Application for Admission
How to Apply
Thank you for your interest in applying for Princeton’s Master in Finance program.
Our application process is fully electronic, and more background on the application process is available online.
All test scores MUST be sent from the test center to Princeton University (2672). Please refer to the following linked pages for specific information on GMAT, GRE, IELTS, and TOEFL. Please allow extra time for test scores to be received and updated on your checklist.
DO NOT wait for your recommenders to submit their recommendations as they have an additional two weeks after your deadline to submit them.
Read more details about the Master in Finance curriculum and requirements. Frequently asked questions and answers about the program are available online, and information about career placement and resources is also available.
Timetable and Process
Applications and support documentation for admission in the Fall of 2014 are due by December 1, 2013.
Application materials due by December 1 include transcripts and test scores. We may need to contact applicants if information is missing, so please include a working e-mail address. Please remember that it is your responsibility to make sure that your application is complete and on time.
If you suspect a problem with your application, please contact Educational Testing Services directly.
Admitted students will need to respond by April 15. On-campus housing will be guaranteed only to students whose completed housing application has been received by the University by the reply deadline of April 15.
Required Testing and Forms
Application forms (online only) are available from the Graduate School Admissions website. You must apply online. The application fee is $90.
Please include a curriculum vitae, personal statement and undergraduate/graduate transcripts as part of your application.
The GRE or GMAT is required.
If your native language is not English and you have not completed your undergraduate studies in an English-speaking country, you are also required to take either the TOEFL or IELTS exam.
GRE or GMAT scores must be less than five years old, TOEFL or IELTS scores less than two years old as of Dec. 1.
Please plan to take the tests in plenty of time for the official scores to be received by the admissions office. When you register for the tests, you must specify that your scores be sent to the Princeton University Office of Graduate Admission (2672 for the GRE, WC1-L5-59 for the GMAT).