MBA Career and Salaries

Many MBA students decide to pursue graduate degrees in business administration in order to boost their job prospects and salaries. According to the QS International Recruitment Survey and Salary Report 2007, MBA salaries have increased more rapidly than salaries for non-MBA with four years work experience. The QS Report revealed that the average MBA salary in "consulting/professional services" sector is US$ 99,154.

Graduates of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program will have a wide variety of career options and opportunities such as the follows:
- Chief Financial Officer, analysts, financial manager.
- Bank managers.
- Management trainee or executive.
- Human resource managers.
- Investment bankers.
- Management consultant.
- Establish own company.
- Marketing manager, public relations manager or marketing director.
- Project managers.
- Sales managers.
- Healthcare managers.