Read the latest news and commentary about the Cambridge Judge Business School Master of Finance degree, its students, alumni and faculty.
A team of Cambridge MFin students scooped first place at London Business School's 2023 Investor Insight Summit. Here they tell us about the competition and their winning investment pitch.
With all eyes on AI following the release of ChatGPT early last year, we spoke to Alejandro Reynoso, External Lecturer in Algorithmic Trading and former Research Fellow at Cambridge Judge to get his take on the impact on the finance industry, and the key opportunities to look out for.
As AI, big data, blockchain and other areas continue to grow apace, how is the Cambridge Master of Finance keeping up? We spoke to 2 MFin alumni to find out how the programme helped in these areas, and what impact it’s had on their careers.
In this blog post, current student Ana Gvalia highlights the importance of being part of a close-knit cohort on the Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) programme. The programme’s diverse student body means that students experience different cultures first-hand. Ana recently travelled to her home country of Georgia with some of her MFin classmates and shares the special experience in this post.
Purpose of Finance course wins top Teaching award and a study on paedophile hunters wins Academic Research award, while Cambridge Judge is Highly Commended for School-wide activities in the Financial Times awards for business education responsibility and impact.
Student Ali Alam Qamar (MFin 2022) looks back on his MFin year and how his time in Cambridge has helped him expand his family business and start his entrepreneurial journey.
With ESG and sustainability taking on an increasingly important role in the finance industry, more and more opportunities are opening up in Sustainable Finance and beyond – so what’s it like to work in the field, and how can the MFin help prepare you for a career in it? We spoke to 2 alumni from the Cambridge MFin to find out.
The third annual Global Mergers and Acquisitions Challenge, hosted by the Master of Finance (MFin) programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, mixes M&A strategies with networking to bridge academia with the professional world.
We spoke to some of this year’s MFin scholarship recipients to find out how the support has helped them pursue their goals and advance their careers.
Master of Finance student Shreya Sharda shares some of the highlights from his MFin year, the opportunities he has experienced over the past 12 months, and how the programme has equipped him for his next career move.
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.
From Real Estate to Fintech and Hedge Funds to ESG, the latest employment report highlights the wide range of knowledge and talent of our recent MFin graduates.
We hear from the first recipients of the new Alumni Women in Finance Scholarship on their journey to Cambridge and how their Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) experience is helping them shape the future of women in finance.
When you join the MFin programme at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School you will also become a member of one of the University's 31 Colleges located in and around Cambridge. Find out what you need to know.
Study co-authored by Pedro Saffi of Cambridge Judge Business School wins Best Paper in Corporate Finance Award at the Society for Financial Studies Asia-Pacific conference.
We caught up with Indian student Aakriti Malhotra (MFin 2021) shortly after finishing the Master of Finance programme. Here she reflects on her Cambridge experience and shares some insights into the degree programme.