Employers of our MSF graduates include, but are not limited to:
- The World Bank
- Cambridge Associates
- Freddie Mac
- Merrill Lynch
- Navigant Consulting/Navigant Capital Advisors
- Bloomberg LP
- Standard & Poor's
- Deloitte Financial Advisory Services
- The Carlyle Group
MSF graduates have the opportunity to take specialized courses in investment banking, financial intermediation in emerging markets, investment analysis, and more.
By selecting focused courses, students can cultivate the financial expertiese necessary to succeed in specific careers, such as: governance, risk management, corporate finance, and many more.
Access to the Kogod Office of Career Engagement provides MSF students with opportunities to network, attend career fairs, and get involved in on-campus recruiting.
The unique location of the program at the nexus of financial market regulation and policy in Washington, DC provides many opportunities for internships and full-time employment among graduates.
All applicants, including international applicants, are considered for merit scholarships during the application review process; a separate application is not required for consideration. There is a question on the application that asks you to confirm if you would like to be considered for scholarship. Please answer 'yes' to this question to be considered.
Please Note: The answer to this question will not impact your admissions decision. Typically only students who are otherwise funded from an employer or government agency would decline scholarship consideration.