A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
Students of financial mathematics might expect to encounter subjects such as probability and linear algebra. These analytical tools are often used by professionals who need to understand the behavior of markets, such as consultants, accountants and bankers.
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A two-year master program in game theory and operations research prepares a student for a career in industry, science and education. The program facilitates learning in modern concepts, techniques and methods of the game theory and leads the student to understanding of different functional areas of operations research. [+]
The master’s programme in Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Sciences is designed to develop in-depth knowledge and specific skills in asset management, risk management, and actuarial sciences for future employees in the financial industry. The programme’s goal is to acquaint the students with specific features of the finance and insurance industry. [+]
The Master’s programme in Stochastics and Financial Mathematics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam trains you in the full depth and breadth of the field... [+]
Master in Stochastics and Financial Mathematics
Stochastics examines phenomena in which chance plays a central role, such as the result of a general election, fluctuations in share prices or the interactions between molecules in a living cell. If you opt for the Master’s programme in Stochastics and Financial Mathematics, you will be trained to become a world-class expert in both theory and relevant areas of application. The Master’s programme in Stochastics and Financial Mathematics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam trains you in the full depth and breadth of the field, expanding your abilities and insights and enhancing your opportunities on the job market.
The first year of Graduate Studies (Diplôme Universitaire), MMEF - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance, is a [+]
The Masters in Mathematical Finance is designed to further the education in quantitative finance of students who already have a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Economics, Finance or Management. [+]