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Oxford Fintech Programme

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Apr 24—Jun 19
GBP 2650 ≈USD 3499

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Tackling the serious challenges facing traditional banking careers

The programme has been designed to equip you with the ability to identify opportunities for disruption in the financial services sector. It enables you to both launch new fintech ventures and harness new technology to build better financial services firms.

You will learn:

  • to draft, strategise and develop disruptive fintech innovations
  • to hypothesise about the effect new regulations will have on future commerce products
  • about the future of money, markets and transactions
  • how to predict possible future trends in fintech, regtech and proptech

Programme curriculum

Orientation module Welcome to your Online Campus

Module 1 Introduction to Fintech

Module 2 Structure and disruption in financial services

Module 3 Tools for disruptors

Module 4 The future of money

Module 5 The future of markets

Module 6 The future of transactions and marketplaces

Module 7 Infrastructure and Regtech

Module 8 PropTech and real estate innovation

Module 9 Frontiers of financial innovation

Module 10 Further frontiers of financial technology and next steps


Nir Vulkan is Associate Professor of Business Economics at Saïd Business School and Fellow of Worcester College, both at the University of Oxford. He is a leading authority on e-commerce and market design, and on applied research and teaching on hedge funds. Nir is author of one of the leading t...
David is a globally recognized authority on financial innovation, and created and leads the SBS online programmes Oxford Fintech and Oxford Blockchain Strategy. David is the founder & CEO of Distilled Analytics, a data/machine learning fintech derived from MIT research that applies multi sca...