I benefit from the regular seminars. It is encouraging to listen good speakers and get a chance to talk with professors outside of classroom. It is valuable to see them asking questions, involving with the seminar talks and observing their methods for grasping a subject.
I will be able to write about the cons of the program in future. It should be on the lack of competitiveness.
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The Statistics PhD program is ranked 11th in the world
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