Fees and funding


Tuition fees for the 2024/25 Master of Finance programme intake are £55,080, plus an application fee of £120.  

Your future as a Master of Finance is a long-term investment – and worth preparing for. When you receive your conditional offer, you should have a good idea of what funding will cover your fees and living expenses while you’re studying. Talk to our friendly Admissions Team if you need advice.

Living expenses 

In addition to fees, you’ll need funds to cover your living expenses and accommodation.

Living expenses for the class of 2024/25 will be approximately £18,625 for one person. Please note that depending on the Summer Activity you choose, more funds may be needed.

You’ll also want to think about setup costs, including a laptop, mobile phone and bike, as well as travel and utility bills.

Invest in your future

The Master of Finance will accelerate your development and ready you to embrace a range of exciting career paths as an experienced finance professional.


Average salary increase after MFin


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Payment plans

Your student fees are payable in 3 instalments. The first 2 are non-refundable deposits, with the final payment clearing your tuition fee balance. The payment schedule is:

Fee payment schedule

InstalmentAmount due
Instalment 1: The first instalment of fees is due within one month of receiving your conditional offer10% of tuition fee
Instalment 2: Due by 1 June or when your unconditional offer (also known as Confirmation of Enrolment) is made (whichever is the latest)20% of tuition fee
Final instalment (ie total fee minus instalments 1 and 2), due by the beginning of SeptemberRemaining 70% balance of tuition fees

Funding your MFin

Most students use a mix of resources to cover costs. Has your employer considered sponsoring the work-relevant parts of your programme? Have you looked at available scholarships and loans to supplement the savings you’ve set aside for study? Sponsor your study with available funding through a range of bursaries and scholarships or secure extra funding with a range of student loans, postgraduate loans and personal loans available to help you realise your learning journey. 

Explore scholarships and loans

The MFin class of 2023/24 funded their study through:

  • Personal Savings: 34%
  • Family Savings: 28%
  • Employer Sponsorship: 13%
  • Loans: 12%
  • Scholarships: 12%

Get employer support

Build a business case to have your current employer part-fund your study – your new financial skills, professional development and business networks are an investment in their company success too. In 2022/23, 6% of MFin students were sponsored by employers. Some employers fund all or part of a programme with the proviso that you continue your employment for a mutually agreed time. Sponsoring your study could also be a positive social impact story for your employer’s website, social media and annual review.