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Masters Degrees (Financial Technology)

We have 856 Masters Degrees (Financial Technology)

A Masters in Financial Technology equips postgraduates with the skills to succeed in an emerging marketplace in the financial services sector. Financial Technology (also known as FinTech) involves the study of an array of digital banking applications and systems.

Doing a Masters in Financial Technology allows you to gain knowledge in a diverse range of subject areas related to Finance. For example, you could learn more about cryptocurrencies and blockchain uses, or you could look at investment technologies and the rise of disruptive mobile-first banking companies. Digital payment platforms, big data and risk management are other topics you may explore.

Artificial intelligence and algorithmic programming are also likely to feature on the syllabus for a Masters in FinTech, with many courses offering students the chance to develop their coding knowledge in languages like Python.

Most Masters degrees in Financial Technology are MSc qualifications, reflecting the technical aspects of the subject. You’ll receive training in a range of analytical and quantitative research methods.

Why study a Masters in Financial Technology?

After completing a Masters in Financial Technology, you’ll be well-prepared to embark on a career in the thriving fintech industry, as well as more traditional elements of the finance services sector. From digital investment platforms to cybersecurity and, postgraduates with expertise in Financial Technology are likely to be in-demand by employers around the world.

The interdisciplinary nature of Financial Technology offers opportunities for employment in several sectors, from insurance and law to economics and accounting.

Of course, you’ll also be able to continue your studies with a PhD in Financial Technology if you want to remain in the world of research and academia.

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