Global Management Education Graduate Survey
See how well programs are meeting student needs.
Get the latest on graduate career aspirations and early job search success.
The Global Management Education Graduate Survey is our annual poll of students in their final year of graduate business school. A total of 5,331 students at 159 business schools worldwide participated in our 2013 survey. More than half (54%) were non-US citizens and 42% attended programs outside the United States. (See the survey methodology for details.)
Job Search: Class of 2013, Report 01
Class of 2013 graduates entered school well prepared, equipped with years of work experience and specific future aspirations in mind. More than half (60%) of job seekers had received job offers at the time of the survey. Find out which job search methods had the greatest success rates and the ways students can maximize their educational experience to secure timely job offers and boost their salary potential after graduation.
Additional summary reports coming soon!
(The following reports are exclusively available to participating schools.)
The new Statistical Briefs give you quick access to data about student employment goals, company preferences, and early job search success by program type and school location. The 2013 Global Management Education Graduate Survey briefs include analyses for 10 degree types in the regions of China, India, Rest of Asia/Pacific Islands, Europe, Latin America, Canada, and the United States.
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