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.
The ranking (Financial Times, 21 June 2021) means that the Cambridge MFin programme has ranked in the top two globally in every year of eligibility for the FT rankings.
The Cambridge MFin programme ranked first globally this year in aims achieved, with 88% of respondents saying they fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an MFin, and was also first in the effectiveness of the careers services office in areas including recruitment, counselling, personal development and networking events.
Pedro Saffi, Director of the MFin programme, said:
“These rankings again demonstrate the strength and value of the Cambridge MFin programme. At an unprecedented time due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is reassuring that our alumni ranked Cambridge Judge first in terms of achieving their aims and the quality of our careers services office in guiding MFin students during and after their studies.”
Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School, said:
“The Cambridge Judge MFin programme continues to adapt to changes in finance, business and society, and it also adapted to provide value for students in an unprecedented COVID-19 environment. These rankings demonstrate the programme’s lasting relevance to students and alumni. We are very proud of our MFin team for their diligence, and while we acknowledge that rankings can be useful, our mission and strategy are not driven by maximising rankings because they do not reflect all of our achievements.”