In the Financial Times’ worldwide Top 10 for four consecutive years
Programme taught in English at the Paris, Raleigh & Sophia Antipolis campuses.
This MSc is a CGE-accredited, full-time course taught over a 12-month period. There are eight months of taught courses, followed by four to six months for the dissertation and internship.
Who can apply?
As a one-year MSc: holders of four-year degrees
As a two-year MSc: holders of three-year degrees (more info
2017: THE FINANCIAL TIMES RANKS OUR
MSc FINANCIAL MARKETS & INVESTMENTS 6th WORLDWIDE
Tracks and campus overview
The MSc in Financial Markets & Investments is a market-driven finance programme that closely reflects the constantly changing world of international finance. The teaching and curriculum use a practical approach.
The programme gives students practical expertise in the key areas of finance within the post crisis financial environment in the fields of trading, risk management, sales, investment advisory, structuring finance… Content is taught within a global macro-economic and financial environment with market-oriented courses that will enable the students to become conscious of a new financial and economic environment including a key component that may remain with them throughout their careers: a stockpile of world debt.
The availability of Bloomberg terminals with existing live quotes and up-to-the-minute financial information from different exchanges allows students to follow and better understand the correlation between geopolitics, economics and the financial markets.
Why choose this programme
One programme, three locations, five specialisations
Regarding the increasing complexity of market finance, we offer common fundamentals and five different specialisations spread over the three campuses:
Trading, Structuring & Portfolio Management related courses in Sophia Antipolis,
Asset Management & Investment Banking in Paris,
Quantitative Portfolio Management & Valuation and the newly launched CFA® preparation track in Raleigh.
Video: watch a five-minute excerpt from the news analysis section at the beginning of a class