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  • Intern in IB - Gen
Jan 14, 2022 - 12:57am

I can not speak to the experience of those with an MBA, so this is probably useless. But the finance community at the undergrad level is small, but close knit. Most people who are aiming for and put in the extra work are successful. Hopkins undergrad is in the unique situation of it not being a target, but it still being respected because of its academic rigor. With that being said, the impression I have gotten from the Carey MBA is that most of the people are international students and that the school is still getting established. I do not know much about it and its environment, but on LinkedIn I haven't seen anyone go direct to a BB or EB in a front office role. 

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  • VP in IB - CB
Jan 14, 2022 - 1:06am

The MBA program is fairly new and has chosen not to participate in rankings thus far until the program is more established. It is unclear what the program will be long term but if I take a look at the employment outcomes it would probably be ranked in the T35-T50 range right now, which honestly isn't bad for such a new program.

JHU is a great school so an MBA won't set you back, but it's my understanding that most students are not really interested in finance and most banks don't recruit there. With that said, if you network and have a compelling profile you should still be able to get a look from banks from JHU. If you want to work in finance you have much better options. I personally wouldn't do it.

Jan 15, 2022 - 5:49am

JHU MBA is a fairly new program and a complete non-target. JHU is great, but the name of the school is carrying the weight of the MBA program. You will enjoy downtown Baltimore, and the building is fairly new. Just recently they started to show some employment outcomes. I have had some friends attend their flexible MBA program (part-time) as the employer covered for some of the tuition. I have yet to hear about anyone going into FO through JHU MBA. Even their last year MBA class only 3 students went into financial services - with low salaries and the companies are unknown. 

If I was you - I would look at UMD's well established MBA program or get a higher GMAT and go for Georgetown. 

  • VP in IB - CB
Jan 15, 2022 - 8:28am

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