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MScActuarial and Financial Engineering

Tuition fee €5,000 per year

There are 8 tuition waivers available for top ranked applicants with EU/EEA/Swiss citizenship in 2021.

More information on tuition fees is available at www.ut.ee.

NB! Applicants who are not citizens of EU/EEA/Switzerland must pre-pay half of the first semester’s tuition-fee after receiving an admission offer.

Application fee €100 one-time

Application fee is non-refundable.
Further information: www.ut.ee/application-fee

More information

math.ut.ee/..on/masters-programmes-english 

Overview

2-year master’s programme prepares specialists for financial sector, banking and insurance industries in quantitative methods of risk assessment and hedging, providing knowledge and skills in two major areas – financial engineering and insurance mathematics. Sound knowledge and interest in mathematics are advantageous to succeeding in this master’s programme.

The ability to derive, implement and use correctly numerical procedures for computing various financial quantities is crucial for being successful in the field of quantitative finance. It is also helps to make better choices when buying an insurance policy or stock options.

Programme structure

http://www.math.ut.ee/en/admission/courses-and-people

Career opportunities

The programme offers knowledge, practical skills and competence needed to succeed in careers at banks, insurance companies, consulting, financial utilities and financial supervisory authorities. All graduates can find jobs easily in Estonia and around the world.

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Aug 30, 2021

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Aug 30, 2021

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States