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					MBA Employment Report 2007
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Celebrating Our Success
We are delighted to report that 2007 has proved to be another great year for our hugely talented MBA classes with 97% of our graduating class receiving an offer of employment within three months of graduation and 99% of our first year students securing a summer internship or project. Our students have continued to accept top positions across the industry, finance and consulting sectors all around the world. Located in the world’s finance capital, it is unsurprising that financial roles continue to be a popular choice among London Business School students. In particular, the efforts of our business development team to diversify our finance recruitment partners have paid dividends and their success is reflected in the increased number of students entering the finance sector upon graduation – up from 42% to 46%. Consulting and industry continue to attract more than 50% of our graduates and here too we see a diversity of global recruiting partners drawing from London Business School talent. The appeal of our students to top recruiters across the board is reflected by a steady salary increase across all sectors in 2007 with the greatest increase in Global Industry, particularly in FMCG, Energy and Media roles. Our 2007 class is also the most entrepreneurial in recent years with 5% opting to start their own venture upon graduation. Not to be outdone, our first years have proved that they are highly sought after by recruiters. The number of first years undertaking more than one internship this summer almost doubled, rising from 6% in 2006 to 11% in 2007, proving that recruiters continue to value the skills, leadership and global outlook of our students.

Connecting Great Talent to Great Opportunities
This year, Career Services have taken great strides in streamlining the processes we use to connect our global talent to the best opportunities available. June 2007 saw the successful launch of Career Central – our world-class online recruitment system. Neither students nor recruiters wasted any time familiarising themselves with this one-stop service for CV creation and search, job postings, and presentation and interview scheduling. We continue to build ongoing relationships with top corporate recruiters around the globe and, in addition to welcoming a record number of recruiters to campus, our teams are on the road meeting organisations in Hong Kong, New York, California and continental Europe, to name just a few of our recent visits in 2007. Student treks and competitions to Dubai, Madrid, Paris and India amongst others continue to showcase the best and brightest of London Business School talent. Our lifelong connection with our alumni has also gone from strength to strength with the success of our Alumni Job Board and CV Database. Both recruiters and alumni are enjoying the benefits of this service which enables recruiters to connect with our community of over 27,000 alumni. And, with so much going on, we recently launched our quarterly recruiter newsletter to ensure that our recruiting partners are always kept up-to-date with the latest news from around the London Business School community.

Looking Forward
Overall, 2007 was another bumper year for recruitment and the appointment of a new Director and several new staff members has brought additional expertise to an already vital and committed Career Services team. Having just welcomed our first Dubai-EMBA class to our community, we are already looking forward to building upon our successes in 2008. We will kick off with a packed week of Corporate Partner presentations in the second week of January, followed by our second annual “Industry Month” in February, a full schedule of presentations, careers fairs and interviews through February and March, and our annual Recruiters Forum at the end of the summer term. We hope that this report is helpful in setting out the choices of our graduating and first year MBA students. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me or a member of the Career Services team who will be happy to help. Best wishes, Diane Morgan, Director, Career Services
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Contents
The London Business School Advantage How to Recruit from London Business School MBA Recruiters MBA 2007/8 Class Profiles MBA 2007 Employment Profile MBA 2007 Career Decisions MBA 2007 Salary Information MBA 2008 Summer Employment Profile 4 5 6 8 10 11 13 17

The London Business School advantage
London Business School graduates provide the outstanding global business capabilities, diversity, international outlook and professional experience that make a real difference to business. If you are looking to recruit truly world-class business talent, there are many ways to get to know our students and to raise awareness of your company on campus. Whatever your requirements, Career Services will work in partnership with you to help you access the talent you need. We provide our students with the global business capabilities required for success. Our programmes are consistently ranked among the top ten in the world, and we are committed to our vision to be the pre-eminent global business school. London Business School’s 1,400 degree students and 5,000-plus executive education participants come from 130 countries. Our 89 world-renowned faculty members come from more than 30 countries and produce world-impacting research including the annual Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and Global Investment Returns Yearbook. We have more than 40 Corporate Partners and our students are employed by over 200 different companies each year. Our 27,000 alumni lead big organisations, run governments, transform communities and start new businesses in over 120 countries.

