MSc Financial Risk Management
|Award: ||Master of Science (MSc)|
|Intended for:||Graduates in mathematics, physics, sciences, computing, finance, economics|
|Full/Part Time:||Full Time Only|
UK/EU £10,450 *New Scholarship available!
Contact: Julija Melesko
**The application deadline for September 2014 entry is 30th June 2014**
Why choose this course?
Times Higher Education Supplement (2011/12) ranks UCL as 5th in Europe.
The academic staff who teach on the MSc in Financial Risk Management at UCL are leaders in their field, including cutting edge research in computer science, mathematics and statistics.
Taught in Central London.
The MSc in Financial Risk Management is taught at UCL’s Bloomsbury Campus in the centre of London. Our location enables students to enjoy the full benefits of life in a vibrant world city with easy access to excellent scientific and cultural centres.
Why this programme is unique
This MSc programme has been designed in conjunction with leading risk professionals, aims to meet the growing demand for professionals who are highly skilled in quantitative risk management. Students gain core competencies in risk analysis and have the opportunity to tailor the programme to their own interests and needs through the wide variety of options available.
There is major interest in the Bank of England, the Financial Services Authority and the Financial Services Industry to raise the level of quantitative analytics used in risk management and compliance. UCL, in collaboration with the B0E/FSA, aims set a new benchmark in this area, based on turning out risk professionals who are good scientists in the area of risk management.
The Department of Computer Science is recognised as a world leader in teaching and research. Our Master’s programmes have some of the highest employment rates and starting salaries, with graduates entering a wide variety of industries.
We take an experimental approach to our subject, enjoy the challenge and opportunity of entrepreneurial partnerships and place a high value on our extensive range of industrial collaborations.
How will you benefit?
Students will be educated to a high level in programming and computing and will gain mathematical, statistical and computational modelling skills. They will have a clear appreciation of different types of risk within the industry, and of the managerial and psychological issues related to risk control.
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Department of Computer Science, UCL (University College London)
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Phone: 020 7679 7214 (+44 20 7679 7214)
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