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Employment & career data
Students work in a variety of different positions, both at the iSchool and in other units around campus. Some sample student employment data from Autumn 2017:
- 63 percent of first-year full-time MSIM students had secured an on-campus job midway through their first quarter in the program.
- Of all of the full-time MSIM students with on campus jobs, 27 percent are working at the iSchool as a TA, GA or reader/grader.
- Mid-career MSIM students are eligible to work on campus, and 7 percent of this population is employed at the UW.
Once enrolled in classes, students will have access to employment opportunities on campus. Those will include Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant positions, hourly student positions and part-time jobs. These positions could be within the iSchool, for another academic unit or department on campus or within the UW library system. Additionally, new students will have access to iCareers, our student job database, once they start the program in autumn quarter.
Additional jobs information is available here.
View an infographic showing employment statistics, salary ranges and locations of our recent MSIM graduates.
Capstone is the culmination of the iSchool student experience. Students team with partners from the private, public and nonprofit sectors to solve a problem, showcasing the skills they've learned at the iSchool. Learn about the process or view recent Capstone projects in our archive.
Each year, the iSchool partners with the UW’s Study Abroad Office to offer Exploration Seminars short-term study abroad programs (3-4 weeks) led by UW faculty that take place during the gap period between the end of the UW summer quarter and beginning of the autumn quarter. Learn more about the programs.
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