Master in FinTech is at the heart of the new digital ecosystem emerging across financial services. With the development of fast-growing financial technologies and the fact that businesses are becoming more consumer-oriented, there is a pressing need for experts who possess a wide range of FinTech skills. A Master in Financial Technology provides graduates with in-demand quantitative and analytical skills, including coding and programming capabilities, necessary to embark on a successful and exciting career in fintech or the financial services sector. This 1- year program aims at:
- Obtaining the skills required in the intersection of financial services and technology in an ever-changing technology-driven and technology-enabled financial ecosystem.
- Developing technical computing/software engineering skills by building end-to-end projects, alongside elements of entrepreneurship, innovation, regulation, critical thinking, and decision making.
MSc Financial Technology will prepare the graduates for a variety of exciting roles within the finance sector, in both established financial institutions and technology companies, and fintech start-ups. While the eligibility criteria for admissions vary from school to school, most schools look for ambitious candidates with an excellent quantitative background, commercial awareness, and good problem-solving skills, who want to launch a career in financial technology. Programming experience is highly recommended, especially for those candidates from less technical degree backgrounds.
Admission to the MSc Financial Technology program is very competitive due to its growing popularity.
Here is the list of best schools for Masters in Fintech in Europe and the UK:
- MSc in Financial Technology – Imperial College London
- MSc in Finance and Investments – Erasmus University Rotterdam
- MSc in Finance, Technology, and Policy – University of Edinburgh
- MSc in Financial Technology – University of Birmingham
- MSc in Financial Technology – University College London
Here is the list of best schools for Masters in Fintech in the USA and Canada:
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Stanford University
- Georgetown University
- New York University Stern School of Business
- University of Pennsylvania
- Columbia University
- University of California Berkley
- McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business
- University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business
- Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business
The applications for Fall 2023 are now open with the deadlines starting as early as September 1
If you are keen on applying for a Master’s in FinTech, get in touch with ARINGO Admissions Consulting.