MS in Finance Admissions
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Applications for Fall 2017 admission will be accepted beginning in September 2016. Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission. If you intend to apply during rolling admissions, please email us at OlinGradAdmissions@wustl.edu to confirm that seats are still available.
|Notification on or before:|
October 3, 2016
| December 16, 2016|
December 1, 2016
|January 31, 2017|
February 1, 2017*
|March 29, 2017|
April 3, 2017
|May 5, 2017|
Working professionals in the St. Louis area can pursue the Corporate Finance and Investments track on a part-time basis, and begin taking classes in the fall or spring semester.
Washington University Undergraduate Students
If you're a Washington University student who is interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Finance degree, it is recommended that you email OlinGradAdmissions@wustl.edu.
What does it take to be admitted to Olin's MSF programs?
We review each applicant on a number of factors, looking for individuals with strong academic, professional and extracurricular activities. We base our selections on your past performance, quantitative skills and communication skills. To ensure diversity in each entering class, we admit students with various backgrounds, experiences, talents, and interests.
You must have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution, comparable to Washington University's four-year bachelor's degree, at the time of enrollment in the MSF program.
Applicants to the Corporate Finance and Investments and Accelerated tracks should have taken Calculus I, Statistics, and Microeconomics.
Successful applicants to the Quantitative Finance track will demonstrate outstanding aptitude for advanced quantitative finance materials and a passion for the quantitative aspects of problem-solving. Students who have majored in Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Economics, Engineering, Physics, and Statistics are especially encouraged to apply to the Quantitative Finance track. Some background in the applications of computing to quantitative problem-solving is especially valuable.