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The Bayes advantage

Located in the heart of the City of London, one of the world’s great financial centres, Bayes Business School (formerly Cass Business School) is home to one of the largest finance faculties in Europe. Studying for your Master’s here means being part of a global network of Bayes students, alumni and partners, and ideally positioned to embark on the next exciting stage of your career journey.

Actuarial Masters at Bayes

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries accredits the MSc in Actuarial Science and MSc in Actuarial Management courses at Bayes Business School. Our courses are also recognised by other actuarial professional bodies around the world.

The MSc in Actuarial Science is a first step to a successful career in the actuarial profession, whereas the MSc in Actuarial Management offers exemptions from the second and third stages of the examinations of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.

The courses are delivered through lectures from qualified actuaries and other experts in the field, who use their commercial experience and current research to inform their teaching. Students will receive dedicated online support, ready access to faculty members and advice on exam techniques.

The Master’s courses reflect the changing skills expected from actuaries in the fields of life and non-life insurance, pensions, investment and finance.

The MSc in Actuarial Science explores traditional and non-traditional actuarial fields and we are also the first to offer a Business Analytics pathway to gain the highly sought after skills and expertise in this area. Students on both the MSc Actuarial Science and MSc Actuarial Management have an excellent opportunity to gain exemptions from professional examinations with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.

Elective modules give students exposure to topics in wider fields, such as insurance, finance, investment, and IT.

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