Saïd Business School – University of Oxford - Masters in Law and Finance
Oxford MSc in Law and Finance Program Structure
The Oxford University MSc in Law and Finance program is taught jointly with the business school and faculty of law. This is a full-time, one-year program for students with a prior background in law. This program is designed for students to have the chance to develop an advanced interdisciplinary understanding of relevant economic and financial contexts.
The program is taught across three terms beginning in September.
The program consists of three core courses and two electives. Students must also participate in a pre-course training in math and financial reporting.
Core course include Finance, First Principles of Financial Economics, and Law and Economics of Corporate Transactions. Students must select two law electives. Elective courses cover topics such as comparative corporate law, conflict of laws, European business regulation, intellectual property law and transnational commercial law.
Applicants are expected to have a previous background in law. About 45 students are accepted into the program each year.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
The tuition fee for the program for the Oxford University MSc in Law and Finance program is £38,945, which includes a college fee. This is the same rate for UK and international students.
There are over 1,100 merit-based University and Faculty scholarships and several MLF need-based awards available for qualifying applicants. There are specific law scholarships available for those students who qualify. The admissions office reminds applicants who are in need of financial assistance to remember to check the relevant box on the application form.