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This is an exciting and intensive one-year taught postgraduate programme. Our team of dedicated lecturers and support staff help to keep the course one of our most popular. In a typical year the class consists of around 15-20 students, from a number of different countries.

The Department of Mathematics, the University of York, and the historic City of York provide a uniquely attractive environment in which to live and study.

On this MSc programme you will develop skills and competence in Mathematical Finance which are of direct relevance in the field of work. For details of the modules currently offered please see Programme Structure. If you are unable to commit yourself to full-time campus-based study and would prefer to study by online distance learning then please visit the MSc in Mathematical Finance by Online Distance Learning.


The MSc in Mathematical Finance opens up fantastic employment opportunities to successful graduates in:
-Investment banks
-Hedge funds
-Insurance companies
-Stock brokerage
-Unit trusts
-Pension funds
-Corporate finance departments
-Other financial institutions worldwide.

Graduates can embark on careers in trading and pricing derivative financial securities (options, futures, forwards, and the like), fund management, risk management, research and development, or pursue further study to PhD level. For more information about career opportunities, please visit the career opportunities section.

You will also receive Transferable and Generic Skills training, along with the option of choosing various modules to add to the variety of the programme.

Visit the Mathematical Finance - MSc page on the University of York website for more details!




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