After the first year of introduction to the standard concepts of probability, economic and finance, the student will be driven to a specialised study leading to four main professional figures
In the year of specialisation, the students will actively participate in and international workshop on the most advanced topics in the quantitative finance, risk management and insurance, with a visiting faculty featuring the most well-known scholars in the field.
The Graduates of the Laurea Magistralis in Quantitative Finance (QF) from the University of Bologna will be targeted to professional careers in research centres, positions as “quants” in the finance and insurance industry, or Academic careers in the field.
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