Master of Finance Information Session. Two exciting new announcements to share about our MIT Sloan Master of Finance program. First, we are offering an additional round of admissions with an application deadline of March 15th. Second, is the availability of partial tuition fellowships for a select group of highly qualified candidates. These recent changes in our program are in response to growing student and industry demand for the specialized degree. Launched in 2008, the intensive one-year program prepares students for entry-level positions in corporate finance, capital markets, asset management, research, government, and financial engineering. On average, incoming students have 0-2 years of professional experience. In its first two years, the size of the program more than doubled from 26 to 59 students. The Class of 2013 just started in July with the largest class size of 122 students. In a Business Week article, Andrew Lo, a distinguished Harris & Harris Group Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management and director of MIT’s Laboratory for Financial Engineering speaks at length about the Master of Finance Program, job opportunities, and how the program prepares students for careers within the finance industry. If you feel may be interested in joining the MIT Sloan Master of Finance program class of 2014, please attend this information session!
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