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Financial Engineering degrees in 2024

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Financial Engineering Degrees

Study Financial Engineering Degrees

If you are interested in the future of finance, then studying Financial Engineering could be for you. You will study financial theory, mathematics and computer programming in order to be able analyze financial trends and highlight emerging opportunities in finance.

In order to study Financial Engineering, you should have a strong interest in mathematics and statistics, computer programming, and also enjoy analyzing data.

By studying in this field, your modules are likely to cover topics such as:

  • Financial engineering theories
  • Credit modeling
  • Statistical analysis
  • Financial mathematics
  • Scientific computing

University graduates of studies in Financial Engineering go on to find roles in fields such as banking, insurance and investment companies such as:

  • Economic/Financial analyst
  • Consultancy in finance
  • Data analyst
  • Market analyst
  • Risk analyst

Undergraduate programmes in Financial Engineering are commonly available at universities around the world as a Bachelors of Science (BSc degree), which typically take between 3-4 years to complete when studied Full-time.

Entry requirements for undergraduate degrees in Financial Engineering will usually include academic achievement at the level required by your chosen university in related subject areas such as Mathematics. If applicable, you may also need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency in either TOEFL, IELTS tests.

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