Your Core Masters in Finance Program

Learn to tackle corporate finance in the real world as you build the tactical leadership and financial skills needed to make an impact in international organizations.

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Courses

Enter the real world of finance with Hult's MFIN degree

Our practical Masters in Finance curriculum has been designed in collaboration with leading CFOs to equip you with both the technical and leadership skills to thrive in an international corporate environment. You’ll study ways to fund investments, free up capital, and decrease costs in a variety of contexts and, by understanding the nuts and bolts of the business and what drives the numbers, learn how to advise on which activities drive profitable growth.

Courses and electives

Being a successful member of a finance team in a multinational corporation requires more than a mastery of numbers. You need to go beyond business to understand the opportunity and the risk technology presents to the sector and to society. You need to be able to work in cross-cultural teams and lead in unstable global markets. Hult’s practical Masters in Finance ensures you graduates with these essential skills.

Immersion

Immersion

Your program begins with a total immersion in Hult’s uniquely practical approach to education. This is when you’ll be introduced to the Hult DNA and the mindsets that will help every student succeed. You’ll start you first core course and learn more about your program journey, yourself, and your classmates through intensive workshops, lectures, and challenges. You’ll also be introduced to your campus support teams, professors, career coaches, and mentors who will guide you through your journey at Hult.

SEPTEMBER

Core Program

Financial Management

Understand the flow of funds available to an organization, and the tools needed to make optimal decisions about their application.

Collaboration & Teamwork

Become an effective team member and contribute more meaningfully to your group projects.

Corporate Finance & Valuation

Focus on the tasks typically undertaken by chief financial officers.

Modeling & Analytics

learn about the applications and motivations for model-building in modern finance and how to use an econometrics software package.

Investments

Develop your analytical skills pertaining to theory and practical application of investments.

Global Financial Markets

Develop the skills and logical thought necessary to examine major aspects of the financial system.

Financial Reporting & Analysis

Navigate the international landscape of accounting and emerging standards.

Behavioral Finance

Go beyond the rational corporate models used in financial decision making and examine how non-financial factors may influence business decisions.

Fintech

Gain insight into this nascent revolution and understand the changes and ideas shaping the future.

Portfolio Management

Develop the critical, analytical, and interrogative skills relative to problem-solving to determine ideal portfolio mix.

SEPTEMBER - APRIL

Capstone Experience

Capstone Experience

The capstone to your core program delves deep into the techniques and technology being used to innovate business for the future and pushes you to apply everything you have learned so far in your capstone challenge.

APRIL

Electives, Seminars & Internships

Electives & city seminars

Customize your degree with a wide range of electives offered at all Hult campus locations, take specialist seminars in cities across the globe, and gain hands-on experience with an internship.

MAY - JULY

*Course titles and sequencing are subject to change.

Download a brochure for more information on our Masters in Finance courses and electives

Inside Hult

Inside the Masters in Finance at Hult

Hult’s Chief Academic Officer, Johan Roos, is here to tell you more about who we are. Have you heard of our “triple-crown” accreditation, but not sure what it means? Or would you like to know more about our plans for the future? Take a tour of our London campuses with Johan and discover Hult for yourself.

Grading & Assesement

How assessment works

Hult’s grading system is intended to encourage and acknowledge academic achievement while promoting a growth mindset. The system is based on principles of fairness and transparency, and faculty award grades based upon established criteria that you’ll find in your course syllabus. Course grades at Hult usually involve a combination of assessments such as case analysis, examinations, presentations, and other types of team and individual assessments.

Brochure

Brochure

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