Meet our MFin class
Join a high-quality peer group of finance professionals, a network of colleagues who share your passion for finance and dedication to thrive in the competitive finance world.
Our Master of Finance is one of the few where all participants have at least 2 years of professional finance experience. The MFin programme attracts participants worldwide from today’s ever-evolving world of finance.
Meet our MFin class
Employed after 3 months (class of 2021/22)
Years of average work experience
Range of years of finance experience
Finance is a global industry. Meet your peers – a cohort of colleagues with financial expertise from more than 25 different countries around the world.
Finance industry areas
Join inspirational professionals from across the finance sector. Learn about pathways into new areas of finance.
Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) at CJBS
As part of the University of Cambridge, we are an international community that has been at the forefront of new discoveries that have changed thinking over centuries. We continue to believe that inclusion encourages the innovation that makes change happpen. Our faculty are from countries worldwide, providing a global perspective to your interactions, personal connections and learning. We value the contribution that cross-cultural understanding, equity and diversity brings to our business leadership, in workplaces, and in our communities. We apply our core values and strive for a better world through sustainable, equitable, diverse, and inclusive business practices that allow every individual to flourish.
The combination of the learning experience from the MFin programme as well as college life in Cambridge was a unique combination of experiences that you will rarely get anywhere else. Learning directly from the experts, both lecturers, professionals, and your cohort coming from various backgrounds also enriches your knowledge and experience to a different level.
Cambridge Master of Finance stories
What’s it like to box for Cambridge? Current Cambridge Judge Business School student Harmanbir Brar tells us how he balances his Master of Finance studies with a gruelling training regime, and how the mental endurance has helped him to succeed on the programme.
Master of Finance student Juncheng Shen tells us about his recent trip to the United States to attend one of the most prestigious events in the investment industry’s calendar. He also reflects on how his year in Cambridge has opened up some unexpected opportunities.
The Equity Research Project is an opportunity for students to put the knowledge and skills they have learned on the MFin into practice by preparing an investment thesis and recommendation on a listed company. Here we find out more about the project.