This week, we celebrate the convocation of our class of 2021. This unique cohort completed their Master of Mathematical Finance professional degree entirely online, including remote internship placements. What resilience! Our heartiest congratulations to everyone and our best wishes for your future endeavours. We couldn’t be more proud of your excellence.
University of Toronto President Meric Gertler invites graduating students, their families and friends, to join the virtual fall convocation ceremony on Thursday November 18 at 12:00pm ET. The ceremony will be available for public viewing at utoronto.ca/convocation.
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We cannot accept personal visits at this time. If you have any questions, you may contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 416-946-5206.
Join us remotely on Thursday November 18th 2021 at 5:00pm EST as a panel of financial professionals give a personal view of their careers in Quantitative Finance, in this virtual event presented by the International Association for Quantitative Finance and The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences. Click here to register for free.
MMF ranks 8th in Risk.net’s 2021 Quant Finance Master’s Guide. We’ve maintained our top 10 rating year-over-year thanks to our exclusivity and our rapid pivot to online program delivery in the 2020-2021 academic year. In order to facilitate remote learning, we’ve created dedicated website for course materials and offered career coaching for internship placements by video call.
Established in 1998 MMF remains at the forefront of training in quantitative finance. MMF is a boutique Program admitting a select number of students each year who will move through the Program as one cohort. The boutique nature of our Program means that students will learn in smaller class sizes, have the opportunity to build lasting bonds with their classmates and work in industry-like teams to complete projects and presentations.
Financial Mathematics is one of the fastest growing areas of applied mathematics. Institutions that employ financial mathematicians are among the wealthiest and most sophisticated corporations in the world. A career in financial mathematics provides you with an invigorating combination of intellectual challenge and accelerated professional growth.
During your 12 months of training in MMF your superior quantitative skills are focused on the tools of financial mathematics for the initial 4 months of course work. You then move into a full-time 4 month internship with one of our industry partners. Finally, you will complete course work during the last 4 months of the Program.
You may join an institution (hedge fund, bank, government or pension plan) with multibillion-dollar investment portfolios. You may manage sophisticated hedge funds, complex derivatives, assess the risk in a bank’s commercial loans portfolio or develop original software applications for financial markets. There have been Nobel Prizes awarded for work in financial mathematics.