Ever wonder what university you should attend if you want to land that plum Wall Street job?
There’s a handful of colleges that top banks heavily recruit and hire from.
That’s according to Wall Street Oasis, an online community for financial professionals. As part of its 2018 Investment Banking Report, it showcased which undergraduate institutions are most attractive to bulge bracket investment banking firms like JPMorgan, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America.
The percentage indicates the overall submissions (salary, interview or company reviews) to Wall Street Oasis’ company database from students at certain schools, which provides a snapshot into what universities the big banks are favouring.
Here are the top colleges.
10. University of Virginia UVA – Charlottesville, Virginia (1.9%)
9. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, Michigan (1.9%)
8. University of Chicago – Chicago, Illinois (1.9%)
7. University of California, Berkeley – Berkeley, California (2.0%)
6. The University of Texas at Austin – Austin, Texas (2.1%)
5. Columbia University – New York City, New York (2.5%)
4. Cornell University -Ithaca, New York (3.0%)
3. University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (3.1%)
2. Harvard University – Cambridge, Massachusetts (3.3%)
1. New York University – New York City, New York (3.9%)
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