Cambridge Judge to Offer New Master of Finance Scholarships

Funds to be awarded based on need and the desire to make a positive impact

Cambridge's Judge Business School has announced the launch of eight new needs-based scholarships available for students in the school's Master of Finance program.

The "Chairman’s Scholarships" are valued at £15,000 each, and will be awarded based on need, academic merit, and the "demonstrated commitment on the part of the holder to make a positive contribution to society," according to the business school's chairman Glenn Earle.

The minimum academic requirements to apply for the new funding is either a first class degree or GPA of 3.7 from a well-recognized university.

Interested candidates should apply to the MFin by the January 17th scholarship deadline.

For more information, please see the Cambridge Judge press release announcing the launch of the new MFin scholarships.

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