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  1. Hello everyone, I am planning to apply for PhD programs in Statistics and/or Biostatistics. I am seeking advice about the programs I should target. I would like advice based on my background below. Thank you a lot for your time! A quick summary about me - I have undergraduate degree in environmental science and master’s degree in applied stat. I graduated in 2019 and have one-year work experience. I attach my questions at the end. Type of Student: International, Asian Undergraduate Institution: Asian, top-50 by US news ranking Majors: Environmental Science
  2. Hi, Seeking advice/opinions on applications for Stat PhD courses in the US. I will be applying to start in Fall 2022. My profile: Nationality: Indian (undergrad in UK, IB Diploma in Singapore) Grade Scale: 1st - A+, 2:1 - A, 2:2 - B Undergraduate - BSc Economics (London School of Economics) with 2:1 Math/Stat Courses - Mathematical Methods(1st), Elementary Stat Theory(1st), Abstract Math( high 2:1), Operations Research(high 2:1), Econometrics(2:2) Postgraduate(Not sure if this is considered postgraduate) - Graduate Certificate in Theoretical Probability and S
  3. Hello world, Hope everyone remains healthy. I applied for the 2020 Fall PhD and received the following offer: 1. York University, Toronto, Canada Funding: 43k$ per year Length: 3.5 - 4 year PhD in Mathematics and Statistics Deadline to response: April 10 2020 2. Florida State University, USA Funding: Self-fund first year and pending situation for the rest years (Basically, no) Length: 5 year PhD in Biostatistics Deadline to response: April 15 2020 My long-term goal is industry. Teaching is my second option. B
  4. Hi everyone, I just received the PhD offer from CMU stats department, and I am so happy with that. However, now I am facing a difficult decision between choosing to stay at University of Toronto for my PhD (where I did my undergrad) or go to CMU for a new adventure. My current research interest is more about: 1. Applied Bayesian inferential methods. 2. Statistical Computations. 3. Machine learning and Data Science. And my future plan is to find a faculty position in statistics. The pros for UofT: 1. I am an international student, so staying at uoft makes it more possible
  5. Hello. I'm currently applying for PhD programs for Statistics/Industrial Engineering for Fall 2020. My main goal is to work as a faculty member, my main interests would be in stochastic process, econometrics, nonparametric method. undergraduate: Top15 or 20 in my country, International Major: Applied Mathematics GPA: 84.8/100 (Major: 86/100, top10%) Coursework: Mathematics Analysis, Linear Algebra, Real Analysis, Complex Variables Functions, Abstract Algebra, Probability Theory, Topology, Mathematic Statistics, Multivariate Statistics, Number Theory, ODE, Mathematic modeli
  6. I am very interested in pursuing biostatistics PhD for this coming year (2020). I realize I have a low gpa score but have a strong research record/work experience to compensate. I would really appreciate honest feedback about my chances for graduate school this coming year given that I can get very strong LORs. Undergrad Institution: Top 10 LAC Major: Computer Science and Statistics GPA: 3.56 Student: Domestic POC, female Courses: Intro to Stat Modeling (A-), Intro Computer Science I (B+), Multivariable Calculus (A-), Intermediate Statistics (A-), Intro Computer Scie
  7. Hey everyone, I will be applying to Statistics PhD programs for fall of 2020. I am mostly interested in probability theory and general statistical theory. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Undergraduate: Small public university. Relatively small math department. Major: Mathematics GPA: 4.0 Type of Student: White Male Relevant Courses: Calculus I, II, and III, Ordinary Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Modern Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Advanced Calculus I (Real analysis), Numerical Analysis I, Financial Mathematics, Life Contingencies,
  8. Hi, I know I have a very weak academic profile, but I was wondering if I'd have any chance to get into a Stat PhD program, say top 30-40 ish. I'm currently majoring in Mathematics and Statistics at UChicago. To give you a little explanation about my low GPA, I was not thinking about academia and was mainly looking for a job in Finance until 2nd quarter of my junior year. The job I was seeking for doesn't really care about what kind of courses I take, so I took a lot of junk classes in order to compensate for my low math grades. UChicago by itself is a pretty harsh grader (GPA 3.25/4.
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