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Debunking Myths about the Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) Program

We strive to make our admissions process extremely transparent, but we continue to hear some concerns from prospective applicants that just aren’t true.  So we’re setting the record straight:

MFE06 Alumnus Eugene Lee's Path to Fintech for Good

By Linda Kreitzman   |   Jul 27, 2018
We love visits from our alumni and we were so happy to see just last Friday MFE06 Eugene Lee with his wife, new baby and his colleague and MFE alumnus Guanghua Cao whom Eugene recently hired to work at his firm...

Moving from "Traditional" Finance to Fintech/Blockchain

By Linda Kreitzman   |   Apr 26, 2018
Many students and alumni want to work in Fintech and often ask me what advice I can give them. I recommend engaging in new coursework in programming (Python, R, C++), Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligenc...

A Passion for Robo-Advising

By Linda Kreitzman   |   Oct 11, 2017
Juan Rassa, MFE17, had a specific goal when coming to the MFE Program at Berkeley in March of 2016. He was going to get his MFE degree, work as a data scientist, and in his spare time, he would build a robo-adv...

Finish Your Berkeley MFE Application in 5 Days!

By The Berkeley MFE Program   |   Sep 27, 2017
Our Round 4 Deadline is coming up on October 2 - that’s 5 days from today! - for Spring 2018 start. 

Fintech Series Part 4: How Are We Addressing the Challenge?

By Linda Kreitzman   |   Aug 25, 2017
Welcome to the final part of my Fintech Series. Be sure you’ve checked out part one, part two, and part three. Developments in fintech pose a new challenge to traditional finance curricula. As discussed in part...

Alumni Spotlight: A Chat with Liran Amrany ('04), Co-founder & CEO of Debitize

By The Berkeley MFE Program   |   Aug 01, 2017
From Quant Finance to Fintech In our previous post, we checked in with one of our recent grads.  Continuing our Alumni Spotlight, today we’ll showcase the career progression of Liran Amrany, MFE Class of 2004.
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