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Grad School Program Recommendations & How to Narrow Down My List of Programs

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It’s going to be pretty tough applying to European programs because analysis is typically a freshman course there and you will be way behind. Check with the admission to be sure. Masters in Canada is usually funded (not really livable stipend but better than nothing) but again top schools are gonna be tough to get into (you have to contact the professors or your app can be ignored). I’ve seen on mathematicsgre.com that there are a few funded masters in the US. But top US programs don’t give funded masters if at all. If you want to aim higher, I’d recommend more advanced coursework cuz right now you only have the minimum prereqs.
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I considered going to Switzerland (even had a guy who would advise me there) but the entry requirements of the country are pretty crazy.
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If you’re just going for a Master’s, Clemson might be good since they fund their master’s students (and not just their master’s students who are going on to a PhD)

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