WLU BBA vs Rotman vs Schulich vs Waterloo

According to a site that data scraped LinkedIn for ibanking hires and CUDO data for total enrolment, WLU sent 36 grads in the past 5 years to banking, with a total enrolment of roughly 3200, whereas York (well, Schulich) sent 32, even though Schulich only admits 500 students, and Rotman out of 2900 students sent 57. Out of roughly 3600 enrolled for Waterloo, 76 grads got into banking. So for tier 2 undergrad programs for ibanking, is the order Schulich, then Waterloo, then Rotman, then WLU? I've read that WLU's co-op makes it a strong contender to the other 3 programs, but this doesn't seem to be reflected in the data. Any insights would be appreciated. Thanks. 

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Feb 12, 2021 - 1:00am

The data is:

1. Outdated

2. Doesn't factor in the explosion in the number of IB coops who will translate to full time offers.

Laurier > Schulich now 100%.

Feb 12, 2021 - 10:42am

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