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Specialised Master in Quantitative Finance

Course Description

The objective of the Specialised Master Quantitative Finance is to train top level specialists able to advance in today’s global financial sector characterised by constant change and continuous innovation.

This 12-month master has been developed to help graduates from engineering schools and universities, possessing a strong background in mathematics, computer science, physics and similar areas of expertise, launch their career in quantitative finance. After completing this specialised master, graduates take up various positions like Risk Manager, Financial Engineer or ‘Quant’, Asset Manager, Fund Manager and others.

The academic courses include both the fundamentals of management as well as specialised courses like quantitative methods, economic and financial environments, life insurance and pension funds management. This academic part is complemented by a 6 month period in-company.

Visit the Specialised Master in Quantitative Finance page on the emlyon business school website for more details!

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Entry Requirements

Applicants need to hold a Master Degree in Engineering, Mathematics, IT or Management, with strong background in quantitative methods.

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