For Recruiters

The Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) is a graduate degree offered by the Haas School of Business. Students in the MFE program learn to employ financial economics, mathematics, and computer modeling skills to make pricing, hedging, trading, risk management, project evaluation, and portfolio management decisions.

Our students have a high level of intellectual achievement and strong leadership skills. They embody a diversity of backgrounds and professional experiences, representing several countries. They come to our program with impressive professional experience, educational achievements, and a passion for finance.

Who Recruits MFE Students

  • Investment Banks
  • Hedge funds
  • Commercial banks
  • Insurance companies
  • Asset Management Firms
  • Treasury departments
  • Diversified financial services companies
  • Private equity/venture capital firms
  • Technology firms

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Our Curriculum

We've designed our coursework and program structure to meet your firm's needs.

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Selecting Candidates

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Internship Program

Sponsor a Berkeley MFE intern to meet short-term needs and assess long-term potential.

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The Berkeley MFE by the Numbers


Students in the Class of 2020


Berkeley Ranking for Best MFE Program (TFE Times, 2021)


Undergraduate Institutions Represented

Winnie Yu, MFE 18

Winnie Yu

MFE 18

Equity Research Analyst
PanAgora Asset Management
Boston, Massachusetts

"While learning technical skills is important, the more valuable lessons you learn in the Berkeley MFE Program come from exposure to the financial industry.

The financial world isn’t pure math; you need to have market sense as well."