Financial Times ranks MSF program No. 1 for best value for money

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Financial Times ranks MSF program No. 1 for best value for money

The David Eccles School of Business Master of Science in Finance (MSF) provides the best value for money in the nation, according to new 2018 rankings released by the Financial Times. The ranking further emphasizes the excellent educational experience, low tuition and affordable cost-of-living available at the University of Utah and in Salt Lake City.

This is the third consecutive year the Eccles School’s MSF program has been included in the rankings. The MSF program achieved significant ratings nationally and globally in many categories, holding its position amongst some of the best programs in the world.

In addition to being ranked the No. 1 program for best value for money, highlights include:

  • Ranked top-15 in the nation overall, coming in at No. 11
  • Ranked No. 2 in the U.S. for alumni career progress
  • Internationally ranked at No. 53

“These rankings showcase the talent and dedication of our faculty, staff and students as they pave the way in this industry. We’re exceptionally proud of what we’ve accomplished, and look toward the exciting things the future holds,” said Danny Wall, director of the MSF program.

The information for these rankings was provided by schools and their alumni to Financial Times. Learn more at www.ft.com.

To learn more about the MSF program, visit their website at MSF.Eccles.Utah.edu.

2018-07-12T16:09:06-06:00July 10th, 2018|

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