Hello Andy. Your posts on the forum are very helpful and I very much appreciate your contribution. I am just wondering if the C++ training course will be offered after this summer? Or when will the enrollment for the program end? I am currently taking summer courses and might not have time to go through the program as yet. Thank you!
I got MSc Fin Math / MFE offers from the following universities in UK:
1. Birkbeck College, University of London
2. University of Leicester
3. University of Essex
4. University of York
But I am still thinking which one to pick. Obviously Birkbeck and York are better deals. May you or your friends give me some advices on this?
Thanks a lot.
Hello Andy, I might be wrong but did i read somewhere in quantnet that C++ programming level I and level 2 are open to any users. If so do you think I can join the program too for level I and level 2.
Hi Andy, I am interested in joining the C++ for Financial Engineering Online Course. However, does it matter than i am currently residing in Singapore? Will the certificate be mailed to a Singapore address? Thanks
Hi Andy, thanks a lot for updating the programs reviews. However I found that some programs have extremely contradictory comments. I guess experience differ between domestic and international students. So could you please include the status of the reviewer so that we can have an expectation of the possible bias?
have been admitted to IIT MS Finance and UNCC mathematical finace.
which has better job prospects for international student.
and have been to lot of forums and read many articles, but still not clear about class size of IIT MSF., it varies from 200-400.
hello Andy!! i have been admitted to the MQF program at rutgers business school and USC MFE. can you help me decide between the two if i am looking forward to study further but after gaining some experience after my masters. i could not find much info on USC. all i could find was from the discussions in quantnet. need help!!!
Love the website: has been of tremendous help. I was wondering if it would be possible to include the quantitative finance masters at Olin (Washington University) in the tracker. It is actually a pretty big program.
I just completed my undergraduate degree in actuarial science. I love mathematics and I would ultimately want to become a portfolio manager for an investment company but I really love mathematics and I hope to apply mathematics a lot to aid in the fund management. I am going to be studying MFE in september. Do you think that financial engineering is the right programme given my ambitions and love for mathematics.