The Department of Finance offers LSE’s longest-running Executive Master's programme, taught in the evenings.
The MSc Finance (Part-time) evening programme provides a unique opportunity to combine a full-time career with a world-class masters in finance programme that is grounded in academic depth and rigour. The courses are tailored to the needs and demands of professionals aspiring to high-powered careers in the financial sector.
The Programme offers the following benefits:
LSE's longest-running part-time evening programme, designed specifically to meet the needs of professionals working in or around London who are thinking about moving into or acquiring further in depth expertise in the area of finance.
Study in one of the most highly rated departments in the subject area in the world, for its research, teaching and institutional links.
Close interaction with LSE's Financial Markets Group, which each year attracts some of the leading international finance researchers to present at one of its many academic research seminars or conferences (see FMG), which students are welcome to attend.
Specialist courses which give great emphasis on the applicability of financial concepts through case studies and other practical assignments.
Strong departmental links with top finance professionals and financial institutions in the City and Canary Wharf, as well access to LSE's renowned series of high-profile public lectures and events.
MSc Finance (Part-time) Information Evenings
Information Evenings are held throughout the year for students interested in applying to the programme. The evenings give prospective applicants the opportunity to listen to a series of presentations about the programme, experience a sample lecture, and speak individually to current students and staff involved in the programme. Find out more.
Frequently Asked Questions
For more information about the programme and about applying please visit the frequently asked questions page. If you have any questions that cannot be answered on these pages, please email the Acting Programme Manager, Rhys Cadman (firstname.lastname@example.org).