Georgia State University MSF Update

The Georgia State University MSF program has been going through some updating and I thought it would be a great idea to do a new post on the school as I receive quite a lot of emails pertaining to it. It is a great option for anyone

Syracuse University Masters in Finance STEM Designation

The Syracuse University Masters in Finance program just recently received STEM designation, making it one of the growing number of programs to allow international students up to 3 years of OPT status once they graduate. For international students, this is a big selling point as it increases

University of Virginia Masters in Commerce Ranking

The Economist just came out with their 2017 Masters in Management ranking and the University of Virginia Masters in Commerce program was ranking best in the USA and second best in the world. This is extremely impressive as UVA ranked higher than a number of highly prestigious

Notre Dame Masters in Management Student Review #2

The Notre Dame Masters in Management program is one of the top specialized masters program in the country and I’ve been trying to get an update student review of the program for a while now. Happily, a very generous alumnus of the program was kind enough to

University of California Irvine Master of Finance Program

The University of California Irvine Master of Finance program is another new entrant to this space and I believe the fourth program in the California state school system. I am happy to see another California program start up since Claremont McKenna stopped offering the degree a couple

University of Michigan Masters in Management Update

It has been a while since I last wrote about the University of Michigan Masters in Management program and I think it is time for an update. The program has been operating for a couple of years now and a bunch has changed. Considering how great of

University of Utah Master in Finance Update – March 2017

  I realized that I haven’t done an update on the University of Utah Master in Finance program in a while and it seems a lot has changed in that time. The program continues to improve and develop, with a continued focus on strong placement statistics, including 92%

Notre Dame Masters in Finance Online Info Session

The Notre Dame Masters in Finance program is having an online information session on Tuesday, March 21st, hosted by Senior Associate Director of Admissions Nicholas Farmer. You’ll be able to ask questions and hear a nice overview of the program for any of you thinking of applying. The

Johns Hopkins Master in Finance Placement Report

The Johns Hopkins Master in Finance program just released a very nice 3-page placement report. The program is very popular on my site and I am routinely asked about placements from the program. Until now most of the information I had was positive, but anecdotal. With the

University of Oregon Masters in Finance Program

The University of Oregon Masters in Finance program is brand new and an exiting addition to the MSF universe. What is even better is this is a well respected program on the West Coast, an area of the country that doesn’t have a lot of MSF coverage

University of Cincinnati Masters in Applied Economics Program

The University of Cincinnati started a Masters in Finance a year or so ago and it looks like they’ve added another great masters to their offering. I’ve posted about Applied Economics programs a couple times, mainly Johns Hopkins and Maryland, as I think they are comparable programs

University of California at Davis Masters in Business Analytics

The University of California at Davis Masters in Business Analytics program is another new program that I have come across that I thought all of you might find interesting. I realize that business analytics is neither finance nor management, but the program offers a number of attributes that

University of Texas at San Antonio Master in Finance Program

The University of Texas at San Antonio has recently come to my attention as another newish program out there. This is always great news as it gives students additional choice, especially in Texas, an area that many students are looking to stay in or break into. San

Vanderbilt University MSF 3 Part Video Series – Part 3

The third and final installment of the Vanderbilt University MSF video series focuses on questions that students ask regarding curriculum, whether to do an MSF or an MBA, program length, etc. A really good video to round out the series. This one is hosted by Cherrie Clark,

University of Maryland Masters in Applied Economics Online Information Session

  The University of Maryland Masters in Applied Economics will be hosting an online information session for interested students this coming Sunday, February 19th. The program director, John Straub, will be hosting this session and giving a live powerpoint overview of the program. You will have an

Vanderbilt University MSF 3 Part Video Series – Part 2

  As the second installment of the 3 part video series by the Vanderbilt University MSF program, Blake Gore, Sr. Associate Director of Career Management,  discusses the routine career questions that students typically have. Of all the topics that students inquire about, this tends to be both the

University of Kentucky Masters in Finance Program

It was just brought to my attention that the University of Kentucky is launching a Masters in Finance program. This is great news as it has been a while since a new program came online and Kentucky is a very well respected university. I think this program

Vanderbilt University MSF 3 Part Video Series – Part 1

The Vanderbilt University MSF is always putting out great resources and information for prospective students. Over the years I have found the program to be one of the best when it comes to informing students on how to prepare for the degree, what to expect when they

University of Virginia Masters in Commerce 2016 Placements

The University of Virginia Masters in Commerce placements have been released and as always, I am excited to report them. They are always consistently good and this year is no exception. This success builds upon itself and every year the depth of the alumni base increases and

University of Rochester MSF Update – January 2017

  It has been a little while since I last updated everyone on the University of Rochester MSF program and a lot has changed. There is a new class profile posted, just received STEM certification and have updated placement statistics. All great stuff. Hope this helps anyone

Johns Hopkins Master in Finance Student Review #4

  When it rains, it pours. I am excited to have another fresh student review of the Johns Hopkins program for all of you. This is from someone I have had the privilege of talking to over the years and it was great to hear from them