Hi everyone, i have admitted to the 4 msf programs listed above and to one Master program. But i am a little bit struggling with them. I was wondering if anyone could provide any insight for any of these program. I really appreciate your help and time.First, I will talk about my background briefly. I am an international student major in Biotechnology, minor in Finance. My long term goal is to step in private equity fund area, and short term goal is to become an equity research analyst, focus in biomedical industry. I want to land a job in U.S and stay in U.S as long as possible since I am gay and sadly, my home country doesn't root for gay marriage. Currently, I prefer to go to Columbia, JHU or UCSD because If I could not find a full time job here, I have to return to my home country and these schools enjoy good reputation in my hometown. Columbia has the highest comprehensive ranking. Its location is perfect. The Master of Applied Analytic(MSAA) program is STEM designed. But it's a new program. It is under school of professional study instead of Columbia Business School and I wonder whether this diploma can help me find a job in financial area. JHU has a good brand but the program is not STEM designed and its location is not bad. USCD MSF program is a combination of big data and finance. The program is new and its location is not ideal. I know all the program mostly international but I just want to make the most reasonable choice.
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