Kellogg MBA employment outcomes

Every Kellogg graduating class is unique, made up of different experiences, talents and successes. We’re proud to say that this year’s class was no different. 

The employment outcomes for the Full-Time MBA class of 2023 continue to highlight the strong demand for Kellogg talent from a diverse range of employers that spans nearly every industry, including healthcare startups, tech, private equity firms, leading CPG companies and dozens of Fortune 500 corporations.  


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Two-Year MBA 

Our Two-Year MBA Program gives students the flexibility to explore a range of disciplines while developing management and leadership skills along the way.  

Students graduating from the Two-Year Program were able to make career pivots into different industries, or even start their own ventures. We saw students pivot from management consulting to highly sought-after roles in tech and healthcare, and increased interest in professionals seeking finance roles in investment banking and private equity. Examples of roles accepted by our Two-Year MBA graduates include business program manager at Microsoft, associate at McKinsey & Company and assistant vice president of Impact Measurement at US Bank.  

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One-Year MBA 

The One-Year MBA Program is an accelerated option for candidates looking to deepen their business expertise and leadership within an already identified industry.  

Key industries include tech, consulting, finance and consumer packaged goods. Many of this year’s graduates are taking on elevated roles within their pre-Kellogg industry, including go-to-market program manager at Google and vice president at Adams Street Partners. 

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The MMM Program is an immersive dual-degree program in partnership with the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern. Students receive a rigorous business education integrated with a strong foundation in design innovation. MMM graduates receive an MBA from Kellogg and an MS from McCormick.  

Many of this year’s graduates secured roles with tech firms, including senior product manager at Amazon and Salesforce. Others landed in design and innovation teams within retail and consulting companies like Bose and Jump Associates, holding titles such as software product manager and senior innovation strategist. 

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The MBAi Program is offered jointly with the McCormick School of Engineering. This AI-focused MBA is designed to give students the tools to unlock innovative business solutions through complex disciplines like machine learning, data science, artificial intelligence and computational thinking for business. 

Graduates go on to secure roles at the cross-section of business and technology, with titles like product manager at Amazon and Adobe, and senior technical product manager at ServiceNow.    

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Internship Outcomes 

Students in the Two-Year, MMM and MBAi classes of 2024 completed internships in consulting (27%), technology (26%), and financial services (15%) among other industries. Leveraging Kellogg's strong relationships with our recruiting partners and alumni, students secured summer roles at companies such as Boston Consulting Group, Apple, Johnson & Johnson and Evercore Partners.   

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Students graduating in the Full-Time Class of 2023

*Represents Two-Year MBA, MMM and MBAi entering class of 2021 and One-Year MBA entering class of 2022.


Students graduating in the Full-Time Class of 2023


One-Year MBA


Two-Year MBA


MMM Degree


MBAi Degree




U.S. Minority*


International Citizenship*


Years work experience range (middle 80%)*


Age range at graduation*


Class Profile


Demographics, Full-Time Class of 2023

Students graduating in the Full-Time Class of 2023 743
One-Year MBA students 133
Two-Year MBA students 501
MMM students* 64
MBAi students 45
Age range at graduation** 25-39
Work experience range (middle 80%)** 3.0-7.0 years
Women**  46%
U.S. Minority** 41%
International citizenship** 40%
*Dual-degree (MBA+MEM) program in design and operations.
**Data based on 2Y and MMM entering class of 2021 and 1Y entering class of 2022.

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Geographic Representation of MBA Entrants

Geographic Region of MBA Entrants, Full-Time Class of 2023*

International 37.45%
Africa 0.5%
Australia and Pacific Islands 0.4%
Canada 3.6%
Central and South Asia 8.6%
East and Southeast Asia 13.3%
Eastern Europe 0.7%
Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America 7.1%
Middle East 0.8%
Western Europe 2.4%
United States 62.55%
Mid Atlantic 5.8%
Midwest 15.6%
Northeast 15.3%
South 8.1%
Southwest 6.2%
West 11.3%
U.S. Military Base 0.4%
*Represents 2YMBA, MMM and MBAi entering class of 2021 and 1YMBA entering class of 2022.
Data source: Matriculated data. Using Active address for geographic region.

Major Employers

Company — Full-Time

Major Employers — Full-Time Class of 2023

Companies Hiring three or more students1 2 # Hired
AlixPartners 5
Alvarez & Marsal 4
Bain & Company 30
The Boston Consulting Group 50
Deloitte Consulting LLP 8
EY-Parthenon 5
L.E.K. Consulting 3
McKinsey & Company 60
PwC Strategy& 6
Consumer Packaged Goods
General Mills 3
HelloFresh 3
Nike, Inc. 4
Procter & Gamble 4
Financial Services
Alpine Investors III, LP 9
Evercore Partners 4
Goldman Sachs & Co. 5
Guggenheim Partners 3
Morgan Stanley 3
Partners Group 4
Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated 4
Johnson & Johnson 3
H&M 3
Adobe Systems 6
Amazon 23
Apple Inc. 4
Experian 3
Google 8
Intuit Inc. 3
JMA Wireless 3
Microsoft Corporation 6
NVIDIA Corporation 3
1Does not include sponsored students.
2Includes data from One-Year, Two-Year, MMM and MBAi graduates.

Company — Internships

Major Employers of Summer Interns, Class of 2024

Companies hiring three or more students1 2 # Hired
AlixPartners 3
Bain & Company 18
The Boston Consulting Group 57
Deloitte Consulting LLP 7
EY-Parthenon 7
Kearney 7
L.E.K. Consulting 8
McKinsey & Company 23
Oliver Wyman 4
PwC Strategy& 12
Consumer Packaged Goods
Kimberly-Clark Corporation 4
Nike, Inc. 13
Procter & Gamble 3
Financial Services
Bank of America 4
Capital One Financial Corporation 8
Evercore Partners 3
Guggenheim Partners 3
J.P. Morgan 3
JPMorgan Chase & Co. 6
Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated 6
Eli Lilly and Company 3
Genentech, Inc. 3
Johnson & Johnson 6
Cruise Automation 3
Cummins Inc. 5
Danaher Corporation 3
Emerson 3
Media / Entertainment
TikTok Inc. 3
Walmart, Inc. 6
Adobe Systems 16
Amazon 32
Apple Inc. 11
Google 4
Intuit Inc. 9
Samsung Global Strategy Group 3
Uber 4
Western Digital Corporation 3
1Data for sponsored students reporting summer internship details is included in this table.
2Includes data from Two-Year, MMM and MBAi summer interns of the Class of 2024

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