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申请美国金融硕士指导及项目列表  

2010-10-16 15:56:40|  分类: 出国留学规划师 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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出国的同学要考虑的问题是:

目标专业给自己带来的竞争力是什么?

毕业后就业计划是什么?

自己已有的学习和实习工作经历是否能够帮助自己攻读该专业?是否能够让自己有优势?

自己与其他同学不同的地方在哪?什么是自己的优点和缺点?

市场未来5年的需求是什么?

 

中青发展觉得出国的同学需要对出国有一个更加理性全面的考虑。多和行业人士沟通,多与专业学生交流,获得多方面信息作出适合自己发展的选择。金融不一定适合所有人,纽约未必适合你。就像往年参加过中青发展哥伦比亚大学培训的同学,他们来了哥大有机会见了教授和学生,知道了兴趣专业的课程特点,又通过接触华尔街经理人士了解到金融行业不同的工作种类和生活形态。他们有的更加坚定自己的出国计划,有的发现国内的积累或许更适合自己。

 

(1)美国的金融硕士供大于求吗?

自2008年开始,金融方向的硕士就业形式开始严峻,在金融危机开始到2009年末可以说市场形式都不好。不过从2010年上半年开始由于新兴经济的恢复和强力增长尤其是中国,美国金融市场恢复也开始有了明显迹象。多个金融大公司比如UBS和Credit Suisse今年暑假都增加招聘人数。2010年5月份毕业的金融硕士目前看就业机会都在增多,比如哥大Operation Research今年有在几家大银行都找到工作的,然后也有一些在fund找到工作。而Financial Engineering的毕业生就业相对更好点。MBA的就更好些。如果新兴经济体保持稳定和上升趋势,相信明年市场会更好。但不可否认,现在金融市场对人力的需求已经不像2007年之前那么疯狂。而美国和中国培养的金融人才确实数量上是超过了每年市场的需求量。

 

所以真正对金融感兴趣也相信自己在金融行业能够有所作为的学生,就应该坚持下去,相信水涨船高的道理,努力让自己更加优秀。而如果自己的优势不是在金融领域的学生,确实还是考虑其他行业可能比较明智。

 

(2) 那么什么样的同学适合申请金融硕士或者以后从事金融行业呢?

从目前金融行业的用人情况看,具有数学,金融,编程和统计操作能力的同学比较有优势。而如果这些同学有很强的语言表达能力那么在金融行业的选择就更多。所以学工程类比如计算机工程,还有基础科学比如物理,化学,材料,数学等专业的同学都有机会从事金融工作。同样,现在很多美国的金融硕士项目无论是金融学理学硕士还是金融工程工科硕士,都比较看重有science, 或者engineering背景的申请者。而国内攻读金融,经济,管理,财务,会计等专业的同学在申请时候未必举办优势。这些专业的同学还是仔细看看目标项目对本科期间所读数学和计算机语言类的课程要求,提前作好准备。

 

那么是不是其他专业的同学就没有机会?肯定不是。但肯定机会更少,你要花费更多的时间去转换到金融行业。也许你并不需要一个金融学历就能进入金融行业工作。比如通过你出色的学习能力和课外活动能力来表明你的竞争力。也许你通过自学和实践操作已经具备了一名金融从业人员的基本素质。那么你就有机会获得面试机会,进而证明你对金融市场是有敏锐度和操作能力的。

 

 

 

3What is the difference between Master of Finance and MBA?

In comparison with the MBA programs, master of finance will deepen the knowledge of finance and the related prerequisite disciplines (such as statistics, accounting, etc.). The master programs incorporate all the interdisciplinary aspects of modern finance, such as financial mathematics, financial econometrics, computational finance, behavioral finance, corporate finance, etc. The courses are more demanding, and more quantitative, than a typical MBA course. In general, the graduates of master of finance will not be as attractive as MBAs in the corporate finance and M&A areas where the non-finance parts of an MBA curriculum are useful. In fact, if that is where you really want to work, you would probably be better off following an MBA course of study.

 

However, if you are interested in other areas encompassed within the modern investment bank such as quantitative asset management, risk management, derivatives pricing and trading, fixed income analytics and other areas where a quantitative background in the theoretical and practical aspects of modern finance is essential, you should consider the master programs in finance.

 

We also note that the world of finance is much broader than the traditional investment banking firms, with opportunities in insurance, commercial banking, commodities and energy trading and risk management in traditional industrial companies to name only a few.



