While a majority of Darden students go on to work in the United States, business is increasingly a global enterprise, and Darden students often pursue international careers after graduation. In 2015-2016, 60 companies recruited Darden students for full-time overseas positions in at least 30 different countries, and 6% of the graduating class ended up accepting jobs overseas with an average base salary of $112,333. In the following video, Nada Chaker (MBA '17) describes how Darden prepared her for a consulting internship in Paris, France. Companies hiring Darden graduates for overseas positions (last 3 years) A.T. Kearney, Inc. Cargill, Inc. PwC Amazon.com, Inc. Citi Samsung Amgen Johnson & Johnson Shinsung Anheuser-Busch InBev McKinsey & Company Tencent Bain & Company, Inc. Microsoft Corp. Boston Consulting Group Nomura In the following video, Natalie Ngozi Ofoche (MBA '17) describes how Darden prepared her for an international business experience in Nairobi, Kenya. Countries where Darden graduates accepted overseas positions (last 3 years) Australia Denmark Singapore Brazil Japan South Korea Canada Mexico United Arab Emirates China Nigeria Vietnam In the following video, Yolanda Fan describes how Darden's case method prepared her for a consulting internship in China.