The Ross School’s Career Services is well-positioned for the challenging economic climate into which new MBAs are heading. In keeping with the school’s broad-based management curriculum, Career Services offers a diverse portfolio of recruiting companies and industries to allow you considerable flexibility in your job search, as well as room for adaptation.
Career Services consists of two staff groups -- career counseling and recruiter relations -- that partner with students to clarify goals and develop strategies to achieve them. Together, they provide such critical resources as
- Individual counseling and workshops
- job search strategy
- off-campus job search
- resume writing
- interviewing skills
- negotiating skills
- Online databases
- Recruiting events and corporate presentations
- On-campus interviewing
You’ll walk into interviews with recruiters armed with concrete achievements culled from MAP and other action-based learning experiences.
The Class of 2012 had access to over 2,400 on-campus interview slots. In terms of function, 38 percent of 2012 graduates placed in consulting, with 21 percent in marketing and 19 percent in finance. The median salary for members of the Class of 2012 was $110,000.