Most investment fund managers have a master's degree. The most common areas of study are Business Management and Administration, Economics, Finance, and Business.

What degrees do investment fund managers have?

The most common degree held by investment fund managers is Business Management and Administration, held by 16% of investment fund managers. Other common degrees include Economics, Finance, and Business.

Get a detailed breakdown of investment fund managers and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that investment fund managers hold

Degrees % of investment fund managers
Business Management and Administration 16%
Economics 14%
Finance 12%
Business 6%

What level of education do investment fund managers have?

Most investment fund managers have the same level of education. 65% of investment fund managers have a master's degree, with the second most common being a bachelor's degree at 33%.

Level of education that investment fund managers have

Education % of investment fund managers
No education 0%
High school diploma 0%
Certificate or associate degree 0%
Bachelor's degree 33%
Master's degree 65%
Doctorate 0%