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MSc Finance (Part-time)

The Department of Finance offers LSE’s longest-running Executive Master's programme, taught in the evenings. 

The MSc Finance (part-time) is the most established and longest running evening programme offered by the LSE. Our programme offers working professionals the chance to take their careers to the next level through gaining a top class qualification from one of the world’s leading academic institutions.

Our two year programme is tailored to meet the needs of busy professionals. It is taught exclusively in the evening with additional optional weekend support sessions. Learn more about our Programme Structure.

Since its launch in 2006, our programme has helped hundreds of working professionals boost their careers in the financial sector. Learn more about Our Students.

If you are an ambitious, dedicated finance professional, who is looking for next big opportunity, we want to hear from you.

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Why choose the MSc Finance (part-time)?

Bespoke learning - LSE's longest-running part-time evening programme is 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.

World class teaching – You will be studying in one of the most highly rated departments in the subject area, in the world, for its research, teaching and institutional links.

In-depth knowledge – We offer specialist courses which give great emphasis on the applicability of financial concepts through case studies and other practical assignments. LSE's Financial Markets Group attracts some of the leading international finance researchers to present at its many academic research seminars and conferences which students are welcome to attend.

High profile networks - Our department has strong links with top finance professionals and financial institutions in the City and Canary Wharf. You will also benefit from access to LSE's renowned series of high-profile public lectures and events.