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The Sunday Telegraph: Standing out from the business crowd


For people seeking employment in the City, employment-oriented masters programmes such as MFin could help, writes William Ham Bevan in the Sunday Telegraph. At Cambridge Judge Business School MFin students have an average age of 28 and five years work experience. The programme is for people who “want to know more about the financial sector’s academic underpinnings, which they can then apply to their day-to-day work”, says Conrad Chua, head of MBA Admissions and Careers at Cambridge Judge. For those who want to move to finance from another sector, there is the Cambridge MBA programme, which according to Conrad will give “academic credentials and the chance to network with people in the City.” (print only)