Top corporations who employed 2014 EDHEC MBAs in 18 countries include Amazon, Amadeus, Asahi Kasei, Bain, BCG, Bertelsmann, Bic Group, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, EY, John Deere, Microsoft, Pinnacle, SHL, Wiland and Whirlpool, among others. Reflecting the MBA’s focus on entrepreneurship, two new companies were successfully launched by 2014 graduates in the UK. Several also joined startups or new ventures abroad, notably Rocket Internet’s ventures in Angola, Malaysia, Nigeria and Paris.
Europe and Asia attracted an equal number of 2014 EDHEC Global MBA graduates, with France, Japan and the UK attracting the highest numbers. Overall the international job market was more dynamic this year for MBA talent in general - you'll find our 2014 graduates in Angola, Belgium, Canada, China, Colombia, Cyprus, France, Germany, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Singapore, UK, USA and Uruguay!
This year's Class of 2015 will complete their MBA projects on June 30th, and are available to bring their global viewpoint, 8 years average experience, intensive MBA business acumen and mullticultural management skills to employers around the world.
According to Sandra Richez, Head of Global MBA Career Services
"The EDHEC Class of 2014 saw a more dynamic global job market for experienced global profiles, permitting a shorter delay for placement, with 94% of those employed accepting offers within 4 months of graduation. Average salaries were also up, at $109 000 per year on average, which represented a 70% average increase in salary from pre- to post-MBA. This year also saw a greater number of our MBA candidates returning to their home countries for work and leveraging their local advantage to make significant career transitions."
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