The Master of Finance Class of 2022 were welcomed into a market with high demand for quantitative finance skills: 100% received an offer within six months of graduation, and 98.3% accepted an offer within six months of graduation. MIT Sloan Master of Finance graduates found opportunities for impact in quantitatively rigorous roles across a variety of finance functions, including: Quantitative Research/Data Science (19.0%), IBD/Transactions Advisory (19.0%), Quantitative Trading – Research/Sales (17.2%), and Portfolio Management (8.6%).
The Top Employers (by number of full-time hires) of the Class of 2022 are: JP Morgan Chase & Co. (9), Bank of America (5), Goldman Sachs (5), McKinsey & Company (5), BlackRock (4), China International Capital Corporation (4), Deutsche Bank (4), Morgan Stanley (4), UBS (4).
The median base salary for our graduates increased 7% to $109,600, and the average base salary increased 3% to $110,991. The median signing bonus was $12,000, and the average was $24,561. MIT Sloan Master of Finance graduates accepted opportunities in key financial centers around the world, including: New York City (28.4%), Hong Kong (18.1%), Beijing (6.0%), and Boston (6.0%).
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