MSc in Mathematical Finance (part-time)

Mathematical Finance - Information for Applicants

The MSc builds on a strong mathematical background to educate students in state-of-the-art mathematical and quantitative finance. It is part-time, specifically designed for those in full-time employment.

Information for Current Students

The MSc in Mathematical Finance aims to develop the students’ modelling, mathematical and computational skills in applications to finance.

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Teaching Staff Profiles

Current Student Profiles

Alumni Profiles

Course Director: Professor Jeff Dewynne

Course Administrator: Monica Kundan Finlayson

mathfin@maths.ox.ac.uk

Aims & Course Structure

Career relevance

The MSc aims to develop students' modelling, mathematical and computational skills in applications to finance. It covers the most important technical and quantitative aspects of finance in regular use in banks and other financial institutions, from basic material to current research. Material on related subjects is included to enable students to make intellectual links between different topics. There is a substantial transfer of technology from applied mathematics, pure mathematics, statistics, computing and corporate finance.

Mathematical Finance Short Courses

Advanced Modules of the MSc in Mathematical Finance are available as 'short courses' to those not registered on this programme.  Each of the Advanced Modules explores a key area in contemporary Mathematical Finance.  

Advanced Modules of the MSc in Mathematical Finance are available as 'short courses' to those not registered on this programme.  Each of the Advanced Modules explores a key area in contemporary Mathematical Finance.  

MCFG Newsletter

The Mathematical and Computational Finance Group (MCFG) now has an email newsletter which is sent out 2-3 times a year. If you would like to be added to the mailing list please contact mathfin@maths.ox.ac.uk.