Hello and nice finding you!For a long time now I am thinking of financial markets and the world of derivatives as a very good future opportunity.Since I am a ''computational guy'' and in love with the finite element analysis,I decided to let my mind go of the Msc in geotechnical engineering and to start thinking of a Msc in computational engineering.Now my question is,what is the best to do?An Msc in computational engineering and a thesis or Phd on FEM and derivatives or going straight for an Msc in financial engineering?Thanks a lot guys for taking the time to read and answer my question!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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