The internship is a vital—to say nothing of exciting—component of the Wisconsin MBA. The program’s midway point, it’s the perfect opportunity to apply the general business core knowledge and introductory specialized experience gained in the first year. In turn, the internship informs the focused second year. The Corporate Finance and Investment Banking average internship monthly salary (class of 2013) was $6,173.
Wisconsin’s winning formula produces MBAs who can turn on a dime. Their specialized training allows them to hit the ground running, which puts them that much farther ahead on the road to general management.
Center Director Cindie Adams provides each student with individualized career and academic advising. She also facilitates contact between students and our extensive network of industry executives, alumni, corporate recruiters, and faculty. You will have the unique opportunity to receive personalized guidance from this powerful network to launch your post-MBA career.
Because our Corporate Finance and Investment Banking MBA students have access to top recruiters in corporate finance, investment banking, and consulting, the Nicholas Center has once again had 100% placement in summer internships!