Actuarial finance msc in University of leeds
Actuaries evaluate and manage financial risk. They apply advanced mathematical and statistical techniques to solve financial problems, assess the likelihood of a particular event and the possible financial costs. The role of the actuary is increasingly important in the current economic climate, where volatile markets are contributing to financial uncertainty.MSc Actuarial Finance will introduce you to essential business topics and enable you to apply your quantitative skills to solve complex business problems, such as risk management, insurance and derivatives. You ll gain comprehensive knowledge in business areas such as accountancy, corporate finance and economics, as well as key analytical techniques, processes and models that have significant applications in actuarial finance.
Documents and information you need: A copy of your degree certificate and transcript, or a partial transcript if you re still studying, Two academic references, A personal statement, An up-to-date CV, Evidence of your English language qualifications, if English is not your first language, A letter of sponsorship, if you need one. A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in a related subject such as mathematics, statistics, economics or finance. You must have a strong grounding in quantitative subjects with high scores in quantitative modules.Pass in a combination of five subjects in GCSE/GCE A-Level examinations including:at least grade A* to C/ 9-4 in English at GCSE or its equivalent, and at least two subjects at grade A*-E in GCE A-level examinations or their equivalent. IELTS band of 6.0, TOEFL of 87, PTE of 60 overall with no less than 56 in any component, CAE of 169
Accountants, Consultants, Scheme and insurance actuaries, and Employment in Investment banking and Risk management.
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