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Career
Centre
Masters in Management
Employment Report 2016

London Experience. World Impact.


 
Introduction The figures LBS programme portfolio
 
Introduction from the Executive Director
Class profile
We are delighted that 95% of our 
The range of hiring companies has 
MiM2016
Masters in Management (MiM) 2016 
continued to increase, with 100 
cohort secured employment within 
companies hiring at least one student  Graduating class profile
Undergraduate study discipline 
95% three months of graduating.  This is  from the programme this year.  We  Class size** 
195

■ Management/Business 36%
testament to their qualities, attributes 
saw a welcome rise in the number 
Average age 
23

■ Accounting/Finance 18%
and flexibility in a moving market. 
of companies hiring more than one 
accepted an offer 
Meanwhile, six students chose to 
student, with 29 such companies this 
Nationalities 
48  

■ Economics 15%
within three months 
start their own businesses or were 
year, almost 40% more than in 2015. 
Female % 
40%

■ Engineering/IT 10%
self-employed. All our graduates 
This again demonstrates the impact 
Average GMAT score 
683

■ Mathematics/Sciences 5%
of graduation
contribute to the School’s vision to 
MiM graduates continue to have 

■ Social Sciences 
5%
have a profound impact on the way 
internationally and across sectors. 
Regional background 

■ Languages 3%
the world does business. 
Salaries rose by more than 10% 

■ Europe (excluding UK) 
51%

■ Marketing/Media/Comms 2%
Students’ sector choices confirm the 
compared to 2015, reaching an 

■ Asia 35%

■ Law 2%
trends we have been seeing in recent 
average of £41,963 ($66,444 in 

■ Americas 5%
years. Most notably, recruitment has 
international dollars*) in 2016. We 

■ Arts 1%

■ UK 4%
continued to grow in the consulting 
believe this was largely driven by 

■ Other 3%
and technology sectors, with 42% 
more students joining consultancies 

■ Middle East / Africa 
4%
and 13% of our students choosing 
and banks, particularly in Switzerland.

■ Australasia 1%
to enter these sectors respectively. 
It’s been another great year and we’re 
Slightly fewer students took up 
The Masters in 
proud of what our MiM graduates 
finance roles than in recent years, 
1%
have achieved. We’re particularly 
Management class 
2%1%
although the proportion joining 
2%
excited by the growth of our Early 
3%
4%
investment banks increased from 
of 2016 represents 
Career programme and the launch 
4%
3%
18% to 23%. 
5%
of the Masters in Financial Analysis 
48 nationalities. 
5%
With the growth in the size of the 
in September 2016, which continues 
Many graduates 
36%
5%
class in 2016 to 195 (174 in 2015), the  to broaden the range of talent we 
Undergraduate 
geographic spread of destinations for  have at this career stage. I would 
speak more than 
Regional background 
study discipline 
our students continued to develop.  
like to take this opportunity to thank 
MiM2016
10%
one language and all 
51%
MiM2016
Although a similar number of students  our recruiters for showing faith in our 
chose to accept roles in the UK, the 
talented graduates.
have demonstrated 
35%
number taking up roles in continental 
outstanding 
Europe rose significantly, from 
15%
23% in 2015 to 32% in 2016. This 
academic aptitude. 
18%
highlights the global demand for our 
Lara Berkowitz 
MiM students and shows they have 
Executive Director
the flexibility and ability to relate to 
businesses globally.
Career Centre, 
London Business 
*   For more information on international dollars, see footnote on p5.
School
**  Class size is a current picture and excludes students who have not graduated. 
Our admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice.
London Business School Masters in Management Employment Report 2016
Introduction from the Executive Director
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Introduction The figures
The figur
LBS programme portfolio
 
Employment profile
Job location
Salary information
Hiring companies
Employment rate
Sector choices on graduation
 
Top employers
 
 
%
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
 
 

100
Consulting 42%
Companies that employed two 
95%
or more MiM graduates: 
Finance 34%
28%

■ Investment Banking  
23%
Company Hires
accepted an offer 
31%
80

■ Private Equity  
The Boston Consulting Group 
12
within three months 
40%
40%
42%
& Venture Capital 
5%
Bain & Company 
6

■ Investment Management  
3%
of graduation
McKinsey & Company 
6

■ Financial Services – Other*  
3%
Credit Suisse 
4
60
Technology 13%
Goldman Sachs 
4

■ Internet/E-Commerce  
9%
Roland Berger 
4

■ Information Technology  
Strategy& 4
39%
34%
40
and Services  
4%
UBS 4
6graduates 
self‑employed/
32%
Diversified 11%
35%
A.T. Kearney 
3
started 
34%

