Hi all, I'm currently having a hard time deciding whether to attend Georgia Tech's MS-QCF or UCLA's MFE this fall. I've heard great things about both programs, and I was hoping the QuantNet community could help me with my decision! IMO, UCLA MFE has the better location, better B-School, and the curriculum is more suited for helping you get CFA certification? I spent 4 years of my undergraduate studies in LA so there is familiarity there as well. On the other hand, I think Georgia Tech QCF's curriculum is more rigorous and programming heavy (which I do like), incredible placement stats, and from what I heard, great career services. I'm an undergraduate with no full-time work experience whatsoever, and because of this I am also unsure which program would prepare me best for future career opportunities? Any feedback and help is greatly appreciated!