List of leading master programs in Finance in USA

 

1. Columbia University

 

Master of Financial Engineering, 

Industrial Engineering and Operation Research Department,

Fu Foundation Engineering School, Columbia University

www.ieor.columbia.edu/pages/graduate/ms_financial_eng/index.html

This program provides one to two years that depends on the students. Usually the program recruits about 45 students each year. Most students have mathematics and engineering backgrounds. The program curriculum combines the theories and tools in engineering, mathematics, and finance. The advantage of the program is following:

(1)     multidisciplinary curriculum

(2)     located in New York City that is easy to build connection with the Wall Street and the finance industry

(3)     excellent career education services

Tuition 2008-09: 44,928

Apply

 

Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department
Rm. 313, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Columbia University
500 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027

Phone: +1 212-854-2942 
Fax: +1 212-854-8103
Email: info@ieor.columbia.edu

If you have specific questions, please contact the appropriate areas below.

Admissions  
Phone: +1 212-854-2941 
Email: admit@ieor.columbia.edu

 

Master of Arts in Mathematics of Finance

Department of Statistics,

Graduate School of Arts and Science,

Columbia University

http://www.stat.columbia.edu/pages/programs/mamath/index.html

http://www.math.columbia.edu/department/mafn/

The Department of Mathematics jointly with Department of Statistics at Columbia University offers a track of its Master of Arts in Mathematics with specialization in the Mathematics of Finance. The program draws on the diverse strengths of Columbia in stochastic processes, numerical methods, and Finance. The program includes training in:

·                                 Probability and Random Process

·                                 Statistics

·                                 Partial Differential Equations

·                                 Modern Financial Markets and their basic Instruments

·                                 Valuation and Hedging Techniques

·                                 Methods of Computation and Simulation

Tuition 2008-09: Full-Time Tuition $17,516 per semester (1 Residence Unit per semester) and $35,032 per year (2 Residence Units per year)

Apply

 

Contact: Mikhail Smirnov, smirnov@math.columbia.edu

Application forms are available and all application materials should be mailed to:

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Office of Admissions Columbia University

107 Low Memorial Library, M.C. 4304

535 West 116th Street New York, NY 10027

Telephone: (212) 854-4737

Email: gsas-admit@columbia.edu

中青发展CYDP

 

2. New York University

 

Master of Mathematics in Finance

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,

New York University

http://math.nyu.edu/financial_mathematics/

 

In the fall, a new class of full-time students numbers about 30. But our courses are also attended by part-time and non-degree students who work full-time in the financial industry as well as PhD students in Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, and other sciences for whom quantitative finance is an attractive career option.

 

To gain admission, whether full-time, part-time, or non-degree, an applicant must demonstrate a high aptitude for quantitative reasoning. He or she must have a firm grasp of mathematics at a high undergraduate level, which includes at least the following Mathematics courses:

·                                 Multivariate calculus (through partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and Taylor series)

·                                 Linear algebra (systems of equations, determinants, factorization, range and null space, and eigenvalues of symmetric matrices)

·                                 Calculus-based course in probability (independence, conditional probabilities, Gaussian distribution, law of large numbers, central limit theorem). 

Work experience is not necessary to gain acceptance into the full-time program, though it can be helpful for finding a job after the program.

The application submission process for all programs is handled by the New York University Graduate School of Arts and Science. They forward applications to us for evaluation only once they are complete.

 

Tuition 2008-09: $1,272 per point

Apply

 

Graduate Enrollment Services

phone: 212-998-8050

email: gsas.admissions@nyu.edu

 

3. Stanford University

Master of Financial Mathematics

Department of Mathematics and Statistics,

School of Humanities and Sciences,

Stanford University

finmath.stanford.edu/contact.html

 

中青发展CYDP

Your mathematics background should be extremely strong, especially in PDE and probability. The single most common reason applicants are rejected is their math background is not strong enough. You may consider strengthening your math background and applying later. Substantial subsets of our courses are electives in theMaster of Science in Statistics and the Master of Science in MS&E. Consider applying to one of these programs instead if your background provides a better fit to either of them.

 

To be eligible for admission, students are expected to have taken the following courses or their equivalent:

1.                             Linear algebra at the level of MATH 104.

2.                             Advanced calculus (real analysis) at the level of MATH 115.

3.                             Basic ordinary and partial differential equations at the level of MATH 131 and 132 (basic partial differential equations).

