The University of Edinburgh Business School’s MSc in Finance is among the world’s top programmes, according to the 2024 rankings by the Financial Times. In results published earlier today, our MSc has been ranked 50th worldwide, and 8th in the UK.
Students walking out from the School's main entrance

We are delighted to announce that we are ranked joint 1st worldwide for the percentage of female students, and at a UK-level we are ranked joint 5th for the percentage of female faculty. Worldwide, we rank joint 8th for the percentage of international students and 11th for percentage of international faculty, as well as ranking 5th in the UK for international representation on our International Advisory Board. We believe that these ranking results reflect the diverse and international staff and student body that we are so proud of.

As you will know, the FT Masters in Finance ranking looks at a variety of factors such as course experience and career progress, and gathers valuable feedback from many of you about your time with us and your subsequent career journey. Our course combines the latest theory with practical application, including the opportunity to work with industry and business professionals. We prepare students for diverse roles in the financial, corporate, and energy sectors.

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We are delighted that the efforts of our community of students, staff, and academics to create an extraordinary postgraduate degree continue to be recognised by the FT Masters in Finance ranking.
Pia Helbing, Director of the MSc Finance
I am thrilled with this outcome and congratulate my colleagues on their success. It is a testament not only to the quality and relevance of the programme itself, but crucially also the diversity of our faculty, student and advisory bodies at the University of Edinburgh Business School.
Professor Gavin Jack, Dean of School