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My career counselor suggested to me this college as per my needs, interests, and my previous academics. I explored the university online and it attracted me. I applied through their official admission portal(online) by paying an application fee of $90.
The course is designed to be completed in four semesters. The strong emphasis is on financial economics in addition to financial engineering and computational methods, as well as emerging tools of FinTech. The M.Fin program is intended to prepare us for a wide range of careers both inside and outside the financial industry, including applied research, financial engineering, and technology, risk management, macroeconomic and financial forecasting.
It's ranking for undergraduate education, its prestige, the beauty of its campus, its proximity to my home, the strength of the economics department, and the unparalleled love its alumni show to the institution.
Princeton's course curriculum is tough but fair. The distribution requirements for students studying the humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences encourage exploration outside of one's field of study. Double majoring is not allowed because the required amount of independent work would be too much, but the fact that all students are required to engage in independent work (writing a senior thesis or creating an independent project) is fairly unique to Princeton and fosters deep critical thinking and analytical skills.