Full-time: £19,440 (UK/EU and overseas for the academic year 2019/20). Please check with the Department for the latest fees information.
Part-time: £9,250 (Home/EU/overseas)
Students attaining a 2.i or better on previous degrees at the University of Birmingham qualify for a 20% fee discount on the MSc.
Learn more about fees and funding
Fees for the MSc are the same for all students to ensure that we only have incentives to admit the most qualified students, regardless of nationality. See the University's student accommodation page for information on housing. See the International Office page for information on the overall costs of a degree in Birmingham.
Scholarships and studentships
A variety of scholarships are available to help students on the MSc in Mathematical Finance fund their studies. All applicants are automatically considered for Fisher Scholarships, awarded to attract the most able students to the MSc, regardless of nationality.The Fisher Scholarships, available from 2008, have been made possible by a generous private gift from Andrew Fisher (Birmingham economics, 1982; CEO, Towry).
Further information on funding opportunities can be found by visiting our postgraduate funding database. For scholarships with automatic eligibility, students will be informed of decisions over the summer, once final exam results are known.
Postgraduate Loans for Masters students
The new postgraduate loans system for Masters degrees in the UK will be introduced for students commencing in the 2016-17 academic year. As part of the UK’s Chancellor’s 2014 Autumn Statement, the government has reconfirmed its commitment to loans for postgraduate Masters degrees as part of the 2015 Spending Review.
The government-backed student loans will provide up to £10,000 for taught and research Masters courses in all subject areas. Detailed criteria and information regarding the application process is expected in early 2016. For more detailed information view our Postgraduate funding page.
- Questions about funding? Use our Student Help knowledge base to find the answer.
Students attaining an average of at least 64% on previous degrees in Birmingham” to “Students attaining a 2.i or better on previous degrees in Birmingham.
For EU students applying for the 2020/21 academic year
The UK Government has confirmed that EU students will continue to be eligible for 'home fee status' for entry in September 2020, and will continue to have access to eligible financial support via the Postgraduate Masters or Doctoral loan for the duration of their course. For more information visit the gov.uk website.
You can also visit our EU Referendum information page for more information and updates.