Finance

Master in Finance (MSc in Finance)

A Master's in Finance—otherwise called an MSc in Finance or abbreviated to just MiF—is a perennially popular degree among many students. And it's no surprise why: a Master's in Finance can lead to great career development and job prospects in the finance field.

These Finance Master's degrees can be found at business schools all over the world. Many international students choose to study finance in popular locations such as the United States, the United Ki...

A Master's in Finance—otherwise called an MSc in Finance or abbreviated to just MiF—is a perennially popular degree among many students. And it's no surprise why: a Master's in Finance can lead to great career development and job prospects in the finance field.

These Finance Master's degrees can be found at business schools all over the world. Many international students choose to study finance in popular locations such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, and other popular MiF destinations include Germany, France, New Zealand, and more. There are business schools in all of these locations that have accreditation from organizations such as AACSB or EQUIS, and the best business schools are ranked in publications like the Master in Finance Ranking from the Financial Times.

When pursuing an MSc in Finance, students will be exposed to many core topics in finance, such as investments, derivatives, futures, and more. Elective courses might cover subjects like financial technology (FinTech), corporate finance, mergers, options, and others.

What about the job prospects for a Master's in Finance? Some students find it's beneficial to study their Master's in Finance degrees in financial capitals, such as London, New York City, Singapore, or Hong Kong, so they can be in close contact with the financial community for job leads. Post-MiF jobs can be found in financial services firms, or in the finance departments of other organizations, or in specialized investment firms, hedge funds, and more.

See below for a list of all Master in Finance (MiF) programs, offered by business schools worldwide.

 

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San Francisco, California, United States

Full-Time: Full-Time Master of Nonprofit Administration, Full-Time Master of Science in Financial Analysis, Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and I... more…

Part-Time: Hybrid Online / Live Master of Science in Financial Analysis, Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in Information Systems, Par... more…

Online: Public Administrartion – Online more…

Dallas, Texas, United States

Full-Time: MS in Accounting, Full-Time MS in Business Analytics, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Sport Management, Master of Science... more…

Berkeley, California, United States
Irvine, California, United States
Other Programs

Full-Time: Master of Finance, Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, MS in Business Analytics more…

Waterloo, Canada

Full-Time: Master of Science (MSc) in Management, Master of Science (MSc) in Management: Marketing, Master of Science (MSc) in Organizational Behaviour... more…

Syracuse, New York, United States

Full-Time: M.S. in Business Analytics, MS in Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises, MS in Finance, MS in Marketing, MS in Professional Accounting, MS... more…

Wellington, New Zealand

Full-Time: Graduate Diploma in Commerce, Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations (HRIR), Master of Applied Finance – MAF, Master of Commerce... more…

Barcelona, Spain
Other Programs

Full-Time: Master in Accounting & Financial Management, Master in Finance, Master in Marketing, Master in Sustainable Business & Innovation, Master in... more…

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Online: Online MS in Finance more…

Part-Time: Master of Arts in International Business and Policy more…

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