Why the MSc in Mathematical & Computational Finance?

Demand for mathematicians by the financial industry surpasses even that of most other industries. There are quantitative roles not only in investment and central banks but in associated software companies, hedge funds and insurance companies, and in the finance departments of large corporations. A master's degree from a top university, such as the University of Oxford's MSc Mathematical & Computational Finance, is increasingly seen as a prequisite for the challenging and well-rewarded careers available in the financial sector, and can also open the way to further research in the fascinating and fast-moving area of mathematical finance.

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