Quant Guide 2020: Imperial College London

London, UK

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The MSc in Mathematics and Finance at Imperial College London is one of the most popular European programmes among prospective students, with 800 applications for the latest course. With good reason – at sixth place overall in the guide, it is also the top-ranked quant master’s programme in Europe, with an impressive average graduate salary of $105,000.

Inevitably, this means it’s also a selective degree: it extended offers to 90 of those 800 applicants, 51 of whom accepted and enrolled

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