Tran Thi Huyen

Hello! My name is Tran Thi Huyen. I am a student in second year of the Master Program in Quantitative Finance, Faculty of Economics Sciences, University of Warsaw. 

I first came to Poland almost 2 years ago under the scholarship of Imaginarius Foundation to study at the University of Warsaw. Until now, I could say that studying here in Poland is one of the most important milestones in my life. I can not only enjoy a new life in a foreign country, get exposure to excellent academic environment, but also have a great opportunity to make new friends and open my eyes to a wider world. Regarding the study program at the University of Warsaw, I would like to have few words for students who wish to apply for the Master Program in Quantitative Finance. 

In general, the program is structured so that students could get enough financial theoretical knowledge as well as acquire necessary practical skills to work in related industries. For those who want to pursue applied research program in Finance, the program definitely provides prerequisite subjects such as Mathematical Methods in Finance, Time Series Analysis, Empirics of Financial Markets? and sharpened research skills to be successful in further studies. In addition, the program also equips student with strong programming background and logic mind to work in a changing financial industry after studying subjects such as High Frequency Data, C++ in Quantitative Finance, Risk Analysis and Modeling? 

To successfully get the best out of the program?s curriculum including such specialized subjects, students are advised to have some background in Mathematics, Economics, or Finance. It would be difficult to get admission and keep pace with the program structure without necessary knowledge in Undergraduate Studies. However, as long as a student has a desire to study, many students and professors in the University are always willing to help through studying in groups or office hours. The University also has different small libraries in various faculties and a main large library from which students can build and strengthen their knowledge. 

Besides studying at the Faculty, the Master Program in Quantitative Finance also offers students the opportunity to go to different countries across Europe to study via Erasmus Exchange Program. In the second semester of the first year, information about the program will be available and open for application. This funded exchange program is actually a great chance for students to meet many international students and visit new places. 

There are so many benefits and opportunities that a student like me can be provided after being admitted into the Master Program and coming to Poland under Imaginarius Scholarship. I have always wanted to express my sincere thanks to the Foundation for this life-changing opportunity!




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My name is Hiep,  2015-2017 Imaginarius scholarship holder .I finished my Master of Quantitative Finance at Faculty of Economic Science, University of Warsaw in 2007. Until now,  I feel very lucky and very greatful for the support of the scholarship. It has given me a wonderful experience in many senses.

Cześć!! Jestem Nguyen Thi Dieu Linh. Time is not counted by the number of days but the way you spend it. Two years in Poland is indeed a memorable part of my life. I still remember clearly how shy I was during the Orientation day, how absurd the term “programming” firstly appeared in my mind, to appreciate more the value that Imaginarius Foundation scholarship brought to me

I am Huyen Le. I graduated with the bachelor in Banking and International Finance before coming to Poland. I was granted with the Imaginarius Scholarship to study Quantitative Finance at University of Warsaw in two years and I am sincerely grateful for that. I hope that my testimonial here will help you to understand more about the scholarship, the country and also the education that you can receive if you choose Poland.

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