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Average salary for Durham University & Business School alumni & graduates

708 Durham University & Business School alumni & graduates salaries

 

The average salary for Durham University & Business School alumni & graduates is $67,000 per year.The average bonus for Durham University & Business School is $3,700.


Top Durham University & Business School Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job

 

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Financial Services

$91,000 
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Compliance, AML, KYC & Monitoring

$83,000 
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Programme & Project Management

$82,000 
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Finance Control & Strategy

$75,000 
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Legal & Paralegal

$70,000 
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Sales & Business Development

$68,000 
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According to our data, the highest paid Durham University & Business School alumni & graduates are Financial Services professionals at $91,000 yearly. The lowest paid Durham University & Business School alumni & graduates are Support Functions & Translation professionals at $32,000.

 


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Top Durham University & Business School Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree

 

Degree Average Salary Salary Comparison Full Access

Other

$93,000 
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MBA

$87,000 
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LLM

$78,000 
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Doctorate

$73,000 
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Masters in Finance

$68,000 
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Bachelor of Science

$67,000 
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The best paying degree at Durham University & Business School is Other, with alumni earning an average salary of $93,000.
Graduates from Durham University & Business School who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Masters of Arts degree, earning a salary of $47,000 yearly.

 

More about Durham University & Business School

 

Durham University was officially granted a Royal Charter in 1837. It is a multi disciplinary university that is highly regarded for its research, especially in scientific areas of study such as Biological Sciences and Engineering. It is consistently ranked amongst the top ten universities in the UK and is ranked in the top 90 amongst universities worldwide. Along with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, it is known for its collegiate system.

 

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