Trader, broker, sales analyst, risk manager, controller, investment advisory...
All campuses allow access to the same market finance positions; however, each track has a specific focus that can provide students with a specialisation
Paris track: Asset Management, focus on buy side
Examples: financial analyst, asset and fund manager, portfolio manager, technical analyst, private equity investor, hedge fund manager, broker, commodities, real estate investors
Paris track: Investment Banking, focus on sell side
Examples: financial analyst, global research, M&A, corporate operations, financial consultant, risk manager, ratings & scorings, compliance and regulation, private banking & sales, treasury manager
Sophia Antipolis track: Trading & Capital Markets, focus on front office
Examples: trader, brokers, quantitative desk, equity capital market, debt capital market, structured products, trader or seller, risk manager, arbitragist
US Raleigh track: US Markets & Products Valuation, focus on structured products & market-linked investments
Examples: financial analyst, brokers, sales analyst, advisor in complex financial products, securitisation advisor, equity capital market, debt capital market, structurer, treasury manager
2015 MSc employment survey
55% work outside of France; almost all the others work in Paris and surrounding region.
HSBC, Calyon, BNPParibas, SocGen, Commerzbank, EFG, Hepta Capital (Geneva), Chenevari, UCA Group (Geneva), Alstom, EADS (Munich), Optiver (Amsterdam), Amundi, Apex Fund
Video: graduates hit the ground running
In this short video, Tarek Amyuni, director of the MSc on the Sophia Antipolis campus, talks about how this master's degree gets students fully prepared for jobs.