|Students graduating in the Full-time Class of 2017||678|
|— One-Year MBA students||132|
|— Two-Year MBA students||488|
|— MMM students*||58|
|Age range at graduation||25-41|
|Work experience range (middle 80%)||3 - 7 years|
|U.S. minority||23 %|
|International citizenship||40 %|
|* Dual-degree (MBA + MEM) program in design and operations.|
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|— Africa||0.7 %|
|— Australia and Pacific Islands||0.5 %|
|— Canada||2.1 %|
|— Central and South Asia||6.2 %|
|— East and Southeast Asia||14.0 %|
|— Eastern Europe||0.7 %|
|— Mexico, Caribbean, and Latin America||8.6 %|
|— Middle East||2.4 %|
|— Western Europe||3.2 %|
|*Represents 2Y and MMM entering class of 2015 and 1Y entering class of 2016.|
|Total graduates seeking employment||556|
|Not seeking employment|
|— Company-sponsored/already employed||100|
|— Continuing education||2|
|— Postponing job search||4|
|— Starting a new business*||12|
|— Not seeking employment for other reasons||3|
|Total not seeking employment||121|
|*Students exclusively focused on starting a new business|
|— Student received a job offer||85.4 %|
|— Student accepted a job||79.5 %|
|By three months post-graduation|
|— Student received a job offer||94.1 %|
|— Student accepted a job||90.8 %|
|*Percent of students who were seeking employment|
Please note that the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Employment Reports only include data from the 1Y, MMM and 2Y programs. This differs from previous years’ employment reports, which included data from the 1Y, MMM, 2Y, JDMBA, MDMBA, E&W OCR and Sponsored populations. As a result, benchmarking these more recent reports against previous reports is not advised.