Careers statistics released as business school prepares to welcome next MBA cohort to physically distanced campus
The MBA programme at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford has reported an employment rate of 95% for its 2018-2019 alumni, rising for a third consecutive year despite challenging economic conditions. The average salary increased to £73,433, up from £72,618 for the 2017-18 cohort.
51.4% of 2018-19 Oxford MBA alumni found employment in the UK and Europe while a significant number of students secured roles in North America and Asia (17.3% and 17.8% respectively).
The positive statistics were released as Saïd Business School prepares to welcome 2020-21 MBA students to a physically distanced campus on 5th October.
Drawing on the quintessential Oxford style of learning, a substantial portion of the programme will be delivered in small groups led by the School’s faculty. Teaching groups have been quartered from 80 to 20 students, with in-person classes supported by ‘on demand’ digital content.