MASTER OF SCIENCEFinancial Markets & Investments

 

 

Admissions

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Programme requirements


Requirements - Two-Year MSc:
Eligible to apply: students who hold a three-year university degree or equivalent.
Students will be required to reach the necessary level for the MSc before moving to year two.

Requirements - MSc (one-year): 
Eligible to apply: students who hold a four-year university degree or equivalent + two months minimum of professional experience 
In some cases, a three-year degree with substantial professional experience can be accepted.

English language test required for all students:
In some cases, the English test can be waived (for English native speakers or degree holders from an English-speaking country)
TOEFL (530), TOEFL IBT (71), TOEIC (810), IELTS (6)

Other tests
GMAT/GRE is not mandatory, however a good score strengthens the application.

NB: Foreign, and non-EU, students who graduate with a CGE-accredited degree in France, can now find work more easily under a new French law. Read more



*Candidates with an Indian bachelor's degree are eligible for the one-year MSc if they have more than three years of work experience and for the two-year MSc if they have less than three years of work experience.



Selection


The selection is in two parts:
 
  1. Eligibility: online application
    A selection committee examines the application submission taking into account the candidate's qualifications and professional experience. Candidates will be required to answer some questions via VisioTalent.

    VisioTalent is an automated online recruitment tool that facilitates your admission to SKEMA. This easy-to-use platform will only take 10 minutes of your time to use for your MSc application.

  2. Admission: If the application and the VisioTalent answers are judged satisfactory, candidates undergo an online interview. The interview lasts about 30 minutes.
    Find out more about the MSc admissions interview, with guidance and tips here

    Successful candidates will be admitted on the basis of the application form and the interview.



Calendar
Recruitment is carried out on a rolling admissions basis. However, given the limited number of places, candidates are advised to apply as early as possible.



​​Tuition fees

  • MSc in one year: €25,000
  • Two-year MSc: €42,000

The application fee is €100 (non-refundable) 


​Financing

Scholarships 


This interactive brochure provides information about a large number of French and international scholarships available for students going to study on SKEMA's bachelor and master degree programmes. 

There's also information on the scholarships awarded by SKEMA Business School. 

French Embassies worldwide also offer support for international students to study in France.  You can find information below or on the web by searching for 'French Embassy' and insert your country of residence. 



​Living costs


Based on student feedback, here is the recommended monthly budget for a student in France:

Expenses - average costs (France)
  • Housing: around €500-800 per month (depending on location, Paris & surroundings being more expensive)
  • Visa validation: €50
  • Student and campus life contribution (CVEC) if applicable: €92
  • Internet: around €20 per month
  • Food/Meals: around €200 per month
  • Transportation: €30 - €40 per month
  • Mutuelle (complementary health insurance): €20 – €40 per month
  • Insurance for accommodation: €10 – €20 per month
  • Telephone: €20 per month

Living in Raleigh, a single person's estimated monthly costs are €785.65 ($887.73) without rent.
More info on living costs in Raleigh here (external website)







Life in Paris, Sophia Antipolis and Raleigh


Read our PDF guides to learn more about your future life in Paris, Sophia Antipolis or Raleigh. Learn all about our campus, transportation, main attractions and events as well as practical information that will help you make the most of your experience:




Pierre Avot, admissions manager for this master's


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The MSc Financial Markets and Investments has a dedicated admissions manager, Pierre Avot. 

Don't hesitate to get in touch with him if you have any questions about this MSc, applying, careers etc. His email: pierre.avot@skema.edu




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