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Courses provide students with the opportunity to study a particular topic that is much narrower than the broad subject matter of their chosen curriculum. In many circumstances, completion of a course leads to certain qualifications that supplement a graduate degree or enhance career opportunities. These programs often consist of lectures, assessments, and tutorial experiences led by experienced instructors or industry leaders.

What is a course in quantitative finance? These programs are often used as continuing education opportunities by professionals already established in their chosen career. Class topics could include derivatives, equity investments, quantitative methods, risk management, and portfolio management. This field of applied mathematics covers the principles used in financial markets. These principles support accurate asset pricing and allocation, investment portfolio analysis, and the quantification of statistical parameters.

There are several benefits available to those participating in the course. These include access to industry leaders and experienced instructors, hands-on training with certain methodologies, and the development of managerial abilities. Professionals who use the course to expand their skills and understanding are able to improve their performance at work.

The cost of participation in one of these courses can vary quite a bit from one school to another. This is especially true as educational establishments around the world offer the courses. Interested individuals should directly contact schools for accurate information.

The career opportunities for graduates of this program may include job titles such as quantitative analyst, forecaster, trader, investment analyst, financial engineer, and quantitative developer. There are job positions with investment management companies, consulting companies, regulatory bodies, government agencies, and investment banks. Those with the necessary qualifications may influence the development of hedge funds or work for energy companies.

If you are ready to get started, review the possibilities in the program listing and fill out the appropriate lead forms for access to specific schools. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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IEB - Instituto De Estudios Bursátiles

The Advanced Program of Specialization in Technical and Quantitative Analysis is face-to-face and is taught in Madrid and has a price of 3,300 euros ... [+]

Advanced Program of Specialization in Technical and Quantitative Analysis

The Advanced Program of Specialization in Technical and Quantitative Analysis is face-to-face and is taught in Madrid and has a price of 3,300 euros.

OBJECTIVES OF THE ADVANCED PROGRAM OF SPECIALIZATION IN TECHNICAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

The degree of sophistication achieved by financial markets over the last decade has led to a remarkable development of market analysis and prediction tools.

In this sense, the graphical and quantitative analysis has come to play a fundamental role and has become a key tool for making market decisions in the short and medium term. This is the reason why Options... [-]

Spain Madrid
March 2019
Part-time
108 hours
Campus
London Financial Studies

In a complicated financial world, a detailed understanding of the application of quantitative techniques is essential. This course provides an in-depth coverage of practi ... [+]

In a complicated financial world, a detailed understanding of the application of quantitative techniques is essential. This course provides an in-depth coverage of practical quantitative methods important in today's financial markets.

Course Objectives

To provide practitioners with a practical understanding of how a range of tools can be used to manage, analyze and price financial instruments. Participants will study:

Principal components Duration and the impact of convexity Methods of interpolation, their uses, and limitations Regression techniques Implementing Monte Carlo simulations Binomial and trinomial tree building How to model assets and price derivatives in continuous time ... [-]
United Kingdom London
December 2019
Full-time
3 days
Campus