■ Industrials 4%
Analysys Mason 
3
a business

■ Media & Entertainment  
2%
Arma Partners 
3
20


8%
11%
Healthcare/Pharma  
1%
Citi 3
6%

■ Diversified – Other**  
4%
EY 3
11%
0
Google 3
13%
HSBC 3
98%
22%
25%
24%
J.P. Morgan 
3
14%
11%
?What if! 
2
reporting rate
Accenture 2
Bank of America Merrill Lynch 
2
Capgemini Consulting 
2
“The Career Centre was invaluable in helping me translate my skills 
Delta Partners Group 
2
and experience into a language that recruiters could appreciate. 
Fosun 2
Their support in preparing me for the career management journey, 
The employment rate is calculated in compliance 
Lazard 2
from deciding what to do, to creating my applications, honing my 
with the MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance 
OnCourse 2
(MBA CSEA) reporting standards. .
skills and practising for interview allowed me to achieve my 
PwC 2
ambition of a role in consulting.”
Qubit 2
*   Financial Services – Other includes Insurance and 
Pension Services, Retail Banking.
Bart van der Velde, MiM2016, Associate Consultant, Bain & Company Amsterdam
Regency Mines 
2
**  Diversified – Other includes Consumer Products, 
YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP 
2
Education/Training, Business Services, Energy, 
Zurich Insurance Group 
2
Real Estate. 
London Business School Masters in Management Employment Report 2016
Employment profile
3

 
Introduction The figures LBS programme portfolio
 
Employment profile
Job location
Salary information
Hiring companies
MiM2016 job location
Graduates went to work at 
organisations in 26 countries 
45%
16%
around the world including 
the cities below.
UK
Asia
Aarhus
Luanda
Amsterdam
Mexico City
Ann Arbor
Milan
32%
Athens
Montreal
Bangkok
Mumbai
Beijing
Munich
Europe 
3%
Berlin
New Dehli
(excluding UK)
Brussels
New York
Budapest
Paris
Americas
Cairo
Rome
Cologne
Shanghai
Copenhagen
Singapore
Dubai
Stockholm
Dublin
Warsaw
Essen
Wroclaw
Frankfurt 
Zurich
Geneva
Gurgaon
4%
Helsinki
Hong Kong
Lagos
Middle East 
London
and Africa
London Business School Masters in Management Employment Report 2016
Job location
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Introduction The figures LBS programme portfolio
 
Employment profile
Job location
Salary information
Hiring companies
Salary information by industry Salary information by location
Salary information by industry
£ UK pounds
$ US dollars*
International dollars** 
Mean
Max
Min
Mean
Max
Min
Mean
Max
Min
Overall
Base salary 
 £41,963 
£88,751 
 £7,373 
 $55,408   $117,187 
 $9,736 
 $66,444   $140,690 
 $22,006 
Other compensation
 £7,648 
 £50,000 
 £1,000 
 $10,098 
 $66,020 
 $1,320 
 $12,861 
 $86,669 
 $945 
Consulting 
Base salary 
 £44,094 
 £88,751 
 £10,992 
 $58,222   $117,187 
 $14,514 
$71,667   $140,690 
 $27,802 
Other compensation
 £6,202 
 £19,691 
 £1,500 
 $8,189 
 $26,000 
 $1,981 
 $11,439 
 $45,160 
 $2,165 
Finance 
Base salary 
 £48,264 
 £78,333 
 £7,373 
 $63,728   $103,431 
$9,736 
 $71,165   $140,625 
 $22,006 
Other compensation
 £9,139 
 £50,000 
 £1,000 
 $12,067 
 $66,020 
 $1,320 
 $13,752 
 $72,180 
 $945 
Technology 
Base salary 
 £28,977 
 £40,897 
 £11,344 
 $38,261 
 $54,000 
 $14,978 
 $46,193 
 $58,837 
 $34,647 
Other compensation
 £5,838 
 £14,768 
 £1,738 
 $7,709 
 $19,500 
 $2,295 
 $8,667 
 $19,500 
 $2,189 
Diversified 
Base salary 
 £31,947 
 £60,280 
 £8,508 
 $42,183 
 $79,594 
 $11,233 
 $55,199   $122,343 
 $27,429 
Other compensation
 - 
 -
 - 
 - 
 - 
 - 
 - 
 - 
 - 
*  Conversion rates as of August 1, 2016.
**  Purchasing power parity (PPP) included due to the high number of students who have salaries in non-US dollar currencies. The World 
Bank’s implied PPP rate of exchange was used to equalise the purchasing power across economies.
- Indicates insufficient data or data not published to maintain student privacy.
Other compensation includes sign-on and end-of-year bonus where we have sufficient data.
Salary data does not include sponsored or self-employed students in accordance with MBA CSEA guidelines.
London Business School Masters in Management Employment Report 2016
Salary information by industry
5


 
Introduction The figures LBS programme portfolio
 
Employment profile
Job location
Salary information
Hiring companies
Salary information by industry Salary information by location
Salary information by location
£ UK pounds
$ US dollars*
International dollars**
Mean
Max
Min
Mean
Max
Min
Mean
Max
Min
Overall
Base salary

 £41,963 
 £88,751 
 £7,373 
 $55,408   $117,187 
 $9,736 
$66,444   $140,690 
 $22,006 
Other compensation
 £7,648 
 £50,000 
 £1,000 
 $10,098 
 $66,020 
 $1,320 
 $12,861 
 $86,669 
 $945 
United Kingdom
Base salary

