Baruch topples Princeton in Risk.net’s quant master’s rankings

US schools cement top five dominance as graduate salaries soar

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Since Risk.net began producing its guide to the world’s leading quantitative finance master’s programmes in 2016, Princeton has reigned supreme. This year, the Ivy League school has been displaced by a public US college: The City University of New York’s Baruch College. 

The triumph of Baruch’s Master of Science in Financial Engineering is driven by a jump in starting salaries for its graduates, amid a tight labour market: Baruch recorded one of the largest increases in

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