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