Thank you for your interest in applying to our MS in Finance program. We encourage you to begin your application online as soon as possible.
The program starts on a full-time or part-time basis in September.
If you are applying for a full-time September start the application dates are November 1 (with notification by December 20), January 15 (with notification by February 28), March 15 (with notification by May 1) and April 15 (with notification by June 1).
If you are applying for a part-time September start the application dates are March 15 and May 1.
We’ll continue accepting applications on a space-available basis, contact us today for more information.
The Admissions Committee will evaluate an applicant's:
- Academic preparation for graduate work
- Career achievement and potential in the areas of finance
- Quality, length and level of work experience
- Potentially unique or individual contributions to the classroom
An interview in person or by phone may be required.
For more information on how to apply, please visit our Admissions page.
Northeastern University Scholarship Opportunities
Double Husky Scholarship
Are you a Northeastern graduate who is considering going back to school to earn your graduate degree or certificate? The Double Husky Scholarship helps Husky alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of up to 25 percent.
Lifetime Learning Benefit
Are you a parent or sibling of a current Northeastern undergraduate student? Starting January 2016, Northeastern will launch a first-of-its-kind Lifetime Learning Benefit for parents and siblings of full-time undergraduate day students to pursue part- or full-time graduate degree and certificate programs with a 25-percent discount.
If you have any questions as you complete your application, please contact our Admissions Team at 617.373.5992 or email@example.com.
If you are offered admission to the MSF program, you will be automatically considered for a scholarship. There is no separate application necessary. Scholarships are awarded based on the strength of your application, including your undergraduate record, prior work experience, professional recommendations, GMAT score, and other application materials.