The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) degree programme at Cambridge Judge Business School was today ranked first in the Financial Times ranking of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide.
The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) degree programme at Cambridge Judge Business School was today ranked first in the Financial Times 2016 ranking of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide (Financial Times, 20 June 2016), moving up from second place in both 2014 and 2015.
The Cambridge MFin programme also ranked first in several key categories in this year’s FT rankings: career progress based on seniority and company size; placement success of our careers service; student aims achieved; value for money and international mobility of graduates.
The absolute salary of Cambridge MFin graduates who responded was $130,203, and the salary percentage increase was 68 per cent.
Simon Taylor, Director of the MFin programme, said:
These ratings demonstrate the continued progress of the Cambridge MFin programme, which is now in its eighth year. We are particularly pleased with our fine showing in career-oriented metrics at a time of difficult job markets in the financial services industry.
Christoph Loch, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, said:
I congratulate the MFin team for this first-place showing in our MFin programme’s third year of eligibility in the FT rankings. These results reflect our hard work in developing a first-class post-experience Master of Finance programme.