Our Master of Science (MSc) in Corporate Finance degree allows you to develop a dual skill set in management and finance, so that you can grow professionally within the administration and finance department of an investment bank or audit firm.
Applicants to the MSc program must have the equivalent of a French “bac+3” degree to begin the program with a year devoted to the basics of management, or a French “bac+4” degree to begin in the specialization year without previous work experience. Please note that MSC program is 80% taught in french and 20% taught in english. Therefore applicants must be fluent in french.
- Develop a dual skill set in management and finance,
Understand the relationship between finance roles and management roles
Understand risk management as it pertains to securities
Understand online tools, modeling, and data processing to monitor and manage a corporate strategy
Career paths after this program
- Junior management controller
Junior internal/external auditor
Junior financial analyst
Junior banking staff member
MSc 1 (one academic year, for students who have the equivalent of a bac+3 in the French system)
MSc 2 (one academic year, as a continuation from MSc 1 or for students who have the equivalent of a bac+4 in the French system)
The MSc 2 year earns 90 ECTS credits and focuses on more advanced management skills. Students will develop higher-level technical and analytical skills and will specialize in finance. The goal of this track is to improve your management skills through business experience and a final thesis.
Management and Globalization
- Ethics and CSR
Finance and law
- Management controls
Strategy and operations
Leadership and project management
Information systems and digital marketing
Méthodes de recherche
- Banking Regulation
Information systems and finance
Finance business case
Financing and Investing
Internal auditing, compliance, and fraud
IPO and LBO
Mergers and acquisitions
Professional experience in the desired field, and writing an MSc thesis.