MBA salaries strong amongst global 200 Top Business Schools
According to a new report featuring the World’s 200 top business schools, published on TopMBA.com on 12th October, an MBA remains the most recession proof qualification, with an average MBA salary reported by employers in Europe of $87,500.
Pharmaceutical companies reported the highest average base MBA salary this year at US$92,264, followed by financial services paying US$90,926, consulting paying US$87,627, technology firms paying US$85,815 and general industry paying average MBA salaries of US$82,443.
Many top Business schools report alumni salaries significantly above these averages. The following business schools all feature in the Global 200 Top Business Schools. They are also among the 100+ schools attending the QS World MBA Tour and TopMBA Connect 1-2-1 events taking place across Europe throughout October and their alumni are paid among the highest MBA salaries for their country.
Table: MBA Salaries (US$) Reported By B-Schools in Different Countries (Latest Reported Figures)
You can meet these schools to talk about your MBA prospects at The World MBA Tour and Connect 1-2-1 events. You need to register for both, which you can do by filling out a short online form.
The World MBA Tour is invaluable for those researching their business school options, while TopMBA Connect 1-2-1 gives you the opportunity to take advantage of private meetings with Admissions Directors from top schools.
The QS Global 200 Top business schools are chosen by 2,145 employers worldwide, the largest ever MBA employer survey, based on their experiences and preferences for hiring MBAs.