The Masters in Finance offers unparalleled learning beyond the classroom. The fusion of academic teaching and real-world experiences gives you the opportunity to put the skills you learn into action.
Our London location means you benefit from unrivalled access to global businesses, with almost every industry, global business or financial institution represented in the capital.
Access global business leaders, industry thinkers and networking events, and gain unique insights and global perspectives that will boost your career potential.
On this programme, rigorous scholarship and experiential learning go hand in hand.
Finance@Work events bring together panels of alumni, practitioners and faculty to share their experiences and talk about current financial trends and topics - an ideal environment to network with finance professionals and provide valuable insights on a wealth of subjects.
Recent topics have included:
- The Impact of Federal Policy on Emerging Markets
- The Changing Role of Risk Management
- Implications of Low (or even negative) Interest Rates for Investment
- The Big Trends Driving the Future of Asset Management
For your company project, visit and analyse a company of your choice to deepen your practical knowledge, gain exposure to real business issues and strengthen your networks. Recent projects include "Sustainable Private Equity Investment in Emerging Markets" and "Starting a Hedge Fund: from an industry analysis to a business plan proposal".
Up Close With Faculty
This series of events showcases our faculty’s world-class thought leadership, providing unique and cutting-edge insights on a wealth of issues, including Stefan Lewellen on the Role of Peer Groups in Financial Markets and Alex Edmans on Socially Responsible Investing: Doing Well by Doing Good.
Internships (full-time students)
Immerse yourself in a hands-on learning environment and build vital connections that could help you find your perfect role. Lasting eight to 10 weeks, previous internship destinations have included Amazon, Barclays, BAML, Citi, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Google, HSBC, IADB, Pimco and Statoil.