Program Announcements

  • Adjunct professor Bruno Dupire interviewed about AI (Click HERE)
  • Vlad Rashkovich spoke on short-term alpha profiling of portfolio managers (read more)
  • 600+ students attend our National Financial Mathematics Career Fair on October 19 (read more)
  • Wonderful career event for full-time students with guests from the financial industry (read more)
  • Well-attended panel discussion on Quantitative Portfolio Management, co-hosted by NYU Courant's Mathematics in Finance and Columbia's Financial Engineering programs (read more)
  • Michael Ang elected to the Director’s List (read more)
  • Icon Slides (891.1 KB)  from the October 2 Mathematical Finance Seminar on Incorporation of Text News Analytics in Risk Assessment by Dan diBartolomeo, Northfield Information Services, Inc.
  • Gene Ekster speaks on Alternate Data (watch it here)
  • Minicourse with Professor Julien Guyon on Smile Calibration (watch Part 1 and Part 2)
  • Professor Bruno Dupire on Maching Learning (watch it here)
  • Mincourse on Volatility Futures and ETNs by Marco Avellaneda (watch it here)

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Upcoming Events

Mathematical Finance Seminar series

Friday, April 26, 2019
5:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 109
Machine Learning for Trading, Gordon Ritter (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences)

Alumni Event

Friday, April 5, 2019
6:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 109
Panel and Networking Event

Information Sessions

We offer in-person and online information sessions. All information sessions are 7pm-8pm (EST).

  • Monday, April 8 - in person (Room 605 at Warren Weaver Hall)
  • Monday, May 6 - online
  • Monday, June 3 - online
  • Monday, July 1 - online

Those interested in participating in an online session must email to register. A confirmation email will be sent a day or two prior to each online session to those participating with instructions on how to join.

Admissions For Fall 2019

Application for Fall 2019 full-time MS program is now open and students are encouraged to apply once they have a complete application since applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  Files are being reviewed. The deadline for the Fall 2019 full-time MS program is February 8th.