Fees, financing and scholarships
Fees for the 2017 intake are £43,100. Fees include course materials for core and elective courses, many social events, registration and examination fees. Text books and living expenses are not included.
Payment (full-time format)
If you are offered a place on the full-time Masters in Finance you will be asked to pay a commitment fee of £1,800 about four weeks after the offer, and a second instalment of £6,200 about eight weeks after the offer. The balance will be due in mid-July 2017.
Payment (part-time format)
If you are offered a place on the part-time Masters in Finance, you will be asked to pay a commitment fee of £1,800 about four weeks after the offer. 50% of the total fees (less the commitment fee) will be due in mid-July 2017 with the remaining 50% due in mid-July 2018.
What do fees cover?
Fees for the Masters in Finance programme cover all tuition, preparatory courses, some course materials and a contribution to the London Business School Students' Association. Fees do not cover your living expenses or text books.
A range of loans, including the Prodigy Finance and Future Finance loan programmes, are available to help you finance your Masters in Finance. Find out more about getting a loan. Find out more about getting a loan.
If you are one our most outstanding candidates you may be awarded one of our growing portfolio of scholarships. The number and nature of scholarships varies from year to year, and includes scholarships donated by alumni, corporate, and trust and foundation donors. Successful applicants to the programme will be sent further information on the scholarship award process with their offer. Preference will be given to candidates who complete their application in rounds 1 - 4 (full-time MiF) and rounds 1 - 5 (part-time MiF). New scholarships are added through the admissions season, as and when generously donated by alumni, friends of the School and companies.
In addition, monetary prizes for academic excellence are awarded by London Business School’s research centres and institutes. The AQR Scholar Award, for example, recognises graduating students demonstrating academic excellence in asset management. Students are judged on academic performance in areas of relevance to the Institute, good citizenship and potential future impact on the asset management industry. MiF students Charles Boissé and Stefano Filippi received the AQR Scholars Award 2016.