FAQs

Pre-Admissions

You can request to be put into contact with an alumnus with a similar background to yourself. A member of our Sales team will put you into contact with a suitable Alumnus. Please get in contact with our Sales team here.

You can view a list of available information sessions and webinars and register to attend one here

Program Administration

You can defer for up to six programs including the program you initially applied to.

No, there is no fee to defer.

The majority of delegates complete the CQF in six months. However it is possible for delegates to defer their completion of the CQF to the next program.

The course is delivered twice a year, commencing in January and in June.

The examined core part of the course is six months long, but this is only part of the CQF package. Before the CQF starts there is the Mathematics Primer, and after a delegate has passed their exams and completed the project there is a huge library of Alumni Lectures as part of Lifelong Learning for CQF Alumni.

The CQF can be completed online at your own convenience and is designed to be flexible around your working day.

Admissions Process and Requirements

Simply go to cqf.com/cqf-online-application, where an online application form is available. Class sizes are restricted and places are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, provided a delegate’s application has been approved and the Mathematics Aptitude Indicator has been completed successfully

We advise all delegates to complete the application form first and submit this for Course Director approval. They should then start working through the Mathematics Aptitude Indicator, complete and return it by email before the start of the course. Delegates are welcome to delay handing in the test until after the Mathematics Primer.

We offer the Thomson Reuters, Wiley and Wilmott Scholarships. Candidates wishing to apply for a scholarship will need to be able to demonstrate why they will benefit from taking the CQF and why they should be worthy recipients of the discounted tuition.

Fees include the Maths Primer, core program and Lifelong Learning. You can find out more information here.

VAT is chargeable for delegates resident in the UK and EU. VAT is currently charged at 20%.

General

Program Delivery

To view the webcast live or recorded, delegates will need a computer with a sound card and a speaker. Delegates will also need broadband internet access.

All lectures are streamed live for delegates to view online and also recorded for flexible learning. Lectures are available to view within 24 hours of delivery and in perpetuity through the CQF portal. Classroom lectures are only available in our London office.

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