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, 15 June 2020) 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 overall satisfaction with the programme (9.39 out of 10 maximum), value for money, salary ($136,080), effectiveness of the School’s careers service, women on the advisory board, international faculty diversity, and international mobility or changes in the country of employment between graduation and today.
Pedro Saffi, Director of the MFin programme, said:
“The Cambridge MFin is now well into its second decade, and this ranking again shows the programme’s strength. At an unprecedented time in history, when many people are considering their futures, we are particularly pleased that we ranked first in overall satisfaction with the programme and value for money, which demonstrates how the Cambridge MFin programme is perceived by our alumni.”
Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School, said: “These rankings reconfirm that the Master of Finance programme at Cambridge Judge is robust and relevant to its students and alumni. The programme continues to adapt to changes in finance, business and society more broadly, and I congratulate the MFin team for their hard work. 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.”