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Employers in the banking and investment sector require graduates with a thorough understanding of the relevant mathematical concepts, as well as the practical and computational skills associated with their application. This course provides both, and is an opportunity for students pursuing mathematics degrees that are not specifically financial in nature to continue their studies in advanced mathematics with a financial focus and thereby enhance their employment options.
In semesters 1 and 2 you can expect to attend an average of 12 hours of lectures and 6-8 hours of tutorials and lab sessions per week, which will be evenly distributed throughout the working day. The rest of your time will be spent on independent study, exercises and assignments.
Semester 3 you will be fully engaged in a substantial research project that requires you to write, present and defend a thesis.
Main module (45 credits)
Elective modules (choose 15 credits)
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