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

Georgetown University MSF Update – December 2016

It has been a little while since I last updated everyone on the Georgetown University MSF program and I felt it was time to correct this. There are a few new developments as well as an upcoming virtual information session coming up, along with the round 2

University of Notre Dame MSF Update – December 2016

It has been a while since I last posted about the University of Notre Dame MSF program and there have be a number of changes and some things I think any of you interested in the program should be aware of. I am working on getting a

Arizona State University MSF Update – December 2016

The Arizona State University MSF Program has gone through a number of changes that I thought all of you might find interesting. These programs are continually evolving and I work hard to keep the information here as up to date as possible. My big goal is to

Johns Hopkins Master in Finance Student Review #3

It has been a while since I posted about the Johns Hopkins Master in Finance program and I wanted to update all of you on it by posting a great student review. This is a little different than the format I usually do, but it is very detailed

Loyola Chicago MSF Program Update – November 2016

The Loyola Chicago MSF program continues to improve and develop as one of the few Masters in Finance programs located in Chicago. The last time I posted, I wast telling readers about Loyola’s part time option, as well as the ability to specialize in Risk Management, Asset Management,

Vanderbilt University MSF 2016 Placement Report

Vanderbilt University MSF has been one of the consistently best Master in Finance programs out there and this year they do it again. Highlights of the report show student satisfaction at an all-time high and the four-year employment average within 90 days of graduation is 98%. It truly

Washington University in St. Louis 2016 MSF Placements

The 2016 WUSTL placements have been released, marking yet another year of quality results from one of the top programs in the US. This years placement do offer some interesting takeaways though. I will give you all my opinion and then lay out the data below. Hope

University of Cambridge MFin Update

I thought it was a good time to update everyone on the University of Cambridge MFin program as it has been quite a while since my last post. A lot of great things have been going on and I am sure there will be plenty more for

Notre Dame Masters in Management Update – October 2016

The Notre Dame Masters in Management program is in full swing with applications for the class of 2018, so I thought it would be great to provide an update on the program for everyone. While still relatively new, the Notre Dame program has been able to do

University of Maryland Masters in Applied Economics Update

The University of Maryland Masters in Applied Economics program has been up to some great things recently and I thought it would be nice to update everyone on the progress being made over at College Park. The program is still relatively new, but the recent class has

Georgetown University MSF Open House – October 8th

The Georgetown University MSF program is in full swing and holding information sessions for those interested in applying for admissions. I’d been to one on campus and find it very useful. You get to see where you’d study, meet the people who will be teaching and admitting

Babson College Masters in Finance

The Babson College Masters in Finance is a new program just recently announced that I thought all of you would be interested in hearing about. Located outside of the Boston metro, Babson allows you to study near one of the major financial hubs in the United States. This

Purdue University Masters in Finance Update

The Purdue University Masters in Finance program has been around for a while, although the program has been rather quiet. Recently, I have seen some changes and I thought it would be a good time to bring it back up to all of your attention. Purdue is

University of Dayton Masters in Finance Program

The University of Dayton Masters in Finance program is brand new and another great addition to the MSF universe. I am always excited to see new programs popping up and I think the University of Dayton is a perfect place for this degree. Years ago when I