Masters Program in Financial Mathematics in Russia

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Financial Mathematics

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

 

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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Master in Game Theory and Operations Research

Saint Petersburg University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Russia Saint Petersburg

The obtained theoretical and practical knowledge and skills enable students to carry out academic research and obtain and analyse new theoretical and applied results in accordance with the study profile [+]

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Game Theory and Operations Research

BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAMME

Innovation and technology-enhanced learning and teaching. Courses taught in English. Partnership with Russian and foreign centers of education and research; the development of regional, national and international academic and research ties; participation in national and international research, educational and cultural programmes, conferences, seminars, symposiums in core areas of interest.

MAIN COURSES

Game Theory and Operations Research Modern Control Theory Statistical Decisions and Econometrics Queuing Theory Project Management Mathematical Models of Revenue Management Quantitative Methods in Applied Economic Analysis Financial Mathematics Game-Theoretic Models of Imperfect Competition Dynamic Games ... [-]