Take your financial knowledge to the next level with a Master of Finance!

| February 28, 2024
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience

Take your Financial knowledge to the next level with a Master of Finance (M.Fin) from DeGroote!

Are you pursuing an area of focus in Finance, and wanting to pursue Finance as a graduate degree? Are you familiar with the M.Fin program at DeGroote? The admission deadlines for September 2024 entry are approaching quickly!

Join the Student Experience team for our final admissions webinar to learn more about the M.Fin program, the application process, and our career supports.


  • Friday, March 8
  • Time: 8:30 a.m. (ET)
  • Location: Online (Zoom)
  • Register here.

What is the M.Fin program at DeGroote?

Knowing how to use important money tools is like having a superpower in finance. Join DeGroote’s Master of Finance program to learn how to use exciting tools like Python, R, MATLAB, and Excel to solve real money problems.

Our graduates get serious training in technical know-how, getting them ready for in-demand jobs that require skills in areas like econometrics, financial modelling, numerical methods, and optimization.

The program is all about learning by doing, so you will get hands-on experience ensuring that you know how to use all of these tools effectively.

If this program sounds interesting to you, we invite you to apply! Please note the upcoming admission deadlines for September 2024:

  • International Student Deadline: Thursday, March 14 (only two weeks left!)
  • Domestic Applicant Deadline: Tuesday, April 30

Questions? Contact us at mfininfo@mcmaster.ca and a member of our Admissions team will be happy to support you!

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