I'm new here but I've read some threads in this forum. I got accepted into MMEF program in Pantheon-Sorbonne, as well as Master of Finance in the Australian National University.
Just wondering if any of them is a better option if my goal in the long run is to do a phd in LSE or top 20 US (I'm thinking Berkeley, Carnegie-Mellon, or even MIT )
Undergrad: IIA (2nd Upper Class) Honours in Mathematics
Undergrad GPA: 3.3.
Teaching experience: Tutor for calculus I and II, and Stats I
Research experience: Undergrad Honours Thesis monte carlo/parameterisation of Stochastic Differential Equations, summer research scholarship under school of maths (pseudo-random number generator)
Advanced (PhD/Hons) Courses taken in Undergrad: Advanced Analysis and PDE, Financial Calculus, Algebraic Methods in Mathematical Physics, Advanced Probability and Stochastic Processes, Complex and Functional analysis, Coding and Cryptography, Advanced Experimental Design
GRE is yet to come
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