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Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Oxford Fintech Programme
Online Fintech Programme brought to you by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
PROGRAMME STARTS
19 Jan 2022
Registration closes
25 Jan 2022
Price
$3,763.00
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Length: 6 weeks
Language: English
Effort: 7-10 hours per week, collaborative online learning
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Why study fintech?
In the past six years, the financial services industry has seen radical disruption, fuelled by over $500 billion in funding by venture capital (VC) into financial technology (fintech), as well as emerging government policies in over 100 countries.

The Oxford Fintech Programme is designed and built to ensure participants gain the knowledge and insight required to understand the latest developments in fintech and their impact on the more than $20 trillion global financial services industry.
"In the last few years, the financial sector has seen extraordinary disruption and innovation, and its continued digitisation has accelerated in the recent pandemic. Fintech’s future as a sector is bright, driven by the rapid, sustained rise of mobile and digital financial services."
Nir Vulkan, Programme Director, Oxford Fintech Programme
Who is this for?

You will benefit from the programme if you:

  • Are an entrepreneur, business leader, or executive wanting to gain strategic insight and actionable knowledge to create new ventures or develop business strategies for fintech
  • Are intellectually curious and motivated and in the midst of, or aspiring towards, a career transition or looking for future-fit skills in financial tech
  • Want to learn alongside, and build a network with, fellow participants, ranging from mid-senior to C-level executives
Programme content
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MODULE 2 - Policy and Regulation Module arrow
MODULE 3 - Incumbents Module arrow
MODULE 4 - Entrepreneurs Part I Module arrow
MODULE 5 - Entrepreneurs Part II Module arrow
MODULE 6 - Investors, Academia and The Future Module arrow
What you will gain
  1. Gain knowledge of recent and on-going changes in multiple domains within financial services
  2. Learn frameworks to help you build a strategy for a new fintech venture
  3. Acquire the necessary skills required to tackle new regulations and the digital disruption in financial services
  4. Access a network of world-class academics, industry experts, and peers to collaborate and develop ideas
  5. Gain access to a global network of e-lumni, and benefits unique to members of the Oxford Saïd online programmes community
  6. Be awarded a certificate of attendance from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
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Your faculty directors
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Associate Professor of Business Economics,
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
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Pinar Ozcan Expand director's description Expand director's description
Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation,
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Your faculty instructors
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Alex "Sandy" Pentland
Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences & Professor of Information Technology,
MIT Sloan School of Management
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David Shrier
Associate Fellow,
Saïd Business School,
University of Oxford
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Peter Tufano
Peter Moores Professor of Finance,
Saïd Business School,
University of Oxford
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Andrew Baum
Professor of Practice,
Saïd Business School,
University of Oxford
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Terri Duhon
Associate Fellow,
Saïd Business School,
University of Oxford Non-Executive Chair,
Morgan Stanley Investment Management Ltd
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Thomas Hellmann
DP World Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation,
Saïd Business School,
University of Oxford
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Alan Morrison
Professor of Law and Finance,
Saïd Business School,
University of Oxford
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Your programme guests
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Edward Wray
Non-Executive Director,
Funding Circle
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Ricky Knox
Founder & CEO,
Tandem Bank
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Leora Klapper
Lead Economist,
Finance and Private Sector Development for the Development Research Group,
The World Bank
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Anastasiya Kizima
Vice President: Innovation and Emerging Technology,
Barclays
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How you will learn:
  • Digital videos or audio content, augmented by material created exclusively for the course
  • Quizzes and exercises designed specifically to help you understand and retain new information
  • Dialogue with expert instructors and your peers via discussion forums and small group sessions
  • Simulations and other carefully crafted interactions to provide an engaging learning experience
  • Real-life examples that place information in context to help you understand how the concepts delivered in the programme material can be applied to your work environment
  • AI coaching to improve your and your team’s collaboration
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The Esme Learning way
Collaborative AI-enhanced learning
We teach executives as they work - in cross-functional teams. Learners participate in interactive simulations and team projects which reinforce applied learning and enhance collaboration and complex problem solving skills. If you are looking for an individually-paced course, this course is not for you.
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improvement on completion rates compared to other online courses
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