,000 £19,498 £11,832 $15,594 $70,173 $30,405 $18,450 combined theory with practice.” MiM, 2012 *US dollars – converted at 1.559397 from pounds to dollars on 1 August 2012** o sign-on bonuses within Corporate Sectors were N reported for the MiM 2012 classLondon Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 6
  7. 7. MiM2012 salary information Back Next Exit Print SendSalary information “Everything aboutRegion UK pounds US dollars* MiM relates directly and successfullyAfrica/Middle East Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary Year-end bonus £6,926 £3,078 £51,943 £11,635 £34,538 £7,042 £38,267 £6,413 $10,800 $4,800 $81,000 $18,144 $53,858 $59,674 $10,981 $10,000 to the business world. The core coursesAsia Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean MedianBase salary £12,078 £30,891 £20,967 £18,117 $18,834 $48,172 $32,696 $28,252 are highly relevant,Year-end bonus £3,623 £6,796 £4,983 £4,529 $5,650 $10,598 $7,770 $7,063 and students are alsoEurope (Exc UK) Base salary Min £11,975 Max £68,937 Mean £44,291 Median £47,642 Min Max Mean Median $18,673 $107,500 $69,068 $74,292 offered tailored personalSign-on bonus £1,578 £2,761 £2,103 £1,972 $2,460 $4,305 $3,280 $3,075Year-end bonus £2,366 £11,832 £6,962 £6,565 $3,690 $18,450 $10,856 $10,238 development programmes The Americas Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median centred on topics likeBase salary £22,445 £43,529 £31,049 £25,651 $35,000 $67,879 $48,418 $40,000 communication, Excel United Kingdom Min Max Mean Median Min Max Mean Median and structured thinking.”Base salary £20,000 £50,000 £32,456 £32,500 $31,188 $77,970 $50,611 $50,680Sign-on bonus £1,000 £7,000 £4,295 £4,000 $1,559 $10,916 $6,698 $6,238 MiM, 2012Year-end bonus £2,000 £45,000 £10,664 £4,000 $3,119 $70,173 $16,629 $6,238 **Salary by region data is not shown where sample size was deemed too small to * S dollars – converted at 1.559397 from U be statistically viable. Subsequently certain individual salaries that appear in the pounds to dollars on 1 August 2012 sector level analysis may be excluded from the region analysis (if the sample size of the region that the salary represents is considered too small to report).London Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 7
  8. 8. The London Business School programme portfolio Back Exit Print Send Find out more Recruit world-class talent from London Business School Experience table Recent Early Mid Senior graduate career career manager Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7400 Email: Masters in Management Masters Programmes MBA Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7500 Masters in Finance Email: Executive MBA EMBA-Global Americas and Europe Executive Education EMBA-Global Asia Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7390 Email: Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy Alumni “Nomura has a great relationship with the Masters in Management programmeMasters in Management Masters in Finance EMBA-Global Sloan Masters in Americas and Europe Leadership and Strategy at London Business School.12 months / full-time / London 10–16 or 22 months / full-time and weekend / London 20 months / study while 12 months / full-time / London Since the programme beganFor recent graduates withless than one year of full-time For individuals wishing to working full-time / London Designed to prepare we have hired a number ofpostgraduate corporate work advance their career or change and New York experienced senior managersexperience or with less than their area within finance. For dynamic, mid-career for their next career challenge. graduates on to our analysttwo years in a non-traditional managers and professionals programmes. We find thatbusiness role. Executive MBA who are highly ambitious Alumni and have, or aspire to have, graduates of the Masters in 20 months / study while Available for recruitment transnational responsibilities. Management programme working full-time / London all year round / GlobalMBA or Dubai EMBA-Global Asia Based in over 120 countries stand out from their peers15–21 months / Designed for those who want worldwide our alumnifull-time / London to accelerate their career into 20 months / study while community consists of over due to the coupling of strong working full-time / Hong KongFor individuals who are looking general management or move 35,000 globally-focused analytical skills and businessto make a vertical shift in their beyond their technical or For dynamic, globally-focused path, change industry functional specialism. executives and managers acumen with the commercialor job function, or develop wishing to deepen their awareness that post-graduatean entrepreneurial toolkit. understanding of western and eastern business practices. All admissions decisions are taken in accordance business education provides.” with best equal opportunities practice. Rosemarie Ng, NomuraLondon Business School MiM Employment Report 2012 8