The McGill Master of Management in Finance (MMF) degree is a pre-experience, specialized program in finance that can be completed in 12 or 16 months. The MMF program prepares students for a career in finance through a comprehensive curriculum that integrates advanced financial concepts and quantitative methods with real-world business practices. Kindly take note that the MMF exclusively offers admissions for the summer semester.
Who is the program best suited for?
Diverse cohort: The MMF is open to students without prior professional experience or a background in Finance - a uniquely flexible approach that cultivates a diverse and interdisciplinary learning environment.
Admissions: The MMF is designed for recent graduates with a Bachelor of Science, Engineering, Economics, Arts or Commerce degree and with proven quantitative skills who aim to work in the finance industry or in the finance function of a business.
Duration: 12 or 16 months. As a one-year, intensive program, the MMF is strategically designed to kick-start your next career move
Next Start Date: June 2023; Beginning of the summer semester
Format: Full-Time, On-Campus
Level Of Pre-Degree Work Experience: None required
Experiential learning: Desautels Capital Management + International Study Trip + Guest Speakers Series
Possible Career Outcomes: Financial Analyst, Investment/Commercial Banker, Real Estate, Corporate Finance
in North America
& 25th globally
Financial Times Global Masters in Finance Pre-Experience Ranking 2022
& top 20 globally
2023 QS Business Masters in Finance Ranking
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Real life business experience
Throughout the program, MMF students work as analysts and manage portfolios within the Desautels Capital Management Inc., a licensed & regulated investment management firm with an independent board of directors.
Learn with the best
McGill University consistently ranks among the top universities in the world while the Finance Area at the Desautels Faculty of Management is internationally recognized for its excellence in research and innovative teaching.