Quant Guide 2020: top programmes lean on alumni networks

For top schools, some of the most important students are the ones that have already graduated

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In their battle to keep up with the constantly evolving demands of employers, quantitative finance master’s programmes are building a clandestine army of insiders: their former students.

Several schools that polled strongly in this year’s Quant Guide say their multi-year efforts to boost alumni participation are bearing fruit: well-positioned former students can make valuable contributions in advising the faculty, where they identify and report on industry trends and impending topics of note

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