MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance
The MSc starts two weeks before Michaelmas term with four introductory courses.
The first term (Michaelmas) and the second term (Hilary) are devoted to Core courses and Electives. Hilary term ends with a 3-week C++ project.
Trinity term is devoted to the MSc Dissertation. Students are encouraged to prepare their dissertation in conjunction with an industry internship.
We will be hosting a number of presentations from prestigious companies in industry, throughout the year. This should give you an insight into working in industry and what careers are available to you.
Please see here for further information.
The assessment of the MSc is based on four written papers, two computer based practical exams, two take-home assessments and the dissertation and internship.
Documents and Links
- MCF_handbook_23-24_version 1.pdf
- MCF Statement of Provision 2023.pdf
- Whitehead Library
- Electronic Resources
- Graduate Studies Prospectus