Masters in Financial Economics (MFE) ranked 10th globally

The University's Masters in Financial Economics (MFE) has been ranked tenth globally and second in the UK, in the Financial Times' Masters in Finance 2023 rankings. The Programme is jointly run by the Saïd Business School and the Department of Economics.

The rankings evaluated 55-leading Master’s in Finance (MIF) programmes across a variety of measures, including career progression and diversity. This year's rankings saw Oxford Saïd MFE score especially highly on 'aims achieved' by students, at 91 per cent, placing it fourth in the world. Results for 'overall satisfaction' scored it 9.45 out of 10, placing it sixth.

The school achieved a remarkable third place in global diversity rankings, thanks to the growing presence of female students and faculty members. With a significant rise in female enrolment, the program now boasts an impressive 56 percent female student body. Additionally, the School's commitment to fostering an inclusive environment is evident through its 100 percent international representation.

Graduates of Oxford Saïd MFE have gone on to positions in leading firms in finance, including Morgan Stanley, UBS, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America, as well as major global consulting firms such as McKinsey, BCG, and Bain.

Hamish Low, Head of the Department of Economics, said:

The Masters in Financial Economics combines the best of Economics and of Finance, and is crucial to providing training on the role of Finance in the wider economy. At the heart of the course provides a stimulating, interdisciplinary environment. The Department of Economics is very proud of the outstanding students who study with us on the programme.

The program is highly selective and attracts students from all over the world. It is taught by a world-renowned faculty of academics and practitioners and offers students the opportunity to learn from some of the leading minds in the field of financial economics.



This news article is based on original version by Saïd Business School