Summer Financial Math Program (Summer School)

University of Chicago United States

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The award
Summer School

How long you will study
7 Weeks

Domestic course fees
USD 5000 per total

How you will study

Course starts

International course fees
USD 5000 per total

All study options

About Summer Financial Math Program at University of Chicago

Application Deadlines: April 8 and April 29, 2020. Rolling admissions after April 30 until program fills. 

The Summer Financial Math Program has transitioned to an online course for Summer 2020.  

Explore summer study at the intersection of mathematics, statistics, finance, economics and computer science.

The Summer Financial Math Program at the University of Chicago welcomes students with strong quantitative skills to explore opportunities in the field of Financial Math. This seven-week program for undergraduate students and recent graduates provides a rigorous introduction to modern applications in Financial Math through an interdisciplinary curriculum delivered by lecturers and industry experts affiliated with the Financial Math MS program at UChicago. Participants in this program will receive University of Chicago undergraduate course credit. Those who successfully complete the Summer Financial Math Program and eventually matriculate in the Financial Math MS program within the next four years may apply credit earned towards that degree program.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardSummer SchoolHow you will studyOnlineHow long you will study7 weeks
    Course startsJuneDomestic course feesUSD 5000 per totalInternational course feesUSD 5000 per total

Notes about fees for this course

The update fee for the 2020 Summer Financial Math Program online is $5,000. 

Entry requirements

Competence in English must be demonstrated in order to qualify for admission. Applicants who are natives of the U.S., the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries where English is one of the official languages and the primary language of instruction in their schools has been English do not need to submit English proficiency test results.

All other international applicants must submit results from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). We strongly recommend a score of 104 or higher on the internet-based TOEFL, with subscores of 26 each. Minimum required scores on the IELTS (students must take the Academic test, not the General Training test) are an overall score of 7, with subscores of 7 each.


The only exception to the English language proficiency requirement is for applicants who have studied in full-time status for at least two full academic years within the last five years at a high school or college where the primary language of instruction is English, engaging in a regular academic curriculum taught in English (in other words, not engaged in English as a Second Language or similar coursework), in a country where English is one of the official languages. Students must submit transcripts that demonstrate that they meet the conditions for a waiver of the English language proficiency requirement.

Students who have studied in English in other countries are not exempt from the English language proficiency requirement.

If students meet the above conditions for eligibility, they should submit a written request for a waiver of the requirement to They will receive a confirmation of their waiver eligibility and application instructions via email.

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