This Honours programme, which is named after Wim Duisenberg, the first President of the European Central Bank, will give you not only a thorough understanding of quantitative finance methods, but also the hands-on practical experience to be able to implement quantitative strategies in the workplace from day one. That’s why all our students have job offers before they graduate with their Master’s – and also why they’re ready to hit the ground running when they start their careers.
The MSc Finance is ranked in the Financial Times Masters in Finance Ranking and has been a top ranked programme according to the National Student Survey (NSE) for several years. Furthermore, the MSc Finance has been voted the most popular Master in The Netherlands by employers in 2023.
You are now on the Quantitative Finance page (former name: Quantitative Risk Management); this programme is part of the MSc Finance. The MSc Finance contains six different tracks:
- Climate Finance
- Financial Management
- Duisenberg Honours Programme in Quantitative Finance
- Duisenberg Honours Programme in Finance and Technology
- Duisenberg Honours Programme in Corporate Finance