MSc in Financial Engineering
It is intended for candidates who want to combine a rigorous study of relevant topics in applied and computational mathematics with econometrics and quantitative finance.
Candidates are expected to have a class 2:1 (or equivalent) or higher undergraduate degree in finance or economics with sufficient background in mathematical sciences, or in a mathematics-based field with sufficient background in finance and economics. For more details, see Entry Requirements.
Students graduating with an MSc degree in Financial Engineering will typically find quantitative finance jobs in the City and other financial institutions. Other possibilities include fund management, insurance, the actuarial profession, taxation, and continued study to PhD level.
Applications are invited for the next intake of students in the Autumn of 2013. Please go to the Enquiries and Applications section for further information. Students intending to start the course in 2013 should note that the Autumn Term starts on Monday 30 September 2013 and they should arrange their travel plans so that they are in York by that date.
For details of the modules offered, see Programme Structure.
Department of Mathematics, University of York, Heslington, York, UK. YO10 5DD