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Mumbai University approved program:

B.Sc. in Actuarial and Quantitative Finance

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B.Sc in Actuarial and Quantitative Finance is a dynamic undergraduate program that facilitates one to learn and know-how the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) industry operates at an early stage of his/her career. The programme offers individuals (even from non-finance backgrounds), an inimitable opportunity to gain a comprehensive foundation and ensuing depth in the field of BFSI. This in-depth knowledge matches the requirements of finance industry in terms of domain expertise.


Industry Faculty
Real-Life projects
Mandatory internships
100% placement assistance
Develop job-necessary software skills
International internship opportunities
International University Tie-ups
Student exchange program
Case studies
Choose core Actuarial field or Finance & investment field
Learn on bloomberg terminal or similar software
International curriculum
Professional courses like Actuarial, CFA, FRM


  • Students with keen interests in Mathematics, Statistics, Finance, Investment, Risk, and Data Analysis

  • Appeared for HSC or any other equivalent examinations (Science/ Commerce/ Arts)

  • Have successfully cleared QAT/ACET/any Actuarial Paper and interview


To master the necessary skills, gain comprehensive foundation and ensuring depth in the field of Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) industry.


You will graduate with Mumbai university's bachelors degree and fully competent and fitted for job roles in following fields:

  • Actuarial
  • Investment Banking
  • Risk Management
  • Data Science
  • Financial Analysis
  • Economics


  • Quantitative Aptitude Test (QAT) is an online entrance test for Bachelor's and Master's program in Actuarial and Quantitative finance. Read More...

  • This semester brushes up the basics of calculus and statistical methods. It aims to introduce the students to the world of cash-flow models and time value of money which forms the basis of financial mathematics. The course aims at giving a bird's eye view of the workings of a life insurance company.

  • This semester dwells deeper in understanding the statistical methods, financial analysis and is a refresher for algebra. It familiarizes the students with the concepts of Actuarial models and provides an overview of the workings of a non-life insurance company.

  • In this semester, one will learn the about risk modelling, mortality tables and how one can make the mortality tables fit for industrial use. It introduces one to the primary and secondary financial market. Students will also develop understanding of the workings of competitive markets and behaviour of consumers. Concluding the semester, the students would get a first-hand experience by solving business problems.

  • This semester equips one with understanding of various concepts required for model building. It acquaints one with fixed income products and introduces one to the macro side of the economy. The course expands the student's knowledge on pricing and hedging of derivatives.

  • At the beginning of the semester, students are given an option to choose electives of their choice with the aim of specialization. This semester revolves around developing and honing the soft skills of the students to make them befit for the professional world. This semester incorporates internship report which is aimed at giving the students a snapshot of the corporate arena.

  • This semester extends as per the specialisation chosen by the individual at the start of the 3rd year. Additionally, it is also aimed at providing individuals a hands-on Bloomberg terminal or similar softwares.

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