I like how you show the methodology, but can you see the scores in each category for the programs anywhere? I'm curious to see how these ties keep occurring.
Hard to be very international about it. Comparing jobs data from different countries is comparing apples and oranges. Even there is a little of bias within the US. NY living is much more expensive, so while a salary of 100K in NY is good, it is awesome in some other city.
How about schools in Asia, East Europe, South America, Africa and the Middle East? I know of NUS and NTU having a good reputation in Asia. Also, Netherlands and Germany have some decent programs.You are right. Perhaps a separate list then? It is obvious that there are not as many UK schools as there are in US but some schools have a lot of separate quant programs such as Cass Business School. Maybe the scope can be extended to EU. There are good quant programs in Switzerland as well.
How about schools in Asia, East Europe, South America, Africa and the Middle East? I know of NUS and NTU having a good reputation in Asia. Also, Netherlands and Germany have some decent programs.
Yo, you couldn't get into Baruch?I would like to point to the visitors of this thread that the rankings are published by the same people who run/are involved with the Baruch's MFE program. A conflict of interest is really apparent here. As a university, most people would agree that CUNY stands nowhere compared to the other universities that mentioned among the top 10 in this list. Just a thought.