I have a suggestion for 2013 Rankings: for them to come out at the first quarter. I don´t know if the logistics would make this impossible. I'm just suggesting because at that quarter most people decide which program to enroll, so fresh information would be very helpfull
Thank you for the last QuantNet guide, it is a great piece of work. Just a slight correction - page 70, SQA column, 3rd row. There is "Membership Description" in the cell, which I think does not belong there.
In case there is going to be a revised version sometimes in the future
Hi Andy! I have a question regarding Masters in USA. First, let me give you a heads up on what I have scored in GRE. It was a let down and I scored 305 (V-147 and Q-158). I'd like to understand if I can manage to grab a seat for MFE in any of the decent colleges in USA. Can you please guide me through about this? Or am I just wasting my time trying with such low scores?
hello Andy, needed your advice.
i am not exactly sure if quantitative finance is my thing, because it involves a hell lot of programming and this very word gives me nightmares. however, i have a background in finance and want to go into investment banking.
do u think it Ms finance is a good choice for that matter?
help would be greatly appreciated.
Dear Andy, I have admission from Rutgers FSRM, stevens FE, Birkbeck, Reading, Hawaii ...what is the best choice? I have a PhD in applied math, Master's in physics, long teaching experience in physics, math, finance and statistics...
Hi andy, I am working on find CDS historical spread, some data only available at CMN and markit, do you know any person familiar with how to get data from those two source contributor, I try to download from Bloomberg, but it only available for subscribed member. Thank you so much.
I am a postgraduate student, I will do my dissertation on the influence of ABX index at the banks. I need the historical prices of the ABX index from 2006 to 2011, can anyone help me with the historical data? My dissertation is a master level so university will not pay for the data and I have to find them on my own.
I got a scholarship for an MFE from a new program (2010) in a low rank US university. Since I cannot afford high tuitions of those prestigious schools, this seems a great opportunity.
However, it is very important to find a job as an intl. student.I am motivated and talented and I believe that I can excel myself in a year (Not Fin background). Do you think it can compensate for school profile?