As experienced finance professionals, a large number of MFin graduates move into "experienced hire" roles post MFin across a wide range of finance sectors and geographies, as well as join financial departments within non-financial organisations.
This year, Cambridge MFin topped the Financial Times 2016 rankings of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide. The strength of our career outcomes has been a key contributing factor to our success.
The data on this page was collected from the MFin 2015/16 class, three months after they had completed the programme. The data for the 2016/17 class will be available in early 2017. The average employment rate over the past three years is over 90%.
The MFin has had a great impact on my life. It has given me great perspective on what drives modern developed financial markets and helped my career by providing not only the necessary technical knowledge but also great networking opportunities. The University and the MFin enriched my professional and personal relations through great friendships and connections I developed during my year here.
Employers of our 2015/16 alumni include:
|Berenberg Capital Markets
|Bluestone Capital Management
|| BNP Paribas
|Central banks around the world -
|| Japan, Iceland, Costa Rica, Honduras, Malaysia, Thailand
|China Merchants Securities
|| Decca Capital
|| Duff & Phelps
|Ernst & Young
|| Financial Services Commission of South Korea
|International Monetary Fund
|| Meezan Bank
|Monetary authorities around the world
|| Morgan Stanley
|| Oikos Capital
|| St James's Place Wealth Management
|| UBS Investment Bank