Tagged: masters in finance rankings
The Financial Times released their 2016 Masters in Finance rankings and the Judge Business School at Cambridge has replaced London Business School as their top-ranked masters in finance program for those who already have related work experience. In the pre-experience category, HEC Paris retained its top ranking for the sixth consecutive year. (The majority of finance programs are pre-experience as there isn’t nearly as much interest from finance professionals for the post-experience programs.)
The FT analysis of the Class of 2013 salary three years after graduation showed Judge alumni making about $130,000 while LBS alumni earned roughly $137,000. In the pre-experience category, HEC Paris graduates earned roughly $96,000 while MIT Sloan grads pulled in $117,000. Obviously, we don’t want you to choose a school and program just for salary, but it might be something worth taking into consideration.
Best of luck with your applications!
Keep up with us on:
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.