Diversity
London Business School awards more than 800 degrees each year. Our students leave campus with sharp decision making and problem-solving skills, a strategic mindset and a global view of leadership.

We offer the widest range of rigorous degree programmes of any top business school. Our six programmes suit people at all stages of their professional development: • MBA – Develops multi-skilled professionals into tomorrow’s leading global players. The 15-21 month programme is rigorous and flexible. It provides students with the knowledge, skills and attributes for success in global business • Executive MBA (EMBA) – A dynamic, 20-month programme for fully employed, mid-career managers and professionals. EMBA participants make a real and immediate impact on their organisations • EMBA-Global – Participants receive MBAs from both London Business School and Columbia Business School in New York. Designed for fast-track executives able to demonstrate sustained management experience with an international focus • Dubai-London EMBA – This world class programme transforms ambitious and committed mid-career managers into senior and influential business men and women. The programme provides a breadth of knowledge across every discipline of business and management and the skills to influence strategy at all levels in an organisation • Sloan Fellowship MSc – A full-time, 10-month masters in management emphasising leadership and self-development. Designed for successful executives, professionals and entrepreneurs with significant experience of decision making at strategic levels • Masters in Finance (MiF) – This unique, specialist masters degree in finance is widely regarded as the pre-eminent postgraduate qualification for finance professionals. Meets on a full-time and part-time basis • PhD Programme – Primes exceptional scholars for faculty positions in leading business schools, universities and research institutions.

London Business School MBA programme
The London Business School MBA Programme develops managers who demonstrate truly global business capabilities. They have strong skills in analysis and are given a core grounding in finance, strategy, marketing, technology, accounting, entrepreneurship, economics and organisational behaviour. By the time they graduate, all our MBA students have had to demonstrate key project management and implementation skills, and have an in-depth knowledge of a large number of industries. They are grounded by a strong sense of business ethics, and corporate and social responsibility, and they have the

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ability to thrive anywhere in the world working within cross-cultural teams. Skilled presenters and communicators, they also have the flexibility to deal with pressing deadlines, and to flourish in today’s fast-paced, fast-changing business environment. Above all, our MBA students emerge from London Business School with the ability to lead and implement change. The programme maximises student potential through a rigorous and challenging curriculum, which includes the Global Leadership Development Programme, a strong emphasis on project work, access to a hugely varied elective portfolio, a Career and Professional Skills Development Programme of some 75+ courses, a languages programme, and the opportunity to go on International Exchange with one of 30 top schools worldwide. In addition, students follow their own passions through their involvement in student clubs, initiating and taking part in a huge number of professional, social and sporting events.

• Alumni Career Services We can also meet your recruiting requirements for ‘experienced hire’ positions. London Business School has more than 27,000 alumni from its degree and Executive Education programmes in more than 120 countries. The London Business School Alumni Job Board and CV Database services will help you to identify high-calibre talent efficiently and cost-effectively. To post a job to alumni or to search the Alumni CV Database, please visit www.london.edu/recruiters or contact Nadim Choudhury (Email: nchoudhury@london.edu or Tel: 020 7000 7421) Key Contacts • Alumni Career Services Nadim Choudhury Email: nchoudhury@london.edu Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7421 • Financial Services Ewa Kolaszewska Email: ekolaszewska@london.edu Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7436 Helen Green Email: hgreen@london.edu Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7410 • Global Industry Joanne Calver Email: jcalver@london.edu Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7430 David Morris Email: dmorris@london.edu Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7432 • Management Consulting June O’Connor Email: joconnor@london.edu Telephone: +44 (0)20 7000 7418

How to recruit from London Business School
There are a number of ways to recruit from London Business School. You are welcome to: • Advertise jobs online to our students on Career Central – www.london.edu/recruiters/careercentral.html Post your position online, free of charge • Review our CV Books Our CV books contain individual CVs of MBA and MiF students looking for full-time positions or summer assignments. Contact students directly to discuss vacancies or, alternatively, contact Career Services to discuss suitable students • Search our students’ CVs Register on Career Central and we will provide you with online access to CVs from our MBA, EMBA, Masters in Finance and Sloan students – www.london.edu/recruiters/careercentral.html • Recruit on campus London Business School provides facilities for you to present and interview on campus. Presentations are an excellent opportunity for students to learn more about your company. You can also host a networking event, where students and your representatives can meet. Career Services is delighted to assist you with scheduling your presentations, and subsequent interviews. Please contact the relevant Career Services contact to discuss your needs.

