Career preparation, individualized coaching, and personal engagement with leading industry professionals are all woven into the Wisconsin MBA Program, beginning the summer before you arrive and continuing beyond graduation. This comprehensive approach puts Wisconsin MBAs on the fast track with high-caliber internships and full-time positions that lead to rewarding lifelong careers.

Wisconsin MBA alumni are known for bringing specialized knowledge, real-world insights, and inclusive leadership skills to companies worldwide. Top employers—including Fortune 500 companies, consulting firms, rapidly growing startups, arts organizations, and others—turn to the Wisconsin School of Business to recruit and hire outstanding business professionals.

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Employment Statistics

Wisconsin MBAs land attractive internships and full-time positions at top organizations throughout the United States and the world. View our employment outcomes to learn more.

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Employer Connections

The program provides many opportunities for meaningful engagement with recruiting companies and other corporate partners. A highly engaged alumni network supports your success.

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Career Preparation

We help you hit the ground running with proven job search skills, individualized coaching, a career plan tailored to your goals, and powerful alumni and industry connections.

Top Recruiting Companies

Employers partner with the Wisconsin MBA Program because they know they will find well-prepared candidates—professionals who will make an impact from day one and add even more value as they advance in their careers. Fortune 500 companies and others in a wide range of industries return year after year to recruit Wisconsin MBA graduates.

Amazon
Dell
General Mills
Deloitte Consulting
Johnson and Johnson
Land's End
Pepsico
Intuit
Kimberly Clark
P&G
SC Johnson A Family Company
Starbucks Coffee
Target Corporation
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group
The specialization model offered at the Wisconsin School of Business helps students stand out during internship recruitment. Having a level of specialization puts you one step ahead of students from more general MBA programs. When you’re networking at career fairs and can reference specific industries or jobs, you appear more confident and decisive, and that’s more impressive to employers overall.
—Camille Clark, MBA Marketing Research

Recent graduates and a Fortune 500 employer explain how the Wisconsin MBA accelerates careers.

Full-Time Employment Outcomes

MBA Class of 2016

89%

of those actively seeking employment accepted offers within three months of graduation

$96,531

Average base starting salary

$100,000

Median starting salary

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A Top-Notch Career Team Supports Your Success

The professionals in the MBA Career Management Center will work with you one-on-one to develop and implement a career plan. This preparation equips you to make the most of the industry connections you’ll gain in your career specialization.