4.                             Probability at the level of STATS 116; theory of statistics at the level of STATS 200; and stochastic processes at the level of STATS 217 or, preferably, MATH 136/STATS 219.

5.                             Computer programming at the level of CS 106A,B,or X.

 

Candidates for admission must take the general GRE and preferably the subject test in Mathematics as well.

 

Deadline: 12/08/2009

Apply

中青发展CYDP

Financial Math Program
Sequoia Hall
390 Serra Mall
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-4065
(650) 723-1796
Fax (650) 725-8977
finmathinfo@lists.stanford.edu

 

4. Princeton University

Master of Finance

The interdisciplinary Bendheim Center for Finance,

Princeton University

www.princeton.edu/bcf/graduate/

 

The program has a strong emphasis on financial economics in addition to financial engineering and computational methods. The students usually take 1 or 2 years to finish the program.

 

Unlike mathematical or computational finance Master programs, we teach all of finance. This means for instance that we teach accounting, corporate finance, behavioral finance, etc., in addition to stochastic calculus, derivatives pricing, financial engineering, etc. We believe that our broad multidisciplinary approach to finance is an important advantage of our program, and that our placement record reflects it.

中青发展CYDP

In Mathematics, we expect applicants to be familiar at a minimum with the material in: MAT 200 (Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus) and in Probability and Statistics at the level of an introductory course such as ECO 200 (Statistics and Data Analysis for Economists) or ORF 245 (Fundamentals of Engineering Statistics).

 

In addition, we offer incoming MFin students a two-week refresher course in math prior to the beginning of classes in the Fall semester. This course is required.

 

For 2009, we received 591 applications and offered admission to 24 applicants (4%), with 19 enrolling (80%). In 2008, we received 664 completed applications and offered admission to 40 applicants (7%) and 30 enrolled (75%). In 2007, we received 459 applications and offered admission to 48 applicants (10%).

 

Tuition 2008-09: $36,610

Apply

中青发展CYDP

Princeton University,

Graduate Admission Office,

One Clio Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544

gs@princeton.edu

Source: www.princeton.edu

 

 

 

5. Carnegie MellonUniversity

 

Computational Finance [with Heinz, H&SS and Tepper]—M.S.

www.tepper.cmu.edu/master-in-computational-finance/index.aspx/

Department of Mathematical Sciences,

Mellon College of Science,

Carnegie Mellon University

 

Established in1994, the Master of Science in Computational Finance (MSCF) is considered by many today to be the top quantitative financial engineering program in the country. The program has two campuses in Pittsburgh andNew York City. The students can choose to study full-time or part-time. The length is from 18 months to three years. The MSCF program focuses on the use of quantitative methods and information technology in the field of finance. (www.tepper.edu)  

 中青发展CYDP

 

The MSCF program is highly quantitative. Applicants should hold an undergraduate degree in a technical discipline such as mathematics, computer science, engineering or economics. Successful applicants will have taken at least two full semesters of study in differential and integral calculus, the caliber of which is required of engineering, math or science majors (ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, and a calculus based probability course). Applicants should have strong academic performance in mathematics and statistics coursework.

 

Most students have taken engineering-level math courses beyond Calculus such as Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. A calculus-based probability course is also required.

 中青发展CYDP

 Fall 2008 Entering Class Profile

Engineering

28%

Bachelors

60%

Science

9%

Masters

32%

Math

20%

PhD

8%

Economics/Business

19%

 

 

Computer Science

24%

 

 

 

While the MSCF program accepts either the GMAT or the GRE, preference is given to the GRE.

Fall 2008 Test Scores

GRE 587 Verbal   792 Quantitative

GMAT 721 Total     39 Verbal     49 Quantitative     5.0 AWA

 

l         86% of the class of 2007 (graduating Dec. '06) were employed by graduation, 95% within three months of graduation.

l         94% of the class of 2008 (graduating Dec. '07) were employed by graduation, 97% within three months of graduation.

l         69% of the class of 2009 (graduating Dec. '08) were employed by graduation, 80% within three months of graduation.  

 

Tuition: $49,200

Apply

 

Masters Admissions Office

Phone: 412.268.3679

Email: mscf-admissions@andrew.cmu.edu

中青发展CYDP

 

6. University of Chicago



Master of Science in Financial Mathematics

http://finmath.uchicago.edu/new/msfm/home/index.php

The Stevanovich Center for Financial Mathematics,

University of Chicago

The University of Chicago provides an intensive Master of Science in Financial Mathematics program with three semesters. The program has three campuses in Chicago, Singapore, and Stamford. It has emphasis on the integration of theoretical and applied mathematics and practical applications to derivatives pricing and the management of financial assets.

