Our mission is to make education globally accessible and to prepare capable students for careers in research, trading, and technology in both emerging and established markets.
With enrollment in more than 80 countries, our first MSc program in Financial Engineering brings a rigorous and integrated curriculum developed by experts. From anywhere in the world, students are guided by skilled faculty with professional, current financial experience, and eminent guest lecturers.
We believe every student deserves the opportunity to change their life and to impact their community. Technology can be used to break the location barrier and to give individuals access to knowledge and experience that can be used in their regional markets.
There are many obstacles to inspiring the next generation of data-driven experts. Cost shouldn’t be one of them.
MSc programs in Financial Engineering can cost more than $50,000, a dealbreaker for most otherwise qualified individuals to pursue education and expand their expertise.
Our program is tuition-free. Our students only pay for their study materials. We are committed to helping the most promising students improve the world through data science.
Our first education initiative is an MSc in Financial Engineering.
Every major industry is growing its soft-quant and hard-quant workforce. With every passing year, more employers want job applicants with data science and analytics skills. We can’t educate qualified people fast enough.
We’re using financial engineering and data science education to build multidisciplinary strengths students can apply to their future careers.
Our leadership and advisory board is made up of financial engineering experts, industry executives, and educational technology innovators.
Known as an innovator in technology, venture and entrepreneurial circles, Daphne Kis has led, invested in, and nurtured more than 25 start-up enterprises and has worked on numerous technology-related initiatives. She is a is a firm believer in the meaningful role technology can play in addressing educational, health and cultural issues across industries.
Admiral James Stavridis is the 12th Dean of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. A retired 4-star officer in the U.S. Navy, he led the NATO Alliance in global operations from 2009 to 2013 as Supreme Allied Commander with responsibility for Afghanistan, Libya, the Balkans, Syria, piracy, and cyber security.
Mr. Tulchinsky is the Founder and CEO of WorldQuant, LLC, which he established in 2007 following 12 years as a statistical arbitrage portfolio manager at Millennium Management. Prior to joining Millennium Management, Mr. Tulchinsky was a venture capitalist, scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories, video game programmer and author. He holds an MA in Computer Science from the University of Texas, completed in a record nine months, and an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from The Wharton School.
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