Statement of professional standards
Please familiarise yourself with our Statement of Professional Standards for recruiters which can be found on our website at www.london.edu/recruiters

Hiring non-EU students in the UK
Internships and Projects – Students do not need work authorisation when undertaking a summer internship or project in the UK. They are also able to work part-time (up to 20 hours a week) during their programmes. Permanent hires – The MBA provision within the UK’s Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) allows MBA graduates from London Business School to work in the UK after completing their MBAs. With the HSMP, our graduates do not need any further work authorisation.

Disclaimer The information in this report is compiled from data provided to London Business School by the students and recruiters. London Business School has not independently verified the information, and gives no warranty as to its accuracy.

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MBA Recruiters
Companies that hired students from London Business School in 2007, either on a permanent basis or during the summer

Please note that many more companies presented on our campus and/or posted opportunities for our students. 3i Abbott Laboratories Abraaj Capital Accel Partners Accenture Actis Capital Activision Added Value Advance Group of Companies Affentranger Associates AFLAC, Japan AIG Global Real Estate Private Equity Aldwych International Alegro Capital Alvarez & Marsal Amadeus Capital Partners Amazon American Express Amgen Anglo American Antisoma Apollo Real Estate Apple Ares Management A.T. Kearney Avanoo Avenue Capital Bain & Company Banco de Credito BCP Banco Itau BBA Banco Santander Central Hispano Bank of America Barclays Bank Barclays Capital Barclays Global Investors Barclays Wealth BBC Worldwide BBVA Bear Stearns Booz Allen Hamilton BP Bridgepoint Capital British American Tobacco BT
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Business Planning Services CalPERS - Alternative Investment Management Capgemini Capital Group Carval Investors Catalyst Fund Management Ltd Cementhai Sales and Marketing CEMEX Cerner Cisco Systems Citigroup Climate Change Capital Commercial Industrial Finance Corp - CIFC ConocoPhillips Consolidated Press Holdings Crédit Agricole (Suisse) SA Credit Suisse Datamonitor Deloitte Delta Partners Group Deutsche Bank Deutsche Post World Net Diamond Management & Technology Consultants Discovery Networks Donaldsons DuPont de Nemours DZ Bank E2 Research LLP Eli Lilly EMAP ESO Capital Expedia Explorer Capital Ferrari UK Ltd Fidelity International Firefly Tonics Ltd Fortune Street Future Considerations Gearbulk (UK) Ltd

General Electric General Mills/Nestle (CPW Joint Venture) Glanbia Glencore International AG Global Investors GoIndustry Goldman Sachs Google GP Bullhound Grosvenor HarperCollins Publishers Harrison Varma Henderson Global Investors Hines Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin HSBC Hutchison Port Holdings IBM Imagini Ltd. IMPACT BBDO IMS Health India Pistons Limited Inditex Infosys Infosys Consulting Incorporated ING Ingenious Ventures Investec IPC Media Item Group ITV.com Johnson & Johnson JP Morgan JP Morgan Cazenove Kaiser Permanente Klesch & Company Kotak Investment Advisory Ltd KPMG Corporate Finance L’Oreal Lazard & Co Lehman Brothers L.E.K. Consulting