 

The applicants should have solid knowledge of multivariable calculus, linear algebra and differential equations. If you do not have this knowledge you might look into our Financial Mathematics Preparation Course or courses with similar contents at a local university. Computer programming ability, especially in Matlab and C++, is also useful and is essential in working afterwards. If you don't have programming experience we recommend that you take the optional course in C++ programming. Some exposure to probability and statistics is also useful. The biggest reason people are not admitted is inadequate mathematical preparation, it is not possible to "figure it out as you go along."

 

Both the GRE General Test and the GRE Math Subject Tests are required.  However, if you received your bachelor's degree prior to June of 2007, you are exempt from any GRE requirements.

 

Tuition 2008-09: 44,892

Apply

 

Terri Rossi
The University of Chicago 
Department of Mathematics 
Program on Financial Mathematics
5734 S. University Avenue - Room 214 
Chicago, Illinois 60637

 

7. UC-Berkeley

www.haas.berkeley.edu/mfe/

The Berkeley Master's of Financial Engineering Program is a 12-month program that focuses on the education at the cutting edge of finance in investment banks, commercial banks, and other firms around the world. 100% of students placed in paid internships.

 

Applications are accepted year-round on a rolling deadline, and 65 students are enrolled each year. The program has emphasis on a strong quantitative background including linear algebra, multivariate calculus, differential equations, numerical analysis and advanced statistics and probability. The students should have knowledge of computer programming (C, C++) and familiarity with computers as a computational and management tool. Therefore, the applicants are required to provide a Video presentation submitted on CD to MFE office.

 

Also the program prefers the candidates with work experience. Moreover, the applicants should have experience with statistical and econometric applications (Examples: SAS, Gauss, RATS, S-Plus, and Garch) and experience with mathematical tools. (Examples: MatLab, Mathematica, or MathCad.)

 

The Berkeley MFE Program has been ranked #1 by Global Derivatives and named one of the top 10 quant schools by Advanced Trading magazine. In 2008, eight Berkeley MFE students were named to Advanced Trading's annualQuant Gold Book, which lists the nation's top 18 rising stars in quantitative finance.

 

The Haas MFE Program is one of only two degree programs in financial engineering offered solely under the auspices of a business school. Most financial engineering programs are taught in mathematics, engineering or operations research departments. As a result, MFE students learn about computational finance within the context of business and economic principles, and enjoy the additional advantages of the business school's career services, corporate contacts, and orientation towards business applications. The MFE program is also the only Financial Engineering program that includes a ten-week, mid-program, optional winter internship as part of the curriculum.

 

Tuition 2009-10: $49,750

Deadline: year-round on a rolling deadline

Apply

 

Master's in Financial Engineering Program
Haas School of Business, F514
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900

mfe@haas.berkeley.edu

Phone (510) 642-4417

中青发展

8. Georgia Tech

Master of Science in Quantitative and Computational Finance (MSQCF)

www.qcf.gatech.edu/

H.Milton Stewart School of Industrial and System Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology

 

The MS in Quantitative and Computational Finance Program is a Georgia Tech Multidisciplinary Program with Home Units of Mathematics, Management, and Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE). It is expected that approximately 50 students will be admitted to the MS QCF Program each year.

 

Admitted students usually have Bachelor's degrees in technical areas such as the physical sciences, engineering, quantitative areas in the social sciences and management, and computer science. In particular, for the MS QCF program coursework it is important that you have a working knowledge of calculus, including some linear algebra and differential equations (usually four semesters of calculus), a calculus-based probability and statistics course (one or two semesters) and some knowledge of programming to assist in solving problems (possibly C or FORTRAN, or the programming language that accompanies MatLab). The probability is important throughout the coursework. Also, if you have not had micro- and macro-economics, you are strongly urged to take one or more courses in this area when you are a part of the program.

 

In many cases, graduates of the program fit into the 'quant' label that is used within financial institutions to describe those individuals working on the formulation and evaluation of financial models. Using the term 'computational' also indicates there is some advanced level of mathematical emphasis in the program.

 

Graduate Admissions
631 Cherry Street Room 318
Atlanta, GA 30332-0321

Gail Potts

gail.potts@grad.gatech.edu

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