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Old 2nd January 2016, 09:36 AM
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Default Re: UCLA Masters Finance

The finance industry needs people who possess deep mathematical modeling skills and computational expertise. So UCLA Anderson School of Management offers master of finance engineering course.

Admissions Criteria

The UCLA Anderson MFE admissions committee considers several factors in selecting candidates.

Ability to do graduate-level business and finance coursework

Evidence of computational programming skills (for example, C++) and familiarity with computers as computational and management tools

Strong quantitative background, including coursework in: linear algebra, multivariate calculus, differential equations, numerical methods, advanced statistics and probability

Excellent writing, speaking, and presentation ability in English
Evidence of experience with mathematical tools (for example, MATLAB)
Work or research experience in a quantitative discipline (recommended, but not required)

Progress towards obtaining CFA certification

Experience with statistical and econometric applications

Application Requirements

Online Application

Application Fee
A non-refundable application fee of $200 is required.

Academic Records

GMAT/GRE
GMAT: 2NZ-2F-21
GRE: 5988

Letters of Recommendation
Two letters of recommendation (submitted online) are required from individuals

Essays
Applicants are required to submit two essays as part of the online application to the MFE program.

Work History / Resume

TOEFL / IELTS (International Applicants)

Contact details


UCLA Anderson School of Management  
University of California, Los Angeles
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