The Full-Time MSc in Risk and Financial Technologies provides key insights into risk management and aims to bring technical and managerial skills essential to identify risk and communicate effectively with stakeholders.
NEOMA BUSINESS SCHOOL Difference: The 3D Risk Management
Learn leading-edge topics to upgrade your understanding of finance and technology and better communicate with investors and stakeholders who seek to leverage their assets and control risks.
- Data Science for finance
- Behavioral finance
The MSc in Risk and Financial Technologies is divided into two semesters:
Semester 1 starting from September till December :
Focus on fundamental disciplines (quantitative methods and foundations of risk), the FRM Level I curriculum; focus on human and psychological factors driving risk-taking, thanks to a course on Behavioural Risk Management.
Semester 2 starting from January till May :
Focus on advanced concepts, with four courses covering the FRM Level II curriculum and focus on the use of new technologies, such as data analytics, which are powering the growth of the FinTech Sector.
- Risk Manager, Risk Analyst, Quantitative Analyst,
- Financial Advisor, Compliance Manager,
- Financial Investment Manager, Investment Portfolio Manager... in Banking institutions, Investment industries, Consultancy organisations.
Are you eligible?
If you are sharp, open to the world, with a good dose of curiosity, keen on doing "a little" statistics (and probability), and use computers, don't hesitate and contact one of our International Admissions Expert.
Ideally, you are from a finance-related background or business background with quantitative knowledge and skills (4-year Bachelor’s degree (or Master 1 degree / 3-year Bachelor degree for the Two-Year M.Sc. (non-business and/or management background, literature, psychology etc.)
General Scholarships for International Students Admitted to Postgraduate Programmes at NEOMA Business School
We have a number of scholarships that our candidates can apply for if they are admitted. They can represent up to 15% of the school fees.
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Last updated November 1, 2018