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  • What Do MFins Do?

    As an MIT Sloan MFin graduate, you’ll leave MIT with a practical understanding of modern business, a comprehensive range of quantitative finance skills, and the applied expertise to know which approach best suits each unique circumstance.

    A world of career options

    Many career paths exist for MFin graduates. Employers seeking MFin skill sets include: asset managers, consulting firms, investment and corporate banks, brokerage firms, financial data providers, ratings firms, hedge funds, venture capitalists, insurance companies, and more.

    Those who graduate from MIT Sloan's Master of Finance program are highly attractive to well-known leaders in the industry, from Fortune 500 companies to boutique firms.

    Select Employers of the MFin Class of 2016

    • AIG
    • Arrowstreet Capital
    • Bain & Company, Inc.
    • BlackRock
    • Citadel
    • Coursera
    • Deloitte Consulting
    • Ernst & Young
    • Fidelity Investments
    • Five Rings
    • Fosun Group
    • Goldman Sachs Group
    • Man Group
    • McKinsey & Company
    • Morgan Stanley
    • PanAgora
    • Putnam Investments
    • State Street Corporation
    • The Boston Consulting Group
    • UBS
    • VMWare
    • WorldQuant

    Read the MFin Employment Report for a complete list.

    Employment report

    MFin graduates pursued opportunities that were commensurate with their experience level, with the majority accepting analyst-level positions, and those with greater relevant work experience securing opportunities at the associate level. The class landed positions across the spectrum of financial careers, in asset management, investment banking, financial consulting, diversified financial services, and corporate finance.

    Learn more about the Class of 2016 Employment Report