Internships Overview, MBA Class of 2021

This information is as of September 14, 2020 and is collected and reported according to MBA CSEA Standards. Total student population for this report includes those graduating in May, 2021.

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Students in the Class of 2021
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Seeking Students Reported Job Offers
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Seeking Students Reported Job Acceptances
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Students Accepting Offer with Startup*

Accepted Offers by Industry

  • 36% Financial Services
  • 16.9% Technology
  • 16.4% Consulting
  • 7.4% Health Care
  • 5.3% Social Impact
  • 5.2% Retail
  • 2.8% Consumer Products
  • 2.3% Manufacturing
  • 2.1% Real Estate
  • 1.6% Other
  • 1.5% FinTech
  • 1.3% Energy
  • 1.3% Media, Entertainment, & Sports

Accepted Offers by Country

Class Profile

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Female
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International Students
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U.S. Students of Color
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Median Years of Work Experience

Undergrad Major

  • 43% Humanities/Social Sciences
  • 30% Engineering/Math/Science
  • 27% Business

Previous Industry Experience

  • 25% Consulting
  • 12% PE/VC
  • 10% Other
  • 9% Non Profit/Government
  • 9% Technology
  • 9% Investment Banking
  • 6% Other Financial Services
  • 5% Investment Management
  • 5% Healthcare
  • 4% CPG/Retail
  • 3% Energy
  • 3% Media & Entertainment

*Wharton MBA Career Management defines a startup as a “new” company at any stage from pre-seed to pre-IPO that is founded by one or more entrepreneurs to develop and bring to market a product or service.

This information is as of September 12, 2019 to September 14, 2020 and is collected and reported according to MBA CSEA Standards. When listed, guaranteed compensation is per month, and does not include discretionary bonuses or other forms of compensation. In accordance with MBA CSEA Standards, compensation is not listed for categories reported by less than 1% of students seeking employment.