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Prefer an urban setting, with a city as an extension of campus? We've compiled a list of the Best Urban Colleges For Finance. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Harvard University
#1 College for finance
Massachusetts
$49,653 / year
$49,653 / year
Massachusetts
$53,450 / year
$53,450 / year
Pennsylvania
$53,166 / year
$53,166 / year
Columbia University
#6 College for finance
New York
$58,920 / year
$58,920 / year
University of Chicago
#7 College for finance
Illinois
$57,642 / year
$57,642 / year
Yale University
#8 College for finance
Connecticut
$57,700 / year
$57,700 / year
Duke University
#9 College for finance
North Carolina
$55,880 / year
$55,880 / year
Cornell University
#10 College for finance
New York
$58,586 / year
$58,586 / year
California
$54,570 / year
$54,570 / year
California
$11,442 / year
$41,196 / year
Boston College | BC
#13 College for finance
Massachusetts
$59,050 / year
$59,050 / year
New York University | NYU
#14 College for finance
New York
$52,204 / year
$52,204 / year
Northwestern University
#15 College for finance
Illinois
$58,227 / year
$58,227 / year
Brown University
#16 College for finance
Rhode Island
$59,254 / year
$59,254 / year
Carnegie Mellon University | CMU
#18 College for finance
Pennsylvania
$57,560 / year
$57,560 / year
North Carolina
$7,019 / year
$34,198 / year
Wake Forest University
#21 College for finance
North Carolina
$56,722 / year
$56,722 / year
California
$59,260 / year
$59,260 / year
Johns Hopkins University | JHU
#25 College for finance
Maryland
$54,160 / year
$54,160 / year
California
$11,442 / year
$41,196 / year
Texas
$11,448 / year
$40,032 / year
University of Michigan
#28 College for finance
Michigan
$15,520 / year
$51,838 / year
Georgia
$10,258 / year
$31,370 / year
Emory University
#31 College for finance
Georgia
$53,070 / year
$53,070 / year
Lehigh University
#32 College for finance
Pennsylvania
$54,790 / year
$54,790 / year
Vanderbilt University
#33 College for finance
Tennessee
$52,781 / year
$52,781 / year
University of Rochester
#34 College for finance
New York
$57,188 / year
$57,188 / year
Northeastern University
#38 College for finance
Massachusetts
$54,360 / year
$54,360 / year
Fordham University
#40 College for finance
New York
$54,730 / year
$54,730 / year
Minnesota
$13,318 / year
$31,616 / year
Boston University | BU
#44 College for finance
Massachusetts
$56,854 / year
$56,854 / year
Drexel University
#46 College for finance
Pennsylvania
$53,868 / year
$53,868 / year
University of Washington
#47 College for finance
Washington
$10,629 / year
$37,998 / year
New Jersey
$12,230 / year
$29,012 / year
Illinois
$12,254 / year
$29,704 / year
Pennsylvania
$18,898 / year
$36,476 / year
University of Georgia
#51 College for finance
Georgia
$9,790 / year
$28,830 / year
Yeshiva University
#52 College for finance
New York
$43,575 / year
$43,575 / year
George Washington University | GW
#54 College for finance
Washington DC
$58,550 / year
$58,550 / year
Florida State University | FSU
#56 College for finance
Florida
$4,022 / year
$16,540 / year
Wisconsin
$9,273 / year
$37,161 / year
North Carolina
$6,535 / year
$26,654 / year
Cooper Union
#60 College for finance
New York
$44,550 / year
$44,550 / year
Arizona State University | ASU
#61 College for finance
Arizona
$10,710 / year
$28,800 / year
North Carolina
$3,812 / year
$17,246 / year
Case Western Reserve University
#64 College for finance
Ohio
$52,448 / year
$52,448 / year
Tulane University
#65 College for finance
Louisiana
$54,766 / year
$54,766 / year
Baruch College | CUNY Baruch
#66 College for finance
New York
$6,930 / year
$14,880 / year
Syracuse University
#67 College for finance
New York
$54,270 / year
$54,270 / year
Virginia Tech
#68 College for finance
Virginia
$11,420 / year
$29,960 / year
Massachusetts
$53,100 / year
$53,100 / year
New York
$55,600 / year
$55,600 / year
California
$11,442 / year
$41,196 / year
Illinois
$10,776 / year
$25,126 / year
California
$11,442 / year
$41,196 / year
University of San Diego | USD
#77 College for finance
California
$52,120 / year
$52,120 / year
Ohio State University | OSU
#78 College for finance
Ohio
$10,615 / year
$32,599 / year
Loyola University Chicago
#79 College for finance
Illinois
$45,500 / year
$45,500 / year
American University
#80 College for finance
Washington DC
$50,542 / year
$50,542 / year
Brigham Young University | BYU
#84 College for finance
Utah
$5,970 / year
$5,970 / year
University of Richmond
#85 College for finance
Virginia
$56,860 / year
$56,860 / year
Loyola Marymount University | LMU
#88 College for finance
California
$51,820 / year
$51,820 / year
University of San Francisco | USF
#89 College for finance
California
$51,930 / year
$51,930 / year
University of Pittsburgh | Pitt
#90 College for finance
Pennsylvania
$18,629 / year
$32,656 / year
Minnesota
$46,348 / year
$46,348 / year
University of Denver
#93 College for finance
Colorado
$52,596 / year
$52,596 / year
University of Iowa
#94 College for finance
Iowa
$8,073 / year
$30,036 / year
Baylor University
#95 College for finance
Texas
$44,544 / year
$44,544 / year
University of Cincinnati
#96 College for finance
Ohio
$10,460 / year
$25,794 / year
Texas
$13,992 / year
$38,970 / year
Santa Clara University
#98 College for finance
California
$52,998 / year
$52,998 / year
Michigan State University
#100 College for finance
Michigan
$14,460 / year
$39,766 / year
DePaul University
#101 College for finance
Illinois
$40,551 / year
$40,551 / year
Texas Christian University | TCU
#102 College for finance
Texas
$51,570 / year
$51,570 / year
Virginia
$12,094 / year
$32,742 / year
University of Minnesota Duluth | UMD
#104 College for finance
Minnesota
$12,194 / year
$17,394 / year