Quant Guide 2022: Collegio Carlo Alberto, University of Turin

Turin, Italy

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Collegio Carlo Alberto’s Master in Finance, Insurance and Risk Management has seen a change in its programme director, with Roberto Marfè taking over from Giovanna Nicodano.

The programme has seen offers to prospective students increase from 44, as per last year’s guide, to 53, as teaching becomes fully in person, despite remote-learning options still being available. The course’s postgraduate employment rate has fallen, going from 84% last year to 80%. In line with Italy’s Covid-19 regulations, the European Union Digital Covid Certificate will be required to attend in-person classes.

Teaching hours have increased from 584 to 813 over the past year, as have visiting staff’s teaching hours, which have gone from 398 to 661. Lorenzo Schönleber, assistant professor at Collegio Carlo Alberto, and Giovambattista Perciaccante, quant at Brevan Howard, have both been hired in the past year.

Schönleber and Perciaccante are offering two new courses respectively: a class in Python and finance, and a class in Financial Applications of Machine Learning with Python, which is proving especially popular among students. The programme also offers modules specifically focused on programming with R and Matlab.

The course’s careers team provides a coaching service alongside career days and internships.

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