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Old 02-06-2018, 03:49 AM
Peter T.W. Chen Peter T.W. Chen is offline
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Thumbs up GSU MAS & MRM dual master programs

I am flattered to reveive offer from GSU 2018 fall MAS and MRM dual master programs.

My background:
1. Bachelor of Science in Statistics
2. 1.5 year working experience in P&C as an actuarial analyst (Before begining master), conducting more than 3 projects.
3. Proficient in R. Good in SAS.

I have some questions:
1. I wonder to know whether GSU still provides their students actuarial job fair.
2. Is that possible to find an internship during my master and job after graduation with my background.
3. GSU MRM program is an Accredited University Risk Management Program of the Professional Risk Managerís International Association (PRMIA). How many years will students become PRM after graduation in average?

Thanks for all your assistance.
Very appreciate.

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