Tuition fees for the 2023 Masters in Finance intake are £58,700.
We have a growing portfolio of scholarships that we award to outstanding candidates. Scholarships vary from year to year and are generously donated by alumni, corporate, and trust and foundation donors.
For the MiF part-time programme, scholarship preference is given to candidates who complete their application in rounds 1-5.
Every year we assist a large number of students to secure financial support from their sponsoring organisations.
Download Creating a Case for Company Sponsorship for detailed information on securing support from your employer.
Drawing on the experiences of past students – from blue-chip banks to SMEs to the public sector – and our own business expertise, we have created a comprehensive guide to help you make the best possible case for receiving financial support, or securing a salary sacrifice agreement.
Every business demands different information. There are specific issues that you must address, regardless of industry, to ensure you have the best possible business case:
If you are offered a place on the part-time Masters in Finance you will be asked to pay:
These fees are non-refundable.
Self-sponsored candidates also have the option to pay in ten instalments spread over the two years of the programme.
25% of our students typically secure sponsorship from their employer.
Fees are exclusive of any programme related travel expenses, such as the (optional) Global Immersion Elective.
In addition to the School fees, there is a Student Association Fee of £150 that covers the Student Association (SA) subscription, enabling students to participate in our vibrant community.
Most students on the programme are self-financing, but about 25% are sponsored by their employers. Many companies recognise the benefits of an employee attending the programme. For example, for their project many Masters in Finance participants carry out research and analysis into a particular area of interest to their sponsoring company. See our Fees and Financing page for information on creating a business case for company sponsorship.
There may be opportunities to earn as full time student through securing an internship or a company sponsored project. If you are fully sponsored by your employer they will continue to pay your salary during the course. If you choose the weekend format, you can remain in your job and continue to receive your normal salary.