Study Quantitative Finance at Tor Vergata University of Rome!

Master of Science in Finance and Banking

Duration: 1 hour

The Master of Science (LM-16) in Finance and Banking is a two-year program of quantitative methods for finance, entirely taught in English and designed for highly talented students who wish to study mathematical and statistical techniques applied to financial markets.  We propose two Dual Degree Programs, one in Sweden with the University of Gothenburg, the other in Poland with the Kozminski University.

Thanks to the agreements with strategic industrial partners, our students have free access to extra services and data tools, to make their curriculum more attractive to the current standards of the labor market.

We get our partners involved with the program by organizing specific short courses, guest lectures and constant exchanges of ideas. The partnerships give to our students a competitive edge providing them with a study process with dynamic interactions with advanced professional experiences.

▸ Job placement rate: 98% for our graduates in finance within 1 year after graduation.

To attend the Master degree in Finance and Banking it is necessary to have adequate knowledge of mathematics, economics, and statistics tools at undergraduate level. Proficiency in English is necessary.

Admissions in the program are based on candidates’ academic records, CV, motivation, references, and the result of the interview/admission test, according to the procedure specified in the call for applications.

from €156 to € 4.250 (depending on family income)
  • What quantitative finance means
  • Dual Degree Programs
  • Extra activities and Industrial Partners
  • Job opportunities and our alumni
  • Admission requirements and procedure
  • Rocco CicirettiAssociate Professor
  • Chiara TranquilliAdministrative Staff
  • Davide BrignoneFormer student
Regional scholarship available (€5.000); Every year the program reserves a monetary award to the best-performing first-year students and graduates.
Non-EU students June 14, 2019; EU students July 21, 2019