MBA and MFE Employment Reports
Our MBA and MFE 2022 graduates continue to show resilience despite external market vulnerabilities.
In this post-pandemic environment, we continue to support our cohorts to navigate increasingly complex career goals. Through our varied programme of workshops, online resources, industry insights, personalised coaching, and employer connections, we encourage students to build their skills, networks, and confidence to help them take ownership of their careers.
In 2021-22; our largest Masters in Business Administration (MBA) cohort saw 87% of students secure new roles, with an average salary increase of 5.7% to £83,989. Among those who started new jobs, two-thirds relocated to different countries, 58% shifted to a different sector, 64% changed their job function and 27% made transitions in all three areas. More than half of impact-background students successfully moved into mainstream sectors like finance, technology and consulting firms, showcasing the increasing integration of impact roles in established industries. The Middle East (MENA) experienced the highest salary growth, with a significant rise of 26.33% to £108,883. 55% of those in new roles chose to stay in the UK to pursue their career goals.
Our Masters in Financial Economics (MFE) 2021-22 graduates secured some great placements at top firms including BCG, Bank of America, BlackRock, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Strategy& and UBS despite facing some employer cautiousness around the current geo-political and financial environment. Mean salaries continue to rise for the eighth year in a row, reaching £63,251. London and Hong Kong remain favoured destinations.
MBA employment statistics
Key employment outcomes for MBA 21-22.
Accepted an offer within three months of graduation
Received an offer within three months of graduation
Average mean salary
Companies recruited Oxford MBAs
MFE employment statistics
Key employment outcomes for MFE 21-22.
Accepted a job within six months
Average mean salary
Secured a job in UK and Europe
Secured a job in finance
Increase in finance salaries