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Hi Andy
I was accepted into the FSU Financial Math PhD program, and there's very little recent information I can find on things like employability, program quality. As an international student, I am considering the program due to the fee waiver+stipend offered to me, but I would like to know if it's worth my time. Is there a resource that you think might be helpful, or a person I could direct my queries towards?
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Andy Nguyen
Andy Nguyen
Yes. It is a lesser known program. You wont find much info on it outside of Quantnet so i suggest post your question on the forum and others may chime in.
Hi Andy,

I recently got accepted into the MS Quantitative finance joint program between NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai. As the program is relatively new, I'm wondering if you might have any insights on whether it is on par with MFE/mathematics programs or if other members have discussed the program.
Andy Nguyen
Andy Nguyen
It would not be comparable to most programs we discuss here. It's more like geared towards local students who want to join an exchange program.
Hi Andy,

I am pursuing a double MS in CS and Data Science from top 10 program CS in the US. What are some ways I can learn from to make myself more competitive? I am missing the financial aspect and am worried that would make me less competitive. I am learning mental math, stats, and looking at practice interviews. What else can I do to prepare better? I want to become a buy-side quant. Thank you.
Andy Nguyen
Andy Nguyen
My suggestion is for you to read as much as you can here. There are many Ask Me Anything (AMA) threads here from practicing quants who share their wisdom. Read books from our Master Reading List.