The Georgia State University Masters in Finance program has made a number of updates and I felt it was long overdue for another post on the program. The MSF world continues to change at a relatively quick speed and with application season moving along it pays to be up to speed. Check out below for whats new with the GSU program.
The GSU MSF program is now STEM Certified. This is something that almost all programs have now and is extremely important for any international student considering a program. Being able to extend your visa once you graduate because of this certification not only makes finding a job easier, but is a major deciding factor for anyone considering a program. I am glad to see Georgia State do this and it shows that they are continually trying to improve to benefit anyone applying or considering the program.
Financial Leadership Symposium on 3/13
The university is hosting its 6th Financial Leadership Symposium focusing on asset management and wealth managers discussing future of regulation and technology in the industry. The panel will have local industry professionals with networking after. I think these are great as they allow students of Georgia State to hear from people in the industry and gain a real world perspective. The previous symposium focused on private equity.
Details are as follows:
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 | 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM EDT | You can register here
The application season is quickly coming to an end. Anyone interested in applying for admittance this year should take note that two more application windows are available.
- April 1, 2019 – International Student Deadline
- June 1, 2019 – Final Deadline
There is also an upcoming webinar for anyone who is looking for additional information on the program.
- Webinar: MS in Finance, 3/13/19 – 9:00AM ET – 10:00AM ET
I actually plan on attending the Symposium so anyone reading this who is in the area, stop by and say hello.
Here is a link to the Georgia State University Masters in Finance Program