Business School

Graduate degrees in business and management (MBA) continue to be the most common master’s-level degrees awarded in the United States. Why? First, the return on investment is compelling; according to a recent Graduate Management Admission’s Council Alumni Perspective’s Survey Report:

  • Earnings: Graduates of management education programs earn $2.5 million in cumulative base salary 20 years after graduation, although earnings may vary based on your age.
  • Repayment: Graduates recoup their educational investment in four years or less after graduation.
  • Employment: 92% of surveyed graduates are employed.
  • Career Growth: 75% of surveyed graduates report that the degree accelerated their careers.
  • Satisfaction: 93% and 89% of graduates note that their degree was, respectively, personally and professionally rewarding and 90% would pursue the degree again.

An MBA is a structured, rigorous, and comprehensive program through which you can build the skills to lead. The future of work will demand leaders who are fluent in social and emotional intelligence and competent in collaborating across borders, cultures, disciplines, and technologies; an MBA can help you get there.

Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative (Free for Yale College students)

Yale OCS is pleased to offer our students the opportunity to join the Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative for free. As a sponsor school, the Rising Star Initiative offers undergraduate women at Yale, across majors, the opportunity to develop skills …

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Mentoring Master Class: Peer Mentoring Groups

Mentors shape our careers by guiding us through difficult decisions. But, how do you find a good mentor? In this series, Dr. Joanne Kamens advocates for the use of Peer Mentoring Groups as a method to provide and receive valuable …

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4th Annual Yale Postdoc Symposium

We invite you to the 4th Annual Postdoc Symposium to be held ONLINE on Tuesday, June 15th, and on Thursday, June 17th, 2021. The symposium welcomes Postdocs and Associate Research Scientists (ARS) from all departments and fields of research to …

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91.6% of those graduating between July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020 91.7% employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation $71,030 among graduates employed in the United States. Financial Services, Education, Consulting, Technology and Healthcare
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First Destination refers to the postgraduate plans of Yale College graduates six months after graduation. The pursuits of Yale graduates include employment, graduate school, independent research, military service, and more.

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