Hult’s Master of Finance program offers a relevant and rigorous education for professionals pursuing careers in corporate finance and international business.
Gain a competitive edge in the world of corporate finance
In today’s volatile economic times, the role of the CFO and the finance team is expanding rapidly. Corporate Finance jobs and salaries have grown rapidly in the last few years. Good financial decisions can maximize the value of the firm, yet at the same time poor decisions quickly put the firm at risk. Corporate finance and accounting professionals have a bird’s eye view of the business as they “follow the money,” looking for ways to free up capital, decrease expenses, increase profitability, and sustainably grow the value of the firm. They look at the best growth path for the company—whether acquisitions or organic expansion—and the best corporate structures and often provide internal consulting services to improve performance.
Experiential education for aspiring corporate finance leaders
The MFIN program was designed with input from Fortune 1000 CFOs, leading academics, and a broad range of finance professionals. Hult’s unique MFIN program targets the three critical elements for finance students—providing broad exposure to corporate finance topics and their interlinkages, acquiring the data and financial analytics skills required for entry-level roles, and developing the communications and leadership skills needed for finance professionals to influence business partners.
Learn from experts in finance
Hult’s faculty draws from real-world practitioners. Study best practices with former finance executives and expert accounting
professionals who have many years of combined experience in both business and academia. Take for instance Professor Dalko, Hult’s Professor of Finance, who taught at Harvard and was a national advisor to the National Bank and government of Hungary. Unlike at many other business schools, Hult’s professors remain close to the real business world, serving as consultants or directors to some of the world’s largest companies.
Hult Pitch Book Action Project provides hands-on experience
The capstone of Hult’s Master programs, the Action Project, calls upon students to put knowledge and skills to the test as they become consultants for actual organizations working on real-world challenges. In this Action Project, you will work in teams, and compete against peers, to create a pitch book for target firms. Investment banks, advisors, and finance professionals use pitch books to present strategies to optimize the value of the firm. Working with mentors and presenting your pitches to experienced finance professionals and company executives, the key skills acquired during the program will be tested in competition.
Featured Elective: Trading program
In this exciting elective, you will experience the fast pace of a trading room and learn by doing. Students will be provided with a USD1 million simulated trading account. You will need to appreciate how behavioral finance and trading psychology affect short-term volatility as you seek to pit yourself against colleagues and the market. While experiencing the thrill of a trading floor, you will apply course insights and appreciate forces impacting firm valuation.
Earn a valuable credential to catapult you into international finance
During this program, you will gain an in-depth understanding of corporate finance and accounting, and the skills needed to become
effective in finance roles at any corporation. A Master of Finance signals that you possess a high degree of financial knowledge and skill. You will learn how to crunch numbers, tell the story behind the numbers, and persuade partners and managers to make the right decisions.
Master of Finance goes East and West —available in London, Dubai, and Shanghai
Hult’s Master of Finance provides an extraordinary opportunity to live and study in three of the world’s major financial centers— London, Dubai, and Shanghai. You will gain a unique international perspective on global markets and be exposed to the most current
thinking and practices in finance.