The MFin class gift


To ensure that qualified applicants can take up their places on the programme, regardless of background or circumstance, the Cambridge Master of Finance is committed to increasing its scholarship fund and becoming an achievable dream for more students.

Donate to the MFin class gift

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More scholarships, greater access, lasting change

Cambridge Judge Business School believes that we can only be truly transformative if there is real equality of opportunity.

We select our students based on their talent, not on their ability to pay.

Life at Cambridge.

Be the change

The MFin Class Gift provides an opportunity for our 700-strong alumni community to leave a lasting legacy at the Business School, collectively enabling the next cohort of MFin students, regardless of their background or circumstances, to study at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Too many students each year must decline their place on the programme due to financial constraints – a class gift of any amount will collectively have a huge impact. Gifts go directly towards scholarships and bursaries for future MFin students, reducing financial barriers to education.

Our focus is on participation – the more of you that participate, the greater the impact for future students.

Give to the MFin class gift

Your donation, at any level, will count.

Give a single gift, or pledge in instalments by Direct Debit, and show your support of the Business School and its students.

US taxpayers

You can contribute via Cambridge in America (US 501-C-3 organisation). Please specify your gift is: ‘Cambridge Judge Business School MFin Class Gift’.

Who’s donated so far?

Want to know which MFins have given already? Find out on our donor wall.

Visit the MFin class gift donor wall

How the 2022 class funded their Master of Finance


Personal savings


Family/friends’ savings




Employer sponsorship



Shaping futures

Receiving a scholarship to study at Cambridge is a game-changer. Hear from former MFin students explain what it meant to them.

Simrinder Kaur tells us about the impact for her, of receiving a merit scholarship for the Master of Finance scholarship, taking her from Mumbai to Cambridge.

How a scholarship for Nairobi native Pearl Nyaosi gave her a life changing Cambridge experience ending with her being awarded for 'the most positive contribution to the Master of Finance programme'.