 £40,612 
 £69,000 
£17,768 
 $53,624 
 $91,108
 $23,461 
 $58,344 
 $96,722 
 $22,006 
Other compensation
 £6,771 
£50,000 
 £1,000 
 $8,940   $$66,020 
 $1,320 
 $9,754 
 $72,180 
 $945 
Europe (excl. UK)
Base salary

 £50,107 
 £88,751 
 £14,555 
 $66,161   $117,187 
 $19,219 
 $71,174   $105,558 
 $34,679 
Other compensation
£6,645 
 £15,653 
 £1,738 
 $8,774 
 $20,668 
 $2,295 
 $9,811 
 $19,871 
 $2,189 
Asia
Base salary

 £27,704 
 £67,770 
 £7,373 
 $36,580 
 $89,483 
 $9,736 
 $70,641   $140,625 
 $27,802 
Other compensation
 £11,327 
 £49,041 
 £2,281 
 $14,956 
 $64,754 
 $3,012 
 $23,729 
 $86,669 
 $5,770 
*  Conversion rates as of August 1, 2016.
**  Purchasing power parity (PPP) included due to the high number of students who have salaries in non-US dollar currencies. The World Bank’s 
implied PPP rate of exchange was used to equalise the purchasing power across economies.
Other compensation includes sign-on and end-of-year bonus where we have sufficient data.
Salary data does not include sponsored or self-employed students in accordance with MBA CSEA guidelines.
London Business School Masters in Management Employment Report 2016
Salary information by location
6


 
Introduction The figures LBS programme portfolio
 
Employment profile
Job location
Salary information
Hiring companies
Hiring companies
Abraaj Capital
 
Evercore
OnCourse
Abris Capital Partners
EY
Ping An Trust
Accenture
Falcon Associates
PJT Partners
Accuracy
Finalta
PwC
Amazon
Fosun
Analysys Mason
GF Securities
Qubit
Andersch
Goldman Sachs
Rackspace
Antin Infrastructure Partners
Google
Regency Mines
Ardian
Hambro Perks
Reward Technology
Arla Foods
HotelTonight
Roland Berger
Arma Partners 
Hovarth & Partners
Seenit
Arthur D. Little
HSBC
A.T. Kearney
Immobiliare.it
Shrofile Technologies
Bain & Company
ING
Silicon Valley Bank
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Ipsos MORI 
Simon-Kucher & Partners
BMW Group
Jardine Matheson
Strategy&
BOCOM International
J.P. Morgan
Tata Sons
The Boston Consulting Group
Kaiser Associates
Techstars
Butterfly
Kurt Salmon Associates
Capgemini Consulting
Lazard
Tenzo
CGI Group
L.E.K. Consulting
Terra Firma
CICC
LG2
Thomson Reuters
Citco
LLX Global Business Services
Trove Research
Citi
Lothar Böhm Associates
TruVenturo
Coloplast
Macquarie Capital
Credit Suisse
McKinsey & Company
UBS
CVCapital
Medallia
Value Partners Group
DataSine
Monitor Deloitte
Vida Care
Deloitte
Morgan Stanley
Wells Fargo
Delta Partners Group
Munich Re
?What if!
Deutsche Bank
Ninja Vam
William Blair & Company
DN Capital
Nissan
Eden McCallum
Noble Group
YES Bank
Efficio
Nomura
YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP
E.On Inhouse Consulting
Oliver Wyman
Zurich Insurance Group
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Key:   Range of work experience in class    Key target range of work experience    Average class work experience
Masters in Financial Analysis
Global Masters in Management 
Masters in Finance 
 
EMBA-Global  
Sloan Masters in Leadership 
12 months / full-time / London
24 months / full-time / London and 
10–16 months full-time/ 
20 months / study while working 
and Strategy 
 
Shanghai
22 months part-time / London
full-time / London and New York
For recent graduates looking to 
12 months / full-time / London 
embark on a career in finance. 
For recent graduates with up to two 
For individuals wishing to advance 
For dynamic, mid-career managers 
Designed to prepare experienced 
 
years’ full-time postgraduate work 
their career or change their area 
and professionals who are highly 
senior managers for their next career 
 
experience. Strong interest in Asia 
within finance. 
ambitious and have, or aspire to 
challenge. 
 
and knowledge of Mandarin highly 
 
have, transnational responsibilities. 
 
 
recommended, but not mandatory.
Masters in Management 
MBA 
Executive MBA 
EMBA-Global Asia 
Alumni 
12 months / full-time / London
15–21 months / full-time / London
20 months / study while working 
20 months / study while working full-
Available for recruitment all year 
full-time / London or Dubai
time / Hong Kong, London, New York
round / Global
For recent graduates with less than 
For individuals who are looking to 
one year of full-time postgraduate 
make a vertical shift in their career 
Designed for those who want to 
For dynamic, globally-focused 
Based in more than 150 countries 
corporate work experience or with 
path, change industry or job function, 
accelerate their career into general 
executives and managers wishing 
worldwide, our alumni community 
less than two years in a non-
or develop an entrepreneurial toolkit.
management or move beyond their 
to deepen their understanding 
consists of more than 40,000 globally 
traditional business role.
technical or functional specialism.
of western and eastern business 
focused professionals.
practices.
All admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice.
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