Mathematical Finance - Information for Applicants

Why the part-time MSc in Mathematical Finance?

Structured for those in full-time employment in the UK or overseas, the course qualifies high flying professionals in state of the art mathematical and quantitative finance, without the need for a career break.

Colleges

The University is a collegiate system, meaning that all students are associated with a college when they are admitted. Being joined to a college gives students the opportunity to be part of the wider Oxford graduate student body, with benefits including graduate events and dinners, access to college facilities and libraries, and (depending on the college) funding and accommodation.

Application deadlines

There is one intake a year to the MSc Mathematical Finance; the course starts each year in January.

Application deadlines for JANUARY 2019 entry:

12 mid-day UK time: Friday 13 April 2018 
12 mid-day UK time: Friday 24 August 2018

What are people saying about this course?

"The course at Oxford provides a stimulating blend of the traditional material at the heart of the global financial ecosystem and the cutting-edge topics on the very frontier of research. This unique cross-section of the established and the emerging presents students with an excellent springboard from which to launch (or turbo-charge!) their career - whether that be in industry or in academia.

How to apply

Studying part-time at Oxford

Studying in MPLS (Mathematics, Physics and Life Sciences Division)

 

Studying as a postgraduate at Oxford

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