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MSc Risk and Finance Programme Structure

The MSc Risk & Finance programme consists of assessed papers (courses), non-examined practitioner seminars and optional internships.

Paper 1

Paper 2

Papers to the value of one half-unit from the following list of Finance courses:

Paper 3

Papers to the value of one full unit from the following list of quantitative courses:

Paper 4

Papers to the value of one full unit from the following list of qualitative courses:

Paper 5

Papers to the value of one half unit from those not selected in 3 or 4 above, or any other paper with the approval of the Programme Director **

Notes:

* Indicates half unit courses

** This list of courses is not exhaustive. Further options may be available. Admission to certain options may depend on your prior knowledge of the subject and approval of the course director.

§ Students taking this course can apply for a place on FM457  MATLAB for MSc Students|, a non-assessed computer course.


Practitioner Seminars (Non-examined)

These seminars are designed to highlight the experiences of major institutions dealing with large-scale risk. Deutsche Bank has generously agreed to provide high-level involvement in developing seminars that are closely integrated into the teaching of the programme. Practitioners from other fields may also participate in this aspect of the programme in the future.


Internships (optional)

The programme will work with sponsors to actively organise internships directly related to the programme and interests of students.

Deutsche Bank offers a 9-week Analyst Internship Programme for graduates and applications are currently open for opportunities in Summer 2013. Please see the link below for details of the programme and the divisions in which opportunities are available (including Risk) and the relevant application deadlines.

www.db.com/careers |

Please note that this is provided for information only; applicants to the Risk programme are not guaranteed a place on the internship scheme (or vice versa), but should apply by the normal method. 

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