MSc in Capital Markets / Accounting / Finance

Last Updated: 
May 3, 2017
Last Updated: 
May 3, 2017

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Program Details

Master's Programs
Study Options: 
Full-Time

Location of Program

Location: 
1 Parvis de la Defense
92044 Paris la Defense
France

Master of Science in Finance

A member of the CFA Institute University Recognition Program, the MSc in Finance is for students who would like to enhance their understanding of financial analysis in a very practical environment. Students get full access to the Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab and may earn certifications. When in the Lab, theory is put into practice and through these observation students are given a unique opportunity to learn the ethical norms of the profession. Courses include Managing Consultancy, Ethics in Finance, and Advanced Portfolio Diversification. Careers in the financial analysis and investment management industries are options for graduates. The program consists of two semesters of courses followed by an internship in France or abroad.

For more detailed information go to the program website here.

Master of Science in Investment Banking & Capital Markets

Through its unique design, this program takes your knowledge of capital markets to a new level. Interactive lessons by academic and industry experts provide strong technical skills in capital markets instruments, financial data services, and computer programming. The program teaches students to learn how, and from where, to source accurate and consistent data, and how to navigate across financial products. Students also acquire hands-on experience in the Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab. With courses such as Central Banking, VBA for Finance, and Financial Regulations and Compliance, students graduate with a set of quantitative tools and with a solid knowledge of regulations and ethics. The program consists of two semesters of coursework followed by an internship in France or abroad.

For more detailed information go to the program website here.

Master of Science in Accounting, Audit & Control

The MSc in Accounting, Audit, and Control is designed for students looking to achieve long-term career success. It is based on a solid foundation in financial reporting and analysis; management accounting and decision-making; and financial advisory services. Courses include Financial Reporting and Analysis, Working Capital Management, and Accounting and the Global Economy.  Graduates benefit from the built-in fast-track preparation for admission to global professional accountancy bodies (e.g. exemptions towards the ACCA Professional Examinations, alignment with the CIMA’s Masters Gateway, and coverage of a significant part of the IMA’s Body of Knowledge). Career options include financial controller, financial analyst, and tax consultant. The program consists of two semesters of courses followed by an internship in France or abroad.

For more detailed information go to the program website here.

Percentage of International Professors: 

84% of the faculty come from outside of France and 100% of permanent professors hold a PhD.

Application Deadline: 

There is a rolling admission from October until the 26th May for all applicants. 

Application Requirements:

  • Undergraduate degree required for:

  • Investment Banking & Capital Markets: Finance, Economics or Business
  • Accounting, Audit & Control: Accounting, Finance, Economics or Business
  • Finance: Accounting, Economics or Business

Each program requires the following:

  • a completed online application form (here)
  • an English placement test (IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC) score (native English speakers, and those who have studied in English for the previous 2 years, are exempt)
  • a CV/resume,
  • a copy of one’s passport
  • undergraduate degree transcripts and diploma from a recognized university

Previous work experience or a GMAT score are not pre-requisites to apply for the programs, however a good GMAT score is recommended for MSc in Investment Banking & Capital Markets.

Language Requirements: 
All programs are taught in English. English proficiency test scores may be required to apply. French is not required; however non-francophones will have French courses as part of the curriculum. Francophones may choose another language to study.

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