LexisNexis LG Electronics Liberty Global LNG Capital LLP London 2012 London Business School London Business School Summer Consulting Team London Business School Summer Entrepreneurshp Programme LVMH (Moet Hennessy Europe) M3 Capital Partners Macquarie Maersk Brokers Marakon Associates (Trinsum) Markit Group McKinsey & Company MD-Plus Medtronic Merrill Lynch Metinvest MetLife Chile Millennium Finance Corporation Mondrian Investment Partners Monster.com Morgan Stanley National Theatre Network Economy Group New Philanthropy Capital News International NIBC Capital Partners Nike Nikko Asset Management Ltd Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. NTT Communications Corporation Oando OC&C

Strategy Consultants Ocado Old Lane OpenHydro Orbis Investment Advisory Oxara Energy Group Paddy Power Patron Capital Partners PayPal Mobile Pendvest PensionDCisions Ltd Peppers & Rodgers Pepsico Pfizer PIMCO PPF Invesments PrivatSea Reckitt Benckiser Reed Elsevier Reuters Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Royal Bank of Scotland salesforce.com Satya Capital Schindler Management Sentient Jets / JetDirect Sequenom, Inc Shell Shell Foundation Skype Slingshot SNC-Lavalin Sotheby's Spectrum Strategy Consultants Spy Publishing Standard Bank Standard Chartered Bank Stark Investments Starwood Hotels T5M Target Tate & Lyle Tech Mahindra Telsul Terra Firma Capital

The Boston Consulting Group The Capital Fund (YFM Group) The Carlyle Group The Parthenon Group Tishman Speyer Tokyo Electric Power Company Trivop.com T Rowe Price International Tusk Capital Management UBS Value Partners Verdane Capital Advisors Viagogo Warner Bros International Television Watson Wyatt Wharton Asset Management What If! Ventures Willis Group Limited Yahoo! ZS Associates

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MBA 2007/8 Class Profile
MBA 2007 Class Profile
Graduates Female students Age Range Years Relevant Work Experience Years Experience Range Nationalities 321 22% 23-36 5.5 2-14 57

MBA 2008 Class Profile
Students Female Students Age Range Years Relevant Work Experience Years Experience Range Nationalities 310 28% 22-36 5.5 2-13 51

MBA 2007 Regional Background
Africa/Middle East 6% Asia (excluding India) 11% Australia/New Zealand 4% EU (excluding UK) 17% Latin America 11% Non-EU Europe 4% North America 23% UK 9% India 15%

MBA 2008 Regional Background
Africa/Middle East 5% Asia (excluding India) 10% India 14% Australia/New Zealand 3% EU (excluding UK) 22% Latin America 8% Non-EU Europe 5% USA 18% Canada 4% UK 12%

MBA 2007 Professional Background
Consulting 22% Finance 17% Project Management 12% General Management 8% Marketing and Sales 7%

MBA 2008 Professional Background
Finance 26% Consulting 20% Technology 13% Manufacturing/Engineering 7% Marketing/Publishing/Media 6% Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals 5% Energy 4% Public Sector/Not for Profit 4% Automotive/Aerospace 4% FMCG/Retail 3% Other 8%

New Business Development 6% Engineering 5% IT 4% Operations Management 4% Research and Development 2% Legal 2% Accounting 1% HR/Recruitment 1% Medicine/Healthcare 1% Other 8%
* This is a current profile. Our admissions decisions are taken in accordance with best equal opportunities practice. ** Typically, participants have between five and six years relevant (management) experience, although each applicant will be considered on his/her own merit. The School values diversity and promotes a positive work and study environment.

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MBA 2007 Employment Profile
Summary Data
Graduates holding offers three months after graduation Graduates who had accepted offers after three months New Employer Previous Employer Starting Own Business

97% 96% 87% 8% 5%

Sector Choice
Financial Services Management Consulting Global Industry

100 32 80 60 30 40 20 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 22 46 25 48 25 23 33 33 31

30

38

42

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Major Recruiters
Financial Services Barclays Group Lehman Brothers Deutsche Bank HSBC American Express Citigroup Merrill Lynch Credit Suisse Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley Standard Chartered Bank BBVA UBS Capital Group DZ Bank Fidelity Investments General Electric Harrison Varma JP Morgan Macquarie Bank Orbis 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 A.T. Kearney ZS Associates Global Industry Google BP Inditex BT Cemex Johnson & Johnson LexisNexis Butterworths Nike Reed Elsevier Shell 2 2

