The Financial Times ranks Olin Business School’s Master in Finance (MSF) program #4 among U.S. schools and #29 worldwide in its 2014 survey released June 22. The ranking is divided into two categories: programs for students with little or no background in the financial industry (pre-experience), and those for professionals who have already worked in the sector (post-experience). Olin’s program is included in the pre-experience ranking.
The survey is primarily based on data provided by alumni three years after graduation. According to the Financial Times, “Three years after graduation, 87 percent of alumni work in finance, and the most popular sectors are investment banking/mergers and acquisitions, consulting, accounting and asset management.”
For the complete rankings tables and methodology, visit the The Financial Times site.
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