"The School gave me an amazing group of friends – having a strong network both here in London and globally is a huge asset for ambitious people."
Job: Co-founder, Open Query
Programme: Masters in Financial Analysis 2018
We’re delighted to be delivering our learning in-person once again and to see our London campus alive with students. Experience all that being on-campus has to offer, including live-learning with our world-class faculty whilst forming lifelong connections with the brightest minds from across the globe.
An unparalleled global learning environment, innovative thinking and a dynamic classroom experience, all in the international finance capital of the world.
Engage in action-oriented learning activities that build knowledge, analytical understanding and the decision-making skills to tackle real-world challenges.
in the current MFA class
Our transformational global experiential courses challenge you to apply your learning in new and unfamiliar contexts, and to have responsible real-world impact on the communities and businesses you encounter. Our unique approach to experiential learning provides a cornerstone of students’ lifelong learning and allows our student community to have impact on a global scale.
In-person global experiences themes and destinations are subject to change due to ongoing travel restrictions but currently include creating the future – sustainability in Dubai; examining Austin’s role as a breakthrough technologies hub; learning from the sustainability ecosystem in Stockholm; examining what is unique about the companies, venture capital and business ecosystem of San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
The range of courses provide opportunities for you to interact closely with faculty, major corporations, micro-entrepreneurs, alumni and others in the LBS global community in a range of destinations across the globe, and to develop yourself as a lifelong learner with a global view.
Use our outstanding global business network to get ahead.
Our students also find fulfilling careers in finance roles across numerous companies in the finance, professional services and corporate world, including Blackstone, Bloomberg, Deloitte, Fosun Group, PwC and L’Oreal.
Looking to a career in consulting? We offer opportunities to connect with McKinsey and Oliver Wyman.
MBA and Masters in Finance students and alumni have a wealth of experience to share with you. Get support with job applications, build your global network and seek advice from professionals already working in the industry.
Take the opportunity to source and apply for summer internship opportunities.
Our central London location complements our exceptional finance reputation. Connect with global recruiters, including top banks such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan, Bank of America, Citi, Credit Suisse, Macquarie, Standard Chartered and Itaú.
Learn another language as part of your Personal Development Programme. Competency in a second language is an MFA exit requirement - gain skills invaluable for building successful relationships and exploring new perspectives and cultural insights.
Core courses in investment fundamentals, asset management, corporate finance, accounting, financial markets, data analytics and world economy form the backbone of the MFA, supported by a wide range of electives in everything from financial engineering to emerging markets.
Explore our programme content page for more details.
The CFA Program Partner initiative is a relationship between the CFA Institute and select colleges and universities around the world that have embedded a significant percentage (70%) of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge into their degree programmes.
The MFA meets these qualifications and anticipates receiving Program Partner status at the beginning of term one.
For more information visit the CFA Institute.
The MFA is specially designed for recent graduates - so you can join straight from your undergraduate studies. It’s also suitable for those who have completed an internship or have up to two years in the workplace.
From September 2021, the School is adopting a Classroom First approach. For more information on what this means for you, visit our Return to campus page.