The operation of financial markets and the delivery of financial services impact a variety of real-world issues including job creation and credit approval. Our vocationally minded Fintech MSc addresses the knowledge gap created by the pace of technological transformation in financial services and markets.

We currently plan to deliver a mix of in-person and digital teaching for the academic year starting in September 2021. We are monitoring government guidance on Covid-19 prevention measures and we will adjust our 2021/22 plans in response to any relevant changes. Based on current information we expect some physical distancing measures are very likely to still apply when the academic year starts in September 2021. We anticipate a further update on this later in the Spring.

MSc in Finance, Technology & Policy: Changing the World Through Innovation

Gauthier has a goal to change the world through innovation for a better future. Find out how the MSc in Finance, Technology and Policy is supporting him to achieve this.

Entry Requirements

Consult our entry requirements to find out the minimum academic and professional requirements, and for advice on how to build a strong application.

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Programme Structure

Browse an overview of the typical structure of the Finance, Technology and Policy MSc including comprehensive information on compulsory and option courses.

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Career Development

Our Student Development Team will support your career aspirations by focusing on key skills such as teamwork, networking, and job search strategies.

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Industry Opportunities

The Business School’s links with business and industry can result in invaluable experiences. We have close connections with Fintech Scotland and the growing Fintech industry.

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