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Quantitative Finance (Finance)

12 months
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17295 EUR/year
2168 EUR/year
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About

The Quantitative Finance (Finance) programme of the University of Amsterdam is for students with strong analytical skills and an interest in (big) data analysis and applications in finance. This track is one of 6 tracks you can opt for in our Master's in Finance.

Overview

Help develop the role of big data in finance

In many disciplines of finance, the use of quantitative tools is rapidly rising. So experts with a deep knowledge of quantative finance and data science are in high demand. In the Quantitative Finance (Finance) programme of the University of Amsterdam we prepare you to become fluent in performing data driven analyses, for example in complex risk modelling for regulatory regimes like Basel III. Also, you will learn how to manage big data in other finance disciplines such as risk management, asset management and investment banking.

Do you have a mind for mathematics and an interest for data driven analysis applied to financial decision making? This may well be the track for you.

Career prospects

Graduates of the Master's in Finance/Quantitative Finance track have excellent job prospects for positions as investment banker, all-round financial or business analyst, investment advisor, portfolio manager, derivatives trader, treasurer and financial director, risk manager, business analyst with financial institutions or fin-tech start-ups, quantitative asset manager or hedge fund manager at Dutch and international companies, such as:

  • Optiver
  • Rabobank
  • ING
  • Ortec

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Financial Markets
  • Computational Finance
  • Applied Financial Econometrics
  • Empirical Methods in Finance
  • Advanced Investments

Key information

Duration

  • Full-time
    • 12 months

Start dates & application deadlines

Credits

60 ECTS

Delivered

On Campus

Academic requirements

GRE admission requirements GRE®
155 (quantitative)
GMAT admission requirements GMAT
620

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Other requirements

General requirements

  • An academic Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Finance, or a degree in Business Economics, Economics or Business Administration with a specialisation in Finance or Real Estate Finance
  • Eligible candidates must have at least 15 ECTS of: courses in finance. This should include: Investments, Corporate Finance, and Derivatives. Courses in econometrics (2nd or 3rd year course)
  • Applicants with Bachelor's degrees in other areas must additionally have proven knowledge of: microeconomics, macroeconomics, accounting, mathematics and statistics at foundation-year level
  • English language proficiency
  • GMAT or GRE scores
  • Upload a motivation letter and show personal initiative

Tuition Fee

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  • International

    17295 EUR/year
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    Based on the tuition of 17295 EUR per year during 12 months.
  • EU/EEA

    2168 EUR/year
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    Based on the tuition of 2168 EUR per year during 12 months.

Living costs for Amsterdam

1000 - 1500 EUR /month
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