#3 MBA in NYC - Hofstra Zarb


davidhyno

http://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Colleges/Zarb/index.html

Hofstra Zarb has made tremendous strides during the last 2 years or so. It started to appear in all rankings BW, USNEWS, Forbes. Still far behind Columbia and NYU, but in my opinion clear #3 in NYC at the moment.

Are there any current students or applicants here?

http://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Colleges/Zarb/index.html

Hofstra Zarb has made tremendous strides during the last 2 years or so. It started to appear in all rankings BW, USNEWS, Forbes. Still far behind Columbia and NYU, but in my opinion clear #3 in NYC at the moment.

Are there any current students or applicants here?

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abenyc

http://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Colleges/Zarb/index.html

Hofstra Zarb has made tremendous strides during the last 2 years or so. It started to appear in all rankings BW, USNEWS, Forbes. Still far behind Columbia and NYU, but in my opinion clear #3 in NYC at the moment.

Are there any current students or applicants here?



it is defintely the "mover" in NYC
i would say academically Fordham is better, Baruch probably too, but Hofstra name is probably #3 in terms of recognition and certainly connections to wall street.

<blockquote>http://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Colleges/Zarb/index.html

Hofstra Zarb has made tremendous strides during the last 2 years or so. It started to appear in all rankings BW, USNEWS, Forbes. Still far behind Columbia and NYU, but in my opinion clear #3 in NYC at the moment.

Are there any current students or applicants here?

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it is defintely the "mover" in NYC
i would say academically Fordham is better, Baruch probably too, but Hofstra name is probably #3 in terms of recognition and certainly connections to wall street.
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senor1

hofstra is not even close to fordham, baruch. For NY

Columbia
NYU
Fordham
Baruch
Pace
Hofstra
St. Johns

hofstra is not even close to fordham, baruch. For NY

Columbia
NYU
Fordham
Baruch
Pace
Hofstra
St. Johns
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mb6cubed

Is Hofstra really "better" or in the same league as Pace and St. John's? I know its not as strong as Fordham and Baruch.

Hofstra also doesn't have a Manhattan campus which is inconvenient (even though I live on Long Island I prefer taking the LIRR into the city). I can't make a decision among:

Hofstra - Finance MBA (generic finance degree and up and coming school)
Pace - Investment Management MBA (most expensive but imo possibly the "best" reputation out of the three)
St. John's - Risk Management MBA (With a background in trading I really like this concentration)

Also waiting to hear from Baruch and Fordham (unsure if I will get into either).

Is Hofstra really "better" or in the same league as Pace and St. John's? I know its not as strong as Fordham and Baruch.

Hofstra also doesn't have a Manhattan campus which is inconvenient (even though I live on Long Island I prefer taking the LIRR into the city). I can't make a decision among:

Hofstra - Finance MBA (generic finance degree and up and coming school)
Pace - Investment Management MBA (most expensive but imo possibly the "best" reputation out of the three)
St. John's - Risk Management MBA (With a background in trading I really like this concentration)

Also waiting to hear from Baruch and Fordham (unsure if I will get into either).
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