17 11 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 2

Management Consulting Booz Allen Hamilton 15 McKinsey & Company 14 Bain & Company 6 L.E.K. Consulting 6 The Boston Consulting Group 6 Accenture 4

5 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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MBA 2007 Career Decisions

Employer Sector
46% Financial Services Investment Banking Asset Management Corporate or Commercial Banking Venture Capital/Private Equity Retail or Private Banking Retail Finance Insurance/Real Estate 31% Global Industry Startup Manufacturing Media Energy Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals Internet Technology/Telecommunications FMCG Other Retail 23% Management Consulting Generalist Specialist

22% 6% 5% 5% 4% 3% 1%

Primary Location
5% 5% 4% 3% 3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 1% UK Asia Western Europe North America Africa/Middle East Eastern Europe Latin America Oceania 69% 10% 8% 6% 2% 2% 2% 1%

20% 3%

Career Transition
Went into Consulting from: Consulting Finance Industry

31% 12% 57%

Job Function
Finance Consulting General Management Business Development Marketing or Sales Strategic Planning Project Management Other 45% 24% 9% 5% 5% 5% 4% 3%

Went into Finance from: Consulting Finance Industry Went into Industry from: Consulting Finance Industry

19% 39% 42%

12% 17% 71%

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MBA 2007 Career Decisions
Source of Opportunity
69% School Community Career Services (events, on-campus presentations, job postings, CV search) Fellow student Alumni Club events (fairs, panels, speakers, club CV books, etc.) Networking 31% Outside Sources Personal contacts Other Executive search Speculative letters/cold calling Internet job boards

56%

5% 4% 2% 2%

14% 7% 5% 3% 2%

Primary Reason for Accepting Job
Nature of work Promotion prospects Work/Life balance Compensation Location 73% 10% 7% 5% 5%

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MBA 2007 Salary Information
Salary Information
Overall Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Healthcare Relocation Stock Options Car Mortgage 2nd year fees 100% 67% 60% 74% 54% 17% 14% 11% 11%

UK Pounds
Min Max Mean Median

US Dollars***
Min Max Mean Median

£25,497 £110,000 £2,625 £60,000 £1,988 £150,000

£59,982 £58,000 £18,698 £16,000 £19,317 £15,000

$52,928 $228,342 $124,512 $120,399 $5,449 $124,550 $38,815 $33,213 $4,127 $311,376 $40,098 $31,138

By Region
UK Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Latin America Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Rest of Europe Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus North America Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Asia Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus

UK Pounds
Min Max £45,000 £110,000 £3,000 £60,000 £3,500 £150,000 Min Max £33,638 £56,169 £10,501 £13,126 £9,940 £16,819 Min Max £37,443 £86,063 £6,736 £30,635 £5,787 £40,847 Min Max £35,986 £68,256 £2,625 £28,877 £2,625 £21,002 Min Max £25,497 £78,757 £6,259 £31,503 £1,988 £42,004 Mean Median £61,699 £60,000 £20,296 £20,000 £21,844 £18,000 Mean Median £40,709 £37,002 £11,463 £10,763 £13,002 £12,624 Mean Median £56,154 £53,638 £15,134 £13,616 £15,752 £11,573 Mean Median £51,310 £49,879 £11,485 £8,532 £8,061 £5,513 Mean Median £51,826 £51,481 £14,348 £10,733 £16,455 £11,256

US Dollars***
Min Max Mean Median $93,413 $228,342 $128,077 $124,550 $6,228 $124,550 $42,131 $41,517 $7,265 $311,376 $45,345 $37,365 Min Max Mean Median $69,827 $116,598 $84,506 $76,810 $21,798 $27,247 $23,796 $22,342 $20,634 $34,914 $26,989 $26,204 Min Max Mean Median $77,726 $178,653 $116,566 $111,344 $13,983 $63,593 $31,416 $28,265 $12,013 $84,792 $32,698 $24,024 Min Max Mean Median $74,701 $141,688 $106,511 $103,541 $5,449 $59,944 $23,842 $17,711 $5,449 $43,597 $16,734 $11,444 Min Max Mean Median $52,928 $163,487 $107,582 $106,866 $12,993 $65,395 $29,784 $22,280 $4,127 $87,194 $34,158 $23,366

