Oxford Fintech Programme
Shaping the future of finance
Industry experts believe that between 2 million and 6 million jobs will be lost over the next decade due to disruptive financial technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchain. Illustrating the potential, digital challenger banks such as Starling and Monzo can operate with 90% less headcount than traditional banks.
Recognising this serious challenge facing traditional banking careers, Oxford Saïd has launched a new digital open enrolment programme on financial technology and innovation, in collaboration with GetSmarter a global leader in education technology.
The programme has been designed to equip you with the ability to identify opportunities for disruption in the financial services sector, and enables you to both launch new Fintech ventures and harness new technology to build better financial services firms.
What will set you apart learning Fintech with Oxford Saïd?
After successfully completing this highly interactive and supported online learning journey, you’ll walk away with:
- The expertise to draft, strategise and develop disruptive fintech innovations using appropriate tools and techniques
- The ability to hypothesise about the effect new regulations will have on future commerce products
- A knowledge of the future of money, markets and transactions, and possible future trends in fintech, regtech and proptech
- A certificate of attendance from Oxford University as validation of your newfound fintech knowledge and skills
Our second programme cohort will start on 28 February 2018, and will run for 10 weeks.
Visit the programme website for more detail and how to apply
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