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Average salary for Manchester University & Manchester Business School alumni & graduates


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

 

Activity Average Salary Full Access

Executive Management & Change

$113,000  Get full report

Energy, Chemicals & Environmental

$106,000  Get full report

Compliance, AML, KYC & Monitoring

$98,000  Get full report

Legal Department

$93,000  Get full report

Financial Services

$90,000  Get full report

Insurance Jobs

$87,000  Get full report


The highest paid Manchester University & Manchester Business School alumni & graduates are Executive Management & Change professionals at $113,000 annually. The lowest paid Manchester University & Manchester Business School alumni & graduates are Media, Communication & Advertising professionals at $37,000.

 



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

 

Degree Average Salary Full Access

LLM

$133,000  Get full report

Executive Masters

$116,000  Get full report

Executive MBA

$113,000  Get full report

MBA

$104,000  Get full report

Other Degree

$75,000  Get full report

Masters in Finance

$74,000  Get full report


The best paying degree at Manchester University & Manchester Business School is LLM, with alumni earning an average salary of $133,000.
Graduates from Manchester University & Manchester Business School who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Masters of Arts degree, earning a salary of $56,000 annually.

 



Manchester University & Manchester Business School salaries

More about Manchester University & Manchester Business School

The University of Manchester was formed in 2004 following a merger of the Victoria University of Manchester and the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). Both institutions have histories dating back over 150 years. Today there are around 39,000 students at the University of Manchester, over 11,000 of them pursuing postgraduate courses. A member of the Russell Group, the university ranks in the top 50 institutions of higher education in the world and in the top 10 in Europe and the UK.





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