Vai alla Homepage del Portale di Ateneo Second Cycle Degree/Two Year Master in Quantitative Finance

Overview

  • Programme type Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
  • Place of teaching Bologna
  • Language English
  • Type of access Open access with assessment of personal competencies
  • Degree Programme Class LM-16 - Finance
  • Degree Programme Director Silvia Romagnoli
  • Learning activities Course structure diagram

Build your own future. This is what you can do with this degree.

About the programme

The Master degree in Quantitative Finance provides a unique opportunity for graduate study of frontier mathematical and statistical techniques applied to financial markets.

After a first year of introduction to the concepts of probability, economic and finance, the student will be driven to a specialized study leading to four main professional figures:

Pricer: will master the most advanced techniques fot the evaluation of financial and insurance products
Asset Manager: will master the most advanced techniques for the design of managed funds products
Risk Manager: will master the most advanced techniques to measure risk in the financial and insurance industry
Insurance market specialist: will master the most advanced techniques for the design and evaluation of insurance products

5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme

The Programme structure is tailored  and updated on industry needs

QF offers many opportunities to earn a Double Degree with prestigious partner Universities

QF students are offered a wide range of international opportunities abroad, both for study and work

The international class is challenging and enriching

Professional courses are offered by distinguished international teachers or quants from the industry

The course in numbers

  • 80% International students and students not residing in the region

  • 62% Graduates aligned to the exam schedule

  • 33% Graduates with experience abroad

  • 91% Graduates satisfied with their studies

  • 83% Graduates who are working

  • 13% Graduates who are not working but are studying or not looking for work

  • 4% Graduates who are not working but looking for work

  • International programmes, School of Economics, Management and Statistics