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Why study Quantitative Finance at the UvA?

Specialise in your field of interest

Alongside general courses of the Master's Finance, you take a course in computer programming applications to finance and electives of your choosing.

Lecturers leading in their field

You will be taught by experienced professors and industry experts. They will introduce you to state-of-the-art data analysis methods and finance research.

Excellent career prospects

You will have excellent job prospects in investment banking, hedge funds or other asset management firms with a quantitative-oriented strategy, and the FinTech sector.

Top-ranked university

The Amsterdam Business School belongs to the 1% of Business Schools in the world to hold the prestigious Triple Crown accreditation.

Is Quantitative Finance for you?

  1. You want to gain expertise in quantitative tools and programming. 
  2. You are interested in building quantitative models that calculate derivative prices, risk-adjusted performance of investment strategies, and risk exposure under regulatory regimes.
  3. You want to help develop the role of big data in finance.
  4. You aspire to use your analytical skills in your career. For example: in the stock market, in big data analysis, in management of risk and compliance functions and other disciplines.
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Facts & Figures
Degree programme
MSc Finance
Regular study programme
60 ECTS ECTS, 12 months
Language of instruction
Starts in
CROHO code
Roeterseiland campus