The effects of the 2008 financial crisis continue to reverberate around the world’s financial centres. Financial training remains a market that lacks depth, says Marwa Hammam, executive director of the Master of Finance programme at Cambridge’s Judge Business School. But she defends the masters qualifications offered by business schools like Judge, not least because their curricula are generally broad enough to enable students to move into a wide range of financial industry jobs. They may even help them launch their own business.
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