Highlights

Loading the ranking table

Masters in Finance Post-experience 2012

Filter by business school name

Filter table by entering business school name or details
Show all

Advanced search


Search Clear all
Show all available fields

Add more information to your table

Rank in 2012
Rank in 2011
Average rank[1]
School name
Country
Programme name
Salary today (US$)[2]
Salary % increase[3]
Value[4]
Careers[5]
Aims achieved[6]
Placements[7]
Employment[8]
Wom. faculty[9]
Wom. students[10]
Wom. boards[11]
Intl. faculty[12]
Intl. students[13]
Intl. board[14]
Intl. mobility[15]
Intl. course[16]
PhD faculty[17]
Prog. length[18]
Internships[19]
111London Business SchoolFeatured business schoolUKMasters in Finance125,481551384384 (100)22242584957211100120
2--George Washington UniversityUSMaster of Science in Finance71,250554190291 (77)303512246622298120
322University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUSMaster of Science in Finance63,147593483433 (95)2248251488232991253
4--Florida International University: ChapmanUSMaster of Science in Finance57,000482288131 (63)332227565104284120
Download this view as a PDF Output this view to Excel
Footnotes

1. Average rank over the two years

2. The average alumnus salary three years after graduation, US $ PPP equivalent. It includes alumnus salary data for the current year and the preceding year, where available.

3. The average difference in alumnus salary before the MiF to today. Half of this figure is calculated according to the absolute salary increase, and half according to the percentage increase relative to pre-MiF salary – the “Salary percentage increase” figure published in the post-experience table.

4. Calculated using the salary earned by alumni today, course length, fees and other costs, including the opportunity cost of not working for the duration of the course.

5. The career status of alumni three years after graduation. Progression is measured according to level of seniority and the size of company in which alumni are employed.

6. The extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing a Masters in Finance. This is measured as a percentage of total returns for a school.

7. Alumni who used the careers service at their business school were asked to rank its effectiveness in their job search.

8. Percentage of the most recent graduating class that were in employment three months after graduation. The figure in brackets shows the percentage of the class for which the school was able to provide employment data.

9. Percentage of female faculty. For the three gender-related criteria, schools that have 50:50 (male: female) composition receive the highest possible ranking score.

10. Percentage of female students.

11. Percentage of female members of the advisory board.

12. Percentage of faculty whose citizenship differs from their country of employment.

13. Percentage of students whose citizenship differs from the country in which they are studying.

14. Percentage of the board whose citizenship differs from the country in which the business school is based.

15. A measure based on changes in the country of employment of alumni between graduation and today.

16. Weighted average of four criteria that measure international exposure during the Masters programme.

17. Percentage of faculty with a doctoral degree.

18. The length of the Masters programme.
Data in this column is for information only and are not used in the rankings.

19. The percentage of the last graduating class that completed company internships as part of the Masters programme.
Data in this column is for information only and are not used in the rankings.

Table Extract Options

1.Verify selected business schools

  • Placeholder

To change which business schools will be displayed, click "Cancel" and select or deselect rows before trying again. You can also choose to highlight a specific business school within the results:

2.Select sort column and sort order

3.Select which columns to display

  • Placeholder