Singapore Management University and Cass to Offer Joint MSc in Finance

New one-year program allows SMU students to study at Cass for a term

Singapore Management University (SMU) and Cass Business School have announced plans to launch a joint MSc program in quantitative finance.

The new one-year program allows SMU students to study at Cass in their second term. The students will study four core and five elective courses in Singapore, and then study the remaining five core courses at Cass.

The curriculum covers a range of topics, including pricing and hedging, risk analytics, and quantitative trading.

To learn more, please see this news release announcing the launch of the new MSc program, or the Cass full profile at Find MBA.

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