||Twelve students in the Class of 2019 reported having two internships.
|| Compensation information is self-reported. 89% of students reporting accepted intern offers included salary information. Of that, 2% reported receiving no salary. For the 87% who reported salaries, the minimum, maximum, and median monthly salaries are represented above. Insufficient data indicates less than 1% reporting offers and /or less than 50% with salary information.
|| Bonus information: 13% of accepted offers reported in the consulting industry received a sign-on bonus, for which the median bonus was $2,500.
|| Accepted offers in these industries include students doing summer internships at start-ups: Consumer Products (6), Education/Government/Non-Profit (5), Energy (1), Financial Services - Private Equity (1), Healthcare Products and Services (1), Manufacturing/Chemicals/Plastics (1), Technology - eCommerce and Internet (3), Technology - Financial Technology (5), Technology - Hardware (1), Technology - Software (6), Transportation Services/Equipment (1), and Other (2).
In total, 5.9% of accepted offers for the Class of 2018 were with start-ups. For monthly base salary, the minimum was $800, the maximum was $14,000, and the median was $4,900.
||Investment Management/Research also includes Mutual Funds and Hedge Funds.
||Healthcare Products and Services includes Biotech & Life Sciences, Healthcare Products/Medical Devices, Healthcare Services, and Pharmaceutical Products.