Similar Programs for Professional Opportunities
Northwestern (Kellogg). Like MIT Sloan, Kellogg sends a large percentage of the class into consulting, and percentages pursuing careers in finance, consumer goods, manufacturing, and even health care are nearly perfectly aligned.
Michigan (Ross). MIT Sloan and Ross are both known as strong operations schools, but the similarities don’t end there. In terms of class percentages, the two schools are nearly identical in the number of graduates going into consulting, consumer goods, finance, manufacturing, and technology.
Stanford. If you want to work in technology or start your own business, but the idea of a New England winter makes you want to curl up and hibernate until spring, Stanford offers an excellent (and warmer) alternative, although other career placement stats (consulting, finance, etc.) don’t match up nearly as well.
Berkeley (Haas). Given its Bay Area location, Haas sends a large number of candidates into the technology sector. Like MIT Sloan, it has strengths in biotech and entrepreneurship, so applicants to MIT Sloan often find themselves applying to Berkeley-Haas as well.
UCLA (Anderson). Another West Coast school with strong ties to technology, Anderson sends an identical percentage of graduates into this sector as does MIT Sloan. Like MIT Sloan, Anderson’s largest employers include the likes of Amazon and Google, with additional strong ties to consulting firms such as Deloitte.