University of Cambridge MFin

 

The University of Cambridge – Judge Business School has a two masters in finance degrees, one for those with work experience and one for those fresh out of school. The 2011 class profile is listed below:

Overview figures
Size of class 45
Nationalities 23
Average work experience 4 years
Range in work experience 2 – 13 years
Female/male split 40%/60%
Finance industry breakdown
Investment banking 36%
Financial services in non-financial company 16%
Financial consulting 13%
Public sector finance 9%
Asset management 7%
Commercial/retail banking 7%
Insurance and pensions 4%
Venture capital/private equity 4%
Hedge funds 2%
Wealth management/private banking 2%
Nationalities
Europe (inc. UK) 24%
South East Asia 18%
East Asia 13%
Australia/New Zealand 9%
North America/Canada 9%
Middle East 7%
South Asia 7%
Central Asia 4%
South America 4%
Africa 2%
Caribbean 2%
Location of current employment
Europe (inc. UK) 31%
South East Asia 16%
East Asia 14%
North America/Canada 11%
Middle East 7%
Australia/New Zealand 4%
South Asia 4%
Central Asia 4%
South America 4%
Africa 2%
Caribbean 2%

 

The program is very international and draws from experienced finance professionals. Placements are very strong and benefit from the fact that students have work experience before starting the program. A list of placements are located here.

 

Here is a link to the Cambridge Master in Finance program