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The World Bank has identified a global jobs crisis, predicting the need for 600 million new jobs in the next 15 years in an effort to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity. Small businesses hold the key to creating these jobs, but many have insufficient access to credit when seeking to grow their business - a financing gap that is estimated by the IFC to be as much as £2 trillion.
 
The new ‘Oxford Fintech online short course’ will create a future wave of enterprises to bridge the financing gap and provide new opportunities for job creation.

Oxford Fintech Programme

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FINTECH

Register and pay before 12 December 2016, using the promocode EarlyBirdBSM,
to save £200

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Delivered in collaboration with leaders in online education, GetSmarter

10 weeks, online
(excl. orientation) 

Weekly modules, flexible learning

12-15 hours per week

You'll walk away with:

An in-depth understanding of the future of money, markets and transactions, as well as the mental tools and frameworks required to predict and leverage future trends in fintech.

The ability to draft, strategise and develop disruptive financial innovations using the appropriate tools and techniques, and hypothesise about the effect new regulations will have on future commerce products.

A certificate of attendance from Oxford University as validation of your newfound fintech knowledge and skills, as well as access to a global network of like-minded fintech intra- and entrepreneurs.

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Your Programme Co-Conveners

Your Programme
Co-Convenors

NELSON REPENNING

NIR VULKAN
Associate Professor of Business Economics 

at Oxford Saïd 

Professor Nir Vulkan is Associate Professor of Business Economics at Saïd Business School and Fellow of Worcester College, both at the University of Oxford. He is a leading authority on e-commerce and market design, and on applied research and teaching on hedge funds.   

NIR VULKAN
Associate Professor of Business Economics at Oxford Saïd


Professor Nir Vulkan is Associate Professor of Business Economics at Saïd Business School and Fellow of Worcester College, both at the University of Oxford. He is a leading authority on e-commerce and market design, and on applied research and teaching on hedge funds. 

Distinguished Professor of System Dynamics and Organization Studies  

DAVID SHRIER
Entrepreneur, futurist, and Associate Fellow 

at Oxford Saïd

David Shrier is a futurist, author, entrepreneur and Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. He has driven over $8.5 billion of growth initiatives for various Fortune 1000 companies, and has served as CEO or COO/CFO for six privately-funded companies. 

DAVID SHRIER
Entrepreneur, futurist, and Associate Fellow at Oxford Saïd


David Shrier is a futurist, author, entrepreneur and Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. He has driven over $8.5 billion of growth initiatives for various Fortune 1000 companies, and has served 
as CEO or COO/CFO for six 
privately-funded companies. 

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Gain verifiable and relevant competencies through a career-focused curriculum that achieves specific learning outcomes and skill gains

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