Marketing Spotlight – MBA Class of 2019

As part of Simon’s newly-launched curriculum for 2019, students are able to choose one of 10 specializations arranged into three tracks—marketing, consulting, and finance. In addition to their specialization, Simon MBAs can also round out their studies by choosing one or more minors, designed to provide a deeper understanding in six key areas.

In Simon’s MBA Class of 2018, 29.4% of graduates were hired in marketing or sales functions with a mean base salary of $98,500. We wanted to introduce you to some current students from the Class of 2019 focusing their studies in marketing to give you a sense of the range of internships our students secure.

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From left to right:
Mrigendra (Mrig) Mrityunjaya – Mattel, Global Brand Marketing Intern
Guilherme Milanezi – Dell, Marketing Development Program
Jasmine Mitchell – Starbucks, Product Management MBA Summer Intern
Silvia Quijada – Capital Group | American Funds, Summer Marketing Associate
Nikhil Pinto – Roche, MBA Summer Intern – Marketing
Cate Bannar – Whirlpool, MBA Brand Management Intern

To learn more about other popular career paths for our MBA graduates, check out our 2018 MBA employment summary. If you have questions about our curriculum or the admissions process, please contact us at admissions@simon.rochester.edu—we would love to hear from you!

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