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The BSc Financial Mathematics programme is designed to equip you with the specialist mathematical knowledge and quantitative skills that are required by many financial organisations. It focuses on the application of theories to financial practice.


  • Learn from staff in various departments including Mathematics, International Business School Suzhou, and Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Receive training and preparation for exams required for international certification and licensing
  • Take advantage of proximity to Shanghai, China’s financial centre, where potential internships and work placements at Fortune 500 companies are located
  • Earn two degrees: an XJTLU degree from the Chinese Ministry of Education and a globally recognised degree from the University of Liverpool, a member of the Russell Group of leading UK universities.
Qualification XJTLU BEcon Financial Mathematics University of Liverpool BA Business Economics
BSc Actuarial Mathematics
BSc Economics
BSc Financial Mathematics
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Knowledge and skills

By the time you graduate from the BSc Financial Mathematics, you will have:

  • a good understanding of key areas of technical mathematics and statistics
  • a broader knowledge of finance, economics and accounting techniques
  • the portfolio of skills to analyse real-world financial problems using quantitative methods.
The rigorous academic training of BSc Financial Mathematics helped students lay a solid foundation in mathematics, finance and economics. Moreover, the connections between this programme and the finance industry provided all students with a variety of internship opportunities, which is crucial to students’ career development.
Yi Hong
Programme director
The learning environment at XJTLU combines the advantages of both Western and Chinese education systems which prepares you to work in both business environments. The course is academically rigorous, and in addition, the professors will teach you practical skills so you’ll be ready to enter the financial industry after graduation.
Ao Yang
Student, BSc Financial Mathematics


BSc Financial Mathematics graduates’ quantitative skills are in high demand; you will be well prepared for positions in finance, securities, banking and insurance.

The programme also provides a strong basis for postgraduate study in the fields of mathematics and finance.

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