Vanderbilt Business students had another record employment year, with MBA salaries reaching new highs and students across our programs finding dream careers in a wide range of organizations. See detailed employment reports for MBA and MSF.
As part of the Grameen Foundation's "Bankers without Borders" program, the Turner Family Center deployed four Vanderbilt graduate students to Ghana to help GhScientific develop a model to scale up. Read More.
Following a 20-year career as a corporate ethics and compliance executive, Megan Barry (MBA '93) was elected Music City's mayor, the first woman in history to hold this title. Tune into Megan's conversation with Dean Eric Johnson.
Vanderbilt Master of Accountancy students are all smiles during Immersion Week as they participate in networking events and interview for internship positions with Big 4 accounting firms. Learn more about the program here.
A former student with debt of $10,000 is more likely to default on her loans than a student owing $100,000. That's because the lower debt total signals the student probably dropped out before completing school. Students with heavy debt loads are more likely to have earned graduate degrees that often lead to much higher incomes. Miguel Palacios, assistant professor of finance, is quoted in The Atlantic.
Princeton Review rated Vanderbilt Business #2 for Best Professors in their October 2016 report. This comes as no surprise: year after year, students rate "access to faculty" as one of the greatest strengths of Owen's close-knit community.