What's the wonderful experience during you college time
I’m glad that I learned how to manage time much better in college.
Because I could take some optional courses, I was able to figure out
what I really like and what I want to do in the future.
Also, I’m thankful to many professors for their outstanding teaching and
advices on my future plans.
I feel very grateful that I found my further goals of studying in XXX
graduate programs way before I graduate from college.
to spend time with my family who have been providing love and supporting
me for always. Also, I like to meet people around the world. I believe
my travel experience has broadened my views and it provides me with
aspects of cultural diversity.
I think the most challenging
thing for me to study abroad would be the weather. Comparing to Taipei,
Boston is much colder, especially in winter. However, I think I would
manage to get used to it and also the lifestyle in Boston after staying
there for a month.
Why Math Finance?
I have always been interested in
mathematics. And I think my background in
Computer Science strengthens my competiveness in field of mathematical
After graduating from college, I
began to work in Taiwan. And I learned about real issues that business
companies often encounter.
I felt the need to further my
studies in order to enhance my professional abilities.
I would like to take this opportunity as my cross-cultural training.
How did you hear of Boston University?
Boston University is one of the best private universities in the U.S.
It’s an ancient university and there are many international students in
BU. Also, the traffic there is very convenient. Buildings in BU are all
very beautiful. Plus, there are many historical sites in Boston City. I
think BU is a university with great academic environment and actually
the atmosphere in BU is the main attraction to me.
How will you add value to BU?
I think my ability and enthusiasm in math, finance, and my background in
computer science would make me a great financial engineer. Also, as we
know that there many international students in BU, and I like to get
along with people from all over the world and I will enjoy my study
there. I will be both a good team-player and capable student. Plus, I
think I will be a part of the outstanding alumni network of BU that
benefits more BU students in the future.
What math background do you have?
I took Calculus, Statistics, engineering mathematics, probability, and
I also self-studied topology,
Abstract Algebra and advanced calculus..
What are your career goals?
Resume - take me through it
Any example of leadership position?