We are looking for talented and creative individuals interested in developing world-class expertise in the field of computational finance and becoming active players in the global financial marketplace.

To apply for the MCF (Short Program), please contact us and send us your up-to-date CV (in English). This will be followed by an interview with the Program Director. The interview will be conducted in English. While strong quantitative aptitude is beneficial, there are no formal requirements in terms of the background or a major. What is crucial is curiosity and motivation. The program commences on December 1st, 2020 and ends in December, 2021. For full consideration, especially when asking for financial aid, please apply by October 1st, 2020.

Full tuition and fees for the MCF program are 6.000 euros. Investing your time and money to acquire this unique combination of skills is sure to pay off both handsomely. For no extra charge, you can receive the Master in Computational Finance certificate from the Collegio Carlo Alberto (Torino, Italy). This can put you directly in touch with the leading European employers.

We do our best to help talented people with limited financial means complete the program. If you are interested in being considered for the prestigious Raiffeisen Banka Stipend, Banca Intesa Stipend and/or UniCredit Bank Stipend, all three offered in 2020/2021, simply let us know when applying. If selected, you can study at our program free of charge and have an exciting job waiting for you when you complete it! Otherwise, a typical discount for strong candidates who cannot afford the full tuition is 50 percent (i.e. they pay 3.000 eur).

If you have strong interest but are worrying about the funding issues, make sure to apply. We shall do our very best to help.