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Baruch MFE Advanced C++11/14 and Multidisciplinary Applications Certificate

Baruch MFE Advanced C++11/14 and Multidisciplinary Applications Certificate We are happy to announce that the “Advanced C++11/C++14 and Multidisciplinary Applications” Online Certificate is now open for enrollment, a second step in C++ education after the “C++ Programming for Financial Engineering” Online Certificate which has been completed by over 1,000 students from more than 30 countries. Key …

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From Baruch MFE: Here is solid review Dr Jim Liew stat arb class for classic quant trading strategy and model algorithm development

Hi there Here are some courses you can check out at Baruch in their MFE: Here is solid review Dr Jim Liew stat arb class for classic quant trading strategy and model algorithm development – See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2013/11/from-nyu-here-is-solid-review-dr-jim-liew-stat-arb-class-for-classic-quant-trading-strategy-and-model-algorithm-development/#sthash.3dzRCzDE.dpuf Today is Black Friday! Just in case you did not know,  I noticed a few months …

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I have a question regarding opinion on a few masters in quantitative finance: LSE (MSc in Financial Mathematics), Rutgers, Baruch, NYU

I have a question regarding opinion on a few masters in quantitative finance: LSE (MSc in Financial Mathematics), Rutgers, Baruch, NYU. I would appreciate any advice, opinion, career opportunities.   == about Rutgers ask Marysienke!   == I havent gone to those programs but they are pretty prestigious and hard to get into. If you …

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Quant opinion on a few masters in quantitative finance: LSE (MSc in Financial Mathematics), Rutgers, Baruch, NYU?

Quant opinion on a few masters in quantitative finance: LSE (MSc in Financial Mathematics), Rutgers, Baruch, NYU? == about Rutgers ask Marysienke! == I havent gone to those programs but they are pretty prestigious and hard to get into. If you can get into the NYU program for example and be able to pass all …

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