EDHEC Business School
MSc in Corporate Finance & Banking
Entirely taught in English, this programme aims at equipping students with the