Oxford Fintech Programme

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Preparing you for the future of financial services
Duration:
  • 6 weeks
Time commitment:
  • Short programme
Location:
  • Online

About the programme

Navigate the digital transformation of financial services reshaping the global financial ecosystem.

Through this programme, you will explore key themes, including:

  • the digitisation of money
  • digital platforms and mobile financial services
  • artificial intelligence and algorithmic technologies in financial services
  • central bank digital currencies (CBDCs)
  • blockchain and cryptocurrencies
  • open banking and data networks

Oxford Saïd and the wider university have helped to foster internationally successful fintech offerings including AccomableBanco Mare, Funding Circle, Onfido, Seedrs and Zoona. This makes Oxford the natural place to study the world of fintech and join a vibrant network operating within this burgeoning sector. The community is also proud to include one of the most influential women in fintech, Shefali Roy

Launching in autumn 2020, this programme is being offered in partnership with Esme Learning. Full programme content, the learning curriculum, and dates are currently being finalised and will be shared here when available.

 

 

The thinking behind the programme

The University of Oxford’s extensive array of fintech entrepreneurs exemplify the coming together of research with the practical skills required to launch successful fintech ventures. This programme is based on exploring how academic frameworks can influence business practice in a highly disrupted sector. 

The programme structure is project based with a peer learning ethos throughout, facilitating participants to collaborate with an international team to practically construct a fintech offering.

Options for organisations

If you are looking to integrate Oxford online programmes with your organisation’s Learning & Development strategy, we have tailored solutions to help deliver an innovative learning experience across teams. 

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