Quant Guide 2020: programmes tap banks for teaching talent

Universities are adding machine learning and data science courses, but need instructors to teach them

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Running a quantitative finance master’s programme is hard work. Adapting courses to meet the rapidly changing roles quants play in the banking industry is challenge enough for quant academia. Finding the right experts to teach newer skills can be harder still.

In recent years, the biggest structural change most programmes have faced is the migration of machine learning and data science topics from optional modules to a core part of the curriculum, with such skills now considered foundational by

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