Each year, the Bendheim Center for Finance admits an average of 35 students to its Master in Finance program. Some students come directly from undergraduate studies, while others have work experience in various industries before pursuing their Master in Finance degree. Whichever path led you to BCF, we’re glad you’re here.
As a graduate student at Princeton, you join a community of scholars at a world-leading research university. Students work closely with our distinguished faculty as they expand the frontiers of human knowledge with their research and scholarship.
Princeton University offers a top-rated Master in Finance program that is as academically rigorous as it is supportive. Through each course, project, and goal, you will find that BCF’s faculty and staff are fully invested in your success. With small class sizes, focused attention, and a collaborative environment, there is no Master in Finance program like Princeton’s.
At Princeton, there is so much to experience and learn outside of the classroom. Connect with groups of students outside of your program with events and seminars across campus. From scrape art to managing your research workflow more effectively, Princeton has you covered.
And when it comes to topics within the scope of finance and economics, BCF hosts regular civitas finance seminars, student research workshops, career speaker series, and webinars featuring acclaimed academics and economists.