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To successfully complete this course, you must have a good understanding of mathematics. You may well have studied finance, economics, engineering or maths or physics as an undergraduate. Or you might have a bachelor’s degree in a science subject, in particular computer science. You should have a general interest in mathematics and statistics.
You should have a general interest in learning the more technical and mathematical techniques used in financial markets, but you don’t need to have a background in finance.
The difference between the MSc Mathematical Trading and Finance to the other two quants courses (MSc Financial Mathematics and MSc Quantitative Finance) are core modules which focus on quantitative trading and structuring.
You’ll study core modules
A UK upper second class degree or above, or the equivalent from an overseas institution.
Your academic background should be in a highly quantitative subject such as mathematics, physics, engineering, economics or computer science and having covered areas such as statistics, linear algebra and calculus.
Fees for 2020:
Tuition fees are subject to annual change
Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
Part of City, University of London, Sir John Cass Business School has been at the forefront of business education for over 50 years. Our London home is the beating heart of a community spanning 160 countries. Its proximity to the Square Mile and Tech City offers unrivalled access to the best of global business intelligence and innovation. Cass students benefit from our contacts with numerous City firms, moving into positions in those firms every year.