The University of Florida Master in Finance program has an amazing placement record. I attribute it to the fact that the program has been around so long and they are extremely selective in their admission process.

Here is a direct link to the placement stats for the University of Florida. They have placement stats going back to 2005, but I am going to post 2011 placements here.

2011 Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Certificate, Georgetown University
2011 Associate, Capital One, Richmond, VA
2011 Analyst, Wells Fargo, New York, NY
2011 Analyst, Syngenta AG, Minneapolis, MN
2011 Analyst, Stephens Inc., Atlanta, GA
2011 Analyst, Robert W. Baird & Co., Tampa
2011 Analyst, RBC Capital Markets, New York, NY
2011 Analyst, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., Washington D.C.
2011 Analyst, Momentum Trading Group, Ft. Lauderdale
2011 Analyst, Goldman Sachs, New York NY
2011 Analyst, Evercore Partners, New York, NY
2011 Analyst, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, New York, NY
2011 (3) Analyst, Wells Fargo, Charlotte, NC
2011 (3) Analyst, Citigroup New York, NY
2011 (2) Analyst, Wells Fargo, Charlotte, NC

These placements are a wonderful representation of what a quality master in finance program can do for students. With networking, alumni relationships and a respected MSF program, students are able to break into the career of their choice. Anyone looking for a master in finance program should absolutely check out the University of Florida program.

Here is a link to the University of Florida Master in Finance program