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COMPARE NTU MFE vs Rutgers MQF

NTU MFE vs Rutgers MQF

  • NTU MFE

    Votes: 4 23.5%
  • Rutgers MQf

    Votes: 7 41.2%
  • Fordham MQF

    Votes: 6 35.3%

  • Total voters
    17

mkmkggg

New Member
Received admissions from the two programs but uncertain which one to choose. I am located in Singapore now but want to try some place different and thus prefers Rutgers MQF. However it seems that NTU ranks higher than Rutgers in terms of university overall ranking and is better known? For program ranking NTU MFE is not in quantnet ranking list so not sure how to compare the two. Please give some advice. Thanks a lot.
 

danielfang

New Member
In my opinion, it depends on whether you want to work in Singapore or in the US. Much more important than comparing the ranking. 😅
 

mkmkggg

New Member
Thanks for the reply! I would prefer the US. But I am concerned that job is more difficult to get there and in the long term green card is hard to get; I am PR in Singapore (staying overseas too long might lose it). PS. Adding another option as just got the admission from Fordham QF.
 

Michsund

Well-Known Member
C++ Student
I know the Fordham program is no joke. They have 90% employment at an average salary of 97k. The director seemed very Hans on as well and I would recommend the program.
 

longgamma

Active Member
C++ Student
Thanks for the reply! I would prefer the US. But I am concerned that job is more difficult to get there and in the long term green card is hard to get; I am PR in Singapore (staying overseas too long might lose it). PS. Adding another option as just got the admission from Fordham QF.
Getting the first job is hard anywhere, just how the world is :). Regarding green card, think the waiting period for SG citizens is way better than Chinese, Indian and mexican nationals.
 

Onegin

Active Member
C++ Student
I know the Fordham program is no joke. They have 90% employment at an average salary of 97k. The director seemed very Hans on as well and I would recommend the program.
Any idea how much of that is from the part time option?
 
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