Read the latest news and commentary about the Cambridge Judge Business School Master of Finance degree, its students, alumni and faculty.
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.
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.
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.
The Group Consulting Project (GCP) is a cornerstone of our Master of Finance degree. We spoke to the project hosts and a group of students from one of the MFin 2022 projects to find out more about their experience.
The Group Consulting Project (GCP) is one of the highlights of the MFin programme for many of our students, providing the chance to work on a real-life project with a client of their choice. So what’s it all about?
Joyce Ollunga (MFin 2008), outgoing COO of Arifu, a learning platform for emerging markets, talks about her time at Arifu and her experience as a female entrepreneur.
MFin Director, Professor Pedro Saffi, travelled to Mexico City in August. During his visit he had the chance to meet and connect with some of our Mexican alumni and new students.
We spoke to Mexican student Pablo López Navarro (MFin 2021) at the end of the Easter Term. Here he reflects on his experience so far and shares some insights into the Cambridge Master of Finance.
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, graduation celebrations finally returned to Cambridge this year. Over the course of three days, over 130 MFin students and alumni joined their friends, family, and classmates to celebrate their academic achievements.
We spoke to Botswanan MFin student Eno Mwamba (MFin 2021) at the start of the Easter term and asked him about his experience on the Cambridge Master of Finance so far.
Isabelle Hupez, Sports Co-chair of the Cambridge Business School Club (MFin 2021), reflects on the annual MBA Tournament (MBAT) that brings together students from more than 15 top business schools around the worl, in which CJBS students took part.
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.
Seven members of the Cambridge Judge faculty are awarded teaching prizes for excellence across the Business School's various programmes.