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Masters in Mathematical Finance


The interdisciplinary master’s programme in Konstanz is the only one of its kind. The Department of Economics and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics are jointly responsible for the programme, which has a strong research focus. The programme is therefore an ideal way to develop further your mathematics and economics know-how. In addition, we want to encourage you to broaden your horizons. That’s why we expressly recommend that you do a semester abroad and at least a two-month internship! The department has an excellent international network and regularly achieves top results in rankings. Studying Mathematical Finance thus opens up excellent career prospects.



Annual Tuition Fee*

24 Months

Course Duration


Course Credits

On Campus

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Application Deadline

Sep 15, 2022

Winter ( Standard Deadline )



A full CV A certified copy of your official transcript in German or English A certified copy of your degree certificate(s) in German or English Proof of your mathematics, economics, English and if applicable German skills as well as the result of the GRE Test where relevant An application letter in English (1 page) in which you present your aptitude and motivation A letter of recommendation in German or English (original or certified copy) from a lecturer which describes your aptitude for the master’s programme The letter must have a letterhead and a signature. Applicants from China, Mongolia and Vietnam: Certificate (original) issued by the APS at the German Embassy in your home country. Online Application Application Fees Personal Statement CV or Resume Letter of Recommendation

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Academic Pre-Requisites

(1) Completion of a three-year bachelor’s programme with above-average grades in mathematical finance, business mathematics or economics and mathematics or natural sciences. You may also apply even if you do not yet have received your certificate. (2) Mathematical skills (i.e. Analysis, Linear Algebra, Stochastics or Numerics) on the scale of at least 32 ECTS credits. (3) Economics skills (i.e. Statistics, Econometrics or Economy Studies) on the scale of at least 26 ECTS credits.

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A qualification which combines mathematics and economics know-how enables graduates to take up demanding positions above all in the financial sector, e.g. in: Banks Insurance companies Finance departments of industrial firms and service companies Regulatory bodies Regional and national ministries Consulting firms