UCLA MFE What do you think of UCLA's full time placement

Andy Nguyen

Member
That is for 2009 class who graduated in Dec 2009. We are in August 2010 and I don't know when the number was reported/updated. Assuming "as of today" means latest, 85% students got job 8 months after graduation.
What has become clear is that location matters. As can be seen from the internship, placement location, majority of these students end up in the west coast.
Of 2009 class, 19% internship is in NYC and 14% employment in NYC compared to 42% and 24% for Los Angeles respectively.
Of 2010 internship, 5/40 interned in NYC and 20/40 in Los Angeles.

So if you want to work in west coast, go to a west coast program. If you want to work in NYC, go to NYC program.
 

elliot

New Member
That is for 2009 class who graduated in Dec 2009. We are in August 2010 and I don't know when the number was reported/updated. Assuming "as of today" means latest, 85% students got job 8 months after graduation.
What has become clear is that location matters. As can be seen from the internship, placement location, majority of these students end up in the west coast.
Of 2009 class, 19% internship is in NYC and 14% employment in NYC compared to 42% and 24% for Los Angeles respectively.
Of 2010 internship, 5/40 interned in NYC and 20/40 in Los Angeles.

So if you want to work in west coast, go to a west coast program. If you want to work in NYC, go to NYC program.
21% found employment in HK. So, if you want to work in HK goto UCLA
 

abcdefh

Member
It's their first class stat., so relying on 1 year data cannot be very accurate.

ucla is indeed one of the most interesting program to follow, compared to other newer program.
 
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