The Advanced Master in Quantitative Finance offers prospective students a rich curriculum combining finance, statistics, econometrics, programming and mathematics. This Master guarantees a full coverage of financial disciplines, such as asset and derivative pricing, numerical methods and programming skills. This advanced course work is designed for students with a quantitative background, obtained either from recent education or through professional experience.
  • Degree Masters
  • Study Type Full-time
  • Study Length 12 months
  • Tuition Fees 15,000 EUR
Modules (24)
  • Overview of Financial Markets & Regulation
  • Principles of Scientific Programming
  • Numerical Methods
  • Estimation Techniques
  • Stochastic Calculus
  • Asset Pricing: Theory
  • Asset Pricing:Practice
  • Derivative Pricing:Theory
  • Derivative Pricing:Practice
  • Portfolio & Investments
  • ECB, Central Banks & Financial Markets
  • Financial Infrastructures
  • Risk and Risk Management in
  • Financial Institutions
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Tail Risk
  • Product Structuring
  • Advanced Programming
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Fixed Income
  • Credit Risk Models
  • Product Structuring
  • Financial Big Data
  • Master Thesis or Internship
Entry requirements
  • Work Experience : 1 - A Bachelor’s degree followed by one to three years of work experience
  • Other : Eligible applicants must hold one of the following:
    • A Master’s degree (four or five years of study)
    • A Postgraduate degree
    • A Bachelor’s degree followed by one to three years of work experience
    • Any other degree equivalent to the above (please consult us for more information)
    Admissions will be based on the candidates’ proficiency in English and on their background, professional potential and motivation.
    To join the Advanced Master in September 2014, please follow the four steps of the admission procedure:
    1. Complete and submit the online pre-enrolment form together with your CV.
    2. Receive feedback from the Academic Director on your eligibility.
    3. Receive the instructions for a written assignment for completion of your application.
    4. Have a personal interview with the Academic Director