The Masters in Finance programme fuses rigorous academic content with practical skills and opportunities to learn through experience. You acquire frameworks and technical knowledge essential for a successful career in finance, along with the context that puts those new skills into action.
Whether you undertake the programme full or part-time, it will challenge your intellect and your ability to think on your feet in ways that take you beyond previous limits.
Find out what learning lies ahead on the MiF programme. Reflect on the purpose of finance with key faculty members and a guest speaker, meet your fellow students and take part in an informal trading simulation.
Dive deep into the key concepts that underpin your financial knowledge. Cornerstone subjects are: Investments; Corporate Finance and Valuation; and Financial Accounting and Analysis. Personal Assessment and Development develops the skills and attributes you need to succeed in a global business environment. Purpose of Finance addresses the MiF goal of improving the quality of finance as a profession.
Tailor your learning to meet your career ambitions by completing between seven and 10 electives from a diverse choice of 38.
Build your knowledge of the financial sector from an international perspective by spending a term on exchange at a business school in a growth market.
Practice the skills you have learnt, and build on your experience on an eight to 10 week internship. Previous interns have worked at Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Citibank, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch.
Discover more about the asset management industry in New York and Boston on this immersive one week trip.
Gain valuable insights as panels of alumni, practitioners and faculty share their experiences and talk about current financial trends and topics.
Analyse an event, transaction or situation at your sponsoring company or one you would like to work for. Deepen your practical knowledge, gain exposure to real business issues and strengthen your networks.
Hear from our thought-leading faculty sought after in industry for their forward-thinking research. Previous speakers include Professor Julian Franks and Professor James Dow.
Link academic learning from electives and core courses to the challenges of real-life situations on these courses delivered by finance professionals.
Gain the professional and business skills to succeed in your future career.
Fintech Insights Weekend
See what happened when our students, alumni, esteemed faculty and thought leaders came together to delve into the latest insights and trends in the rapidly growing Fintech industry.