Master in Financial Mathematics University of Tartu

Financial Mathematics is a 1-year Master’s programme that prepares specialists for financial sector, banking and insurance industries in quantitative methods of risk assessment and hedging, providing knowledge and skills in two major areas - financial engineering and insurance mathematics.

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  • MSc
  • English
  • Full time
  • 1 Years
Aims
  • Special emphasis on applied mathematical models and quantitative methods;
  • Knowledge, practical skills and competence needed to succeed in careers at banks, insurance companies, consulting, financial utilities and financial supervisory authorities;
  • The teaching staff consists of professors highly qualified in the field of Financial Mathematics, who have also done extensive research and have international experience. Some of the lectures in the programme will be delivered by visiting international staff;
  • Graduates are very competitive on national and international job market as analysts, actuaries and risk engineers.

  • International class
  • International faculty
  • Lessons in foreign language 50%
  • International study tours
  • International traineeship
  • Traineeship at international companies
  • Attendance of the master abroad
  • Issuance of foreign diploma and certifications
Tuition-waiver scholarships available
Cost of the master: 3200 VAT free
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