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Hi everybody,

Could you tell me what is the best for me if i want to work as a quantitative analyst or in electronic trading in London please? I have two possibilities :
- Stay at Paris Dauphine to do a Master in Economics and Financial Engineering in apprenticeship

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-Go to the Bsc in econometrics and Operation Research and then do a Msc/PhD in econometrics/Quantitative Finance/ Operation Research

Thanks by advance!
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The apprenticeship in Dauphine will give you work experience but not necessarily in the branch you are interested in.
Dauphine is a good university, but Tilburg is more prestigious. In the meantime, I'm not sure any of them will get you into front office jobs in London.
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(Original post by viciant)
Hi everybody,

Could you tell me what is the best for me if i want to work as a quantitative analyst or in electronic trading in London please? I have two possibilities :
- Stay at Paris Dauphine to do a Master in Economics and Financial Engineering in apprenticeship

Or

-Go to the Bsc in econometrics and Operation Research and then do a Msc/PhD in econometrics/Quantitative Finance/ Operation Research

Thanks by advance!
For becoming a quant, you should definitely choose the second option...

For trading, the first.
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