BYU MBA Stay Connected - Register Here

Stay Connected enables alumni to help their MBA Program in a meaningful way by doing 3 things:

  1. Referring 1 Student to Apply to the program
  2. Sharing 1 Job for an alumnus/a with 2+ years post-MBA experience  or Share 1 Job or  Internship Opportunity for a recent graduate or current student
  3. Being active on the BYU MBA alumni group on LinkedIn

Why we ask alumni to Refer a Student to the MBA Program:

Our students and alumni are our reputation. They are our brand. Every year, we are amazed at the high quality of applicants that come through our doors and are equally amazed, but not surprised, at the incredible accomplishments of our outstanding alumni.

What we look for in a prospective MBA student:

  • High-quality individual who will add long-term value to the BYU MBA brand
  • Academically competent
  • Someone who has shown progression in his or her career

Why we ask alumni to Share a Job or Internship opportunity:

The most important statistic about an MBA program is how well it helps its graduates find internships and jobs. With the class of 2013, the BYU MBA program placed 95% of its graduates in good paying jobs within 3 months following graduation.

  • The average starting salary with bonuses and moving expenses was $106,000
  • The average annual salary alone was $97,000

Why we ask alumni to be active on the BYU MBA alumni group on LinkedIn:

A hallmark of a quality MBA program is the helpfulness of its network. The BYU MBA Network includes thousands of alumni in all locations around the world and in every industry.

  • BYU MBAs are constantly sharing ideas, talking, and recruiting one another on their private online LinkedIn community
  • 78% of alumni work in senior leadership roles
  • There is a major difference between the BYU MBA Network and other MBA alumni groups. It is fellowship. BYU MBAs are extremely talented and competitive, yet they are also equally kind and compassionate. They are as interested in their classmates' success as they are in their own success.