Meet the Next Generation of Quants

The Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Program is an interdisciplinary master’s degree program in the University of Michigan’s Department of Mathematics and Department of Statistics.  Our Quant students come to us from institutions all over the world and graduate with the skills to solve real world financial problems as quantitative analysts, financial engineers, risk managers, and more.

I am a passionate Quant Program student at U-M. As an undergraduate student from Nanjing University with a degree in Computer Science and Technology ( …

2021 Cohort

Graduating from Nanjing University and majoring in Financial Engineering, my short academic career already spans across Finance, Mathematics, Economic …

2021 Cohort

Zach Palank received his BS in Mathematics from the University of Oklahoma, and a MS in Biostatistics from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences …

2021 Cohort
2020 Cohort

An Intense Focus on
Mathematical and Statistical Methods

Average GRE quantitative score for enrolled students


Admitted directly from bachelor's degree programs

New students each year


Job-seekers placed in summer internships

Latest News

New Test-Taking Policies for Fall 2021 Applicants

GRE: Due to difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 applicants to the Quant Program do not need to submit GRE scores. We encourage applicants to submit scores if they are able to do so, but applicants without GRE scores will not be penalized. TOEFL:...