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Master of Science in Quantitative Finance

The finance industry is becoming increasingly quantitative and this master’s programme provides you with the advanced quantitative skills in finance that companies are looking for in candidates to hire today.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 24 months
Starting in: August 
Tuition Fee: 10.330 EUR
Location: Oslo, Norway

WHY STUDY QUANTITATIVE FINANCE?

The globalisation of today’s financial markets has led to increased international competition and a growing need for employees with advanced skills. Candidates who combine a deep understanding of financial theory with strong quantitative skills are in high demand. Since companies today have access to large amounts of data, they need employees who can process and analyse financial data to make strategic decisions. The Master of Science in Quantitative Finance will provide you with the skills to assess problems, analyse them through advanced modelling, and make informed decisions. You will learn to use data and technology to better understand complex financial relationships and manage assets, evaluate risk factors, and maximize profitability. This combination of quantitative and analytical skills is easily transferrable to other business disciplines beyond finance, which will make you a valuable candidate for employment across industries.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

The Master of Science in Quantitative Finance programme provides you with both quantitative and programming skills from topics covering numerical analysis, stochastic models, statistics, and econometrics. Along with the knowledge of finance that you gain, you will learn how to apply these advanced tools and be able to analyse complex financial instruments and contracts, analyse varied data sets for information extraction, as well as make forecasts and measure risk. This combination of knowledge and skills is what companies need in order to compete and succeed today.

Among the most popular topics, you will find:

  • Quantitative Risk Management: Learn about the fundamental issues of risk modelling and management in finance.
  • Computational Methods: Gain insight into computational methods for pricing and hedging standard and complex financial instruments.
  • Derivatives: Obtain a thorough understanding of the workings and pricing of derivative securities.

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One of the things that surprised me a lot when I came was calling professors by their first name only. At first it seemed disrespectful because I was taught differently, but then I learned it was absolutely normal in Norway. It is actually nice because it makes the professors seem more approachable.

Minja Rankov // Serbia // MSc in Quantitative Finance

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The MSc in Quantitative Finance programme is a two-year, 120-ECTS-credit programme consisting of 90 course credits and 30 MSc thesis credits.

Courses included:

  • Derivatives
  • Data Science for Finance
  • Stochastic Calculus for Finance
  • Investments
  • Corporate Finance

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