MSc in Mathematical Finance (part-time)

Why study the MSc in Mathematical Finance?

How to Apply - MSc in Mathematical Finance

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Application Deadlines

For entry to the course in January 2019, the application deadlines are as follows:

12 mid-day UK time: Friday 13 April 2018

12 mid-day UK time: Friday 24 August 2018

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Meet us

 

Course Director: Dr Jeff Dewynne, dewynne@maths.ox.ac.uk.

Course Administrator: Mrs Sarah Davidson, mathfin@maths.ox.ac.uk, +44 (0)1865 615210.

Teaching Staff Profiles

Current Student Profiles

Alumni Profiles

The Mathematical and Computational Finance Group (MCFG), who run the part-time MSc in Mathematical Finance and the full-time MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance, send out a newsletter twice annually. If you would like to be included in this mailing list, please email mathfin@maths.ox.ac.uk.

MSc in Mathematical Finance Fees

MSc Course Fees

The fees for this course can be found on our Graduate Admissions webpages. The fees are payable for your fee liability (your fee liability is the length of time for which you are required to pay tuition and college fees). For this course, the period is normally seven terms. After seven terms a termly extension fee is payable. The current rates are given below.

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.  

Information for Current Students

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

Part-time studies at Oxford

Graduate Introduction to Oxford Mathematics

Studying in MPLS Division at Oxford

 

Studying as a postgraduate at Oxford