100% 63% 48%

100% 60% 60%

100% 56% 78%

100% 57% 64%

100% 48% 72%

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US Dollars – Converted at 2.0758 dollars to the pound on 31 October 2007

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MBA 2007 Salary Information

By Sector
Management Consulting Base Salary 100% Sign-On Bonus 89% Year-End Bonus 61% Financial Services Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Global Industry Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Energy Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus FMCG Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus Healthcare Base Salary Sign-On Bonus Year-End Bonus

UK Pounds
Min Max £35,320 £80,000 £5,000 £40,000 £3,500 £28,000 Min Max £36,753 £98,000 £5,000 £60,000 £3,500 £150,000 Min Max £25,497 £110,000 £2,625 £30,000 £1,988 £27,198 Min Max £47,655 £110,000 £13,000 £22,500 £7,000 £20,000 Min Max £48,000 £71,669 £6,000 £7,500 £5,000 £27,198 Min Max £28,877 £68,256 £2,625 £30,000 £2,625 £9,000 Mean Median £62,640 £68,000 £14,965 £15,000 £13,373 £12,350 Mean Median £60,093 £58,000 £23,218 £22,000 £28,234 £20,000 Mean Median £56,335 £56,489 £11,666 £10,212 £10,462 £8,993 Mean Median £66,856 £61,000 £17,750 £17,750 £11,309 £9,119 Mean Median £62,993 £66,151 £6,750 £6,750 £16,780 £17,461 Mean Median £52,431 £53,752 £13,865 £11,814 £6,633 £7,397

US Dollars***
Min Max Mean Median $73,319 $166,067 $130,030 $141,157 $10,379 $83,034 $31,065 $31,138 $7,265 $58,123 $27,760 $25,636 Min Max Mean Median $76,293 $203,432 $124,744 $120,399 $10,379 $124,550 $48,197 $45,668 $7,265 $311,376 $58,609 $41,517 Min Max Mean Median $52,928 $228,342 $116,942 $117,262 $5,449 $62,275 $24,217 $21,198 $4,127 $56,459 $21,718 $18,668 Min Max Mean Median $98,924 $228,342 $138,782 $126,626 $26,986 $46,706 $36,846 $36,846 $14,531 $41,517 $23,476 $18,929 Min Max Mean Median $99,640 $148,773 $130,763 $137,319 $12,455 $15,569 $14,012 $14,012 $10,379 $56,459 $34,832 $36,245 Min Max Mean Median $59,944 $141,688 $108,837 $111,580 $5,449 $62,275 $28,782 $24,523 $5,449 $18,683 $13,768 $15,355

100% 70% 56%

100% 41% 68%

100% 33% 67%

100% 25% 50%

100% 75% 75%

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By Sector
Manufacturing Base Salary 100% Sign-On Bonus 18% Year-End Bonus 64% Media Base Salary 100% Sign-On Bonus 33% Year-End Bonus 58% Retail Base Salary 100% Sign-On Bonus 100% Year-End Bonus 75% Technology/Telecoms Base Salary 100% + Sign-On Bonus 0% Year-End Bonus 80% Internet Base Salary 100% + 0% Sign-On Bonus + Year-End Bonus 20%

UK Pounds
Min Max £25,497 £70,000 £6,736 £15,717 £1,988 £12,749 Min Max £45,000 £90,000 £12,000 £20,000 £3,912 £16,250 Min Max £44,932 £59,909 £10,212 £10,501 £6,808 £10,212 Min Max £33,638 £86,063 £3,446 £25,000 Min Max £49,879 £68,078 Mean Median £49,143 £53,887 £11,227 £11,227 £6,880 £6,000 Mean Median £61,663 £62,500 £16,000 £16,000 £10,666 £13,000 Mean Median £50,789 £49,157 £10,284 £10,212 £8,669 £8,986 Mean Median £52,135 £43,759 £16,695 £19,168 Mean Median £56,050 £52,000 -

