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New York University (Stern)
2009 Rank: 15
Annual Cost: $40,145
Full-time Enrollment: 2,389
Average Class Size: 45
Students with Internships: 92.3%
Time Spent on Class Work: 14.9 hours per week
Job Placement: 93%
Median Starting Salary: $59,800
Top Industries: Financial Services, Accounting, Consulting
Top Employers: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Goldman Sachs, Barclays Capital
Students say: "You cannot graduate without having taken a finance, accounting, marketing, operations management, or communication class, among many others. Many Stern students gain valuable skills outside their comfort zone throughout the four years at Stern."
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