Part time Master's Degree in Quantitative Finance in Australia

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Quantitative Finance

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Quantitative finance is the study of how mathematical principles can be applied to financial systems, such as businesses and markets. It might encompass statistics, probability, data analysis, algorithm design, derivatives, exponential calculations, or economic and financial principles.

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Master of Quantitative Finance

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1 - 3 years January 2019 Australia Sydney

The Master of Quantitative Finance provides the full gamut of specialised quantitative finance skills and development of professional competency required to be a quantitative finance specialist performing at the cutting edge of the discipline. Participants have the opportunity to see the application of quantitative finance to advanced financial instruments, an integrated approach to risk management and how to implement quantitative finance strategies. [+]

The quantitative finance program provides the opportunity to acquire the detailed specialised knowledge and the professional competency required to work as a quantitative finance analyst in the modern finance industry.

Career options for graduates include positions as quantitative analysts, risk management analysts, quantitative structures, quantitative developers, forecasters, traders, investment analysts and financial engineers across investment banks, trading banks, hedge funds, investment management companies, consulting companies, energy and mining companies, regulatory bodies and government organisations.

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