MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance
Information for Applicants
Please see the MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance webpage at Graduate Admissions for application deadlines.
Careers in Quantitative Finance Seminar Series
We have a weekly seminar series during Michaelmas Term where we invite speakers from the financial industry to give presentations to our MSc class. Examples of companies in 2022 include: Nomura, Citadel Securities, NatWest Markets, J.P. Morgan, Qube Research & Technologies, and Deutsche Bank. Many of the companies also hold networking events for our MSc class, which is a good opportunity for students to discuss job and internship opportunities in finance.
All graduate students are members of both a department or faculty and a college or hall. Colleges are a unique feature of the University of Oxford. In this section, you can find out more about Oxford's colleges, how to state a college preference in your application and the facilities that are available. A list of colleges that accept students on the MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance programme is available on the MCF course admissions site.
An Advisory Board from the financial industry helps guide the design of the MCF MSc programme. This board consists of previous alumni and senior leadership at banks and financial companies. The Advisory Board provides advice regarding the MSc curriculum and internship programme.
A list of faculty members in the Mathematical and Computational Finance group is available here.
Jane Street Scholarship
As part of the University of Oxford’s Black Academic Futures Scholarships the MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance is one of the courses eligible for one of four fully funded postgraduate scholarships in 2023-2024. More information is available here.