Start date: September 2020
Format: Full time
Duration: 12 months
Tuition fee: € 16.500
Location: MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business (Milan, Italy)
Admission Requirements:3-year Bachelor degree (minimum 180 ECTS) in Engineering, Economics, Finance or scientific disciplines
The programme targets young graduates who want to specialise in the Fintech area and its aim is to train professionals to be able to understand and manage the digital transformation, building on their different skills and capabilities.
The International Master in Fintech, Finance and Digital Innovationis the programmedeveloped by MIP Politecnico di Milano, as a result of the cooperation with the Department of Mathematics, the Department of Management Engineering and the Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering of the Politecnico di Milano, to provide all the skills and competencies needed to face the Fintech revolution.
The 12-month Master, entirely taught in English, offers a comprehensive education in finance and an in-depth understanding of digital technologies and their applications in the financial sector (banking, insurance companies, asset management). The Master builds on the collaboration with our partners from the financial industry — Aviva, Deloitte, Fabrick Spa, IBM and Intesa Sanpaolo —in order to combine theoretical competencies in methods and technologies with the expertise of the financial world and Fintech applications. The Master also boasts the cooperation with Fintech companies such as Moneyfarm, Net Insurance and ZeroKMFinance.
The programme is structured in three building blocks, designed to guide all participants through a learning funnel that enables the attainment of an in-depth understanding of the Fintech revolution. Starting from a strong basis in Finance, Information Technology, Computer Programming and Quantitative Finance, students will understand the foundations of the Fintech ecosystem. The Master then covers digital innovation technologies that play a preeminent role in Fintech, such as big data, cybersecurity, distributed ledger technologies, smart contracts, blockchain, machine learning, natural language processing and data visualisation. Finally, the programme enters into the Fintech domain, analysing how these technologies/methodologies can transform classical intermediation activity and how they can disintermediate traditional players in a peer-to-peer perspective.
- International class
- International faculty
- Lessons in foreign language 100%
- International study tours
- International traineeship
- Traineeship at international companies
- Attendance of the master abroad
- Issuance of foreign diploma and certifications