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Cambridge MFin programme ranked second globally by Financial Times

The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) degree programme at Cambridge Judge Business School was today ranked second in the Financial Times (FT) ranking of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide.

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The ranking (Financial Times, 19 June 2017) means that the Cambridge MFin programme has ranked in the top two globally in each of its four years of eligibility for the FT rankings, placing second in 2014 and 2015 and first in 2016.

The Cambridge MFin programme ranked first globally this year in “aims achieved,” with 85 per cent saying they had fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing the MFin degree, and first globally in international students based on the mix of nationalities and percentage whose nationalities differ from the country of study.

The average salary of Cambridge MFin graduates who responded was $138,123, and the salary percentage increase between before doing the programme and today was 82 per cent.

The programme was ranked first in the UK in several categories: career progress based on seniority and company size, percent of salary increase, and percentage of female students.

Simon Taylor, Director of the MFin programme, said:

These ratings demonstrate the continued strength of the Cambridge MFin programme, which is now in its ninth year. We are particularly pleased with our fine showing in several career metrics, including whether graduates achieved their key aims for pursuing our MFin programme.

Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School, said:

These rankings confirm once again that we have developed a first-class post-experience Master of Finance programme, and I congratulate the MFin team for their hard work.