US Dollars***
Min Max Mean Median $52,928 $145,309 $102,013 $111,861 $13,983 $32,626 $23,304 $23,304 $4,127 $26,465 $14,281 $12,455 Min Max Mean Median $93,413 $186,825 $128,003 $129,740 $24,910 $41,517 $33,213 $33,213 $8,121 $33,732 $22,141 $26,986 Min Max Mean Median $93,272 $124,361 $105,429 $102,041 $21,198 $21,798 $21,348 $21,198 $14,132 $21,198 $17,995 $18,653 Min Max Mean Median $69,827 $178,653 $108,224 $90,837 $7,153 $51,896 $34,657 $39,789 Min Max Mean Median $103,541 $141,319 $116,350 $107,944 -

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US Dollars – Converted at 2.0758 dollars to the pound on 31 October 2007 Insufficient data

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MBA 2008 Summer Employment Profile
Summer Internships/Projects

Summary Data
Students undertaking an internship or project New employer More than one employer Self-employed Previous employer Students Reporting Students Seeking 100% 95% 11% 2% 3% 100% 97%

Primary Location
UK Asia Western Europe North America Middle East Africa Eastern Europe 76% 9% 8% 3% 2% 1% 1%

Employer Sector
56% Financial Services Investment Banking Asset Management Venture Capital/Private Equity Corporate or Commercial Banking Retail or Private Banking Real Estate 27% Global Industry Internet Energy FMCG/Marketing Media Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals Technology/Telecommunications Manufacturing Not for profit Retail Other 17% Management Consulting

28% 9% 7% 6% 4% 2%

Source of Opportunity
83% School Community Career Services (events, on 71% campus presentations, job postings, CV search) Fellow Student 3% Networking 3% Alumni 2% Club events (fairs, panels, speakers, 2% club CV books, etc.) Faculty 1% School Community – Other 1% 17% Outside Sources Personal Contacts 13% Speculative Letters or Cold Calling 1% Other 3%

5% 4% 4% 4% 3% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1%

Job Function
Finance Consulting Marketing or Sales Strategic Planning Business Development General Management Entrepreneur Operations Project Management Human Resources Practitioner 51% 25% 5% 5% 4% 3% 2% 2% 2% 1%
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MBA 2008 Summer Employment Profile

Major Recruiters
Financial Services Barclays Group Lehman Brothers Deutsche Bank Goldman Sachs Merrill Lynch American Express Morgan Stanley UBS JP Morgan Citigroup HSBC 3i Credit Suisse Banco Santander Central Hispano General Electric Bank of America Capital Group Fidelity Investments Nikko Asset Management Orbis PIMCO Standard Bank Management Consulting Booz Allen Hamilton 11 McKinsey & Company 9 Accenture 6 London Business School 6 Summer Consulting The Boston Consulting Group 5 Bain & Company 3 Capgemini 2 Deloitte 2 L.E.K Consulting 2 Marakon Associates (Trinsum) 2 The Parthenon Group 2 Global Industry Shell BP Amazon British American Tobacco BT Eli Lilly Infosys News International Pepsico Discovery Networks Expedia Google Johnson & Johnson L’Oreal Medtronic Samsung Yahoo!

19 15 11 10 10 8 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

7 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Weekly Compensation
Overall Mean Median Min Max Consulting Mean Median Min Max UK Pounds 1,003 1,100 100 2,000 US Dollars*** 2,081 2,283 208 4,152

Weekly Compensation
Finance Mean Median Min Max Industry Mean Median Min Max UK Pounds 1,016 1,111 136 1,838 US Dollars*** 2,110 2,306 282 3,815

1,233 1,300 500 2,000

2,560 2,699 1,038 4,152

761 800 100 1,600

1,580 1,661 208 3,321

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US Dollars – Converted at 2.0758 dollars to the pound on 31 October 2007

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