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  • Intern in Investment Banking - Mergers and Acquisitions
Sep 10, 2019

Pretty funny to see UT, CMU, UNC, IU Kelley, and OSU above UVA.. I know there's a UVA circlejerk on this site but god damn whoever signed off on these rankings is smoking crack.

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Sep 10, 2019

I go to one of the schools, and i totally agree lol

  • Prospective Monkey in Investment Banking - Mergers and Acquisitions
Sep 10, 2019

The rankings aren't just on investment banking job placement. There's way more to an undergrad business education than just OCR. Plus, I know plenty who would choose UNC or perhaps UT over UVA just for the better culture.

  • Intern in Investment Banking - Mergers and Acquisitions
Sep 10, 2019

This is the finance placement specific ranking, not the holistic undergrad business school ranking. McIntire blows all of those schools I listed out of the water when it comes to that. It's as simple as looking at the destinations reports.

Sep 10, 2019

This is the one for best undergrad business schools (not just finance). I thought it was a little more accurate https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/busi...
Here is the ranking,
1. Penn
2. MIT
3. Cal
3. UMich
5. Carnegie
5. NYU
5. AT Austin
8. UVA
8. UNC
10. Cornell
10. IU

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Sep 10, 2019

How does Georgetown not make this list....

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Sep 10, 2019

Georgetown and USC were next tied for #12

Sep 10, 2019

Ohio state is a good school but is it really better than GT though. I think 80% of people would rather go to GT than The Ohio State, wouldn't you agree ?

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  • Prospective Monkey in Investment Banking - Mergers and Acquisitions
Sep 10, 2019

Penn Wharton, NYU Stern, Michigan Ross, UNC KF, UVA Mcintire are the most commonly represented undergrad BUSINESS schools on the street.

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Sep 11, 2019

The list doesn't account for econ/stem programs, which make up a decent amount of people working in finance

  • Prospective Monkey in Investment Banking - Mergers and Acquisitions
Sep 11, 2019
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