A first-class financial education
"I felt it necessary to get a proper education in finance to move forward in my career.”
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“Opting for the part-time Masters in Finance gave me the grounding to diversify my career path and move into a new area within the company. I gained both the technical and mathematical skills to target a much more technical role than the one I was doing at the time."
“Studying while working was a valuable experience. Lloyds are very supportive of people trying to progress their career through different qualifications and classes, and helped me find a balance between work and study. They even gave me extra leave when I needed it."
“Realising the personal and professional wealth offered by a programme like the part-time MiF quickly turned what I learned in class into real-time results. I’ve risen quite swiftly through the ranks at one of the world’s most reputable banks and moved into a new field - from my previous role as a Corporate Treasury Funding Desk manager, into a structuring position with greater client exposure. Since then, I’ve moved up within my division to the position of director.”
“One of my biggest takeaways from the LBS experience was the sense of community that comes with being an LBS alumna. Studying there provided me with an exceptional network. There were a lot of people within my company who had studied at LBS, so it was really easy to connect with others and feel like one team - all under the London Business School umbrella."
“The format of the part-time programme means studying is always manageable. It’s both efficient in terms of workload, and relevant to day-to-day roles - I gained a wider background in finance through involvement in different projects and provided practical skills and
experience that I was able to implement in my role straightaway.”
“The set-up of the part-time programme with LBS means the studying was always manageable alongside my job.”
“The MiF PT helped me move into a structuring position with greater client exposure. Since then, I have moved up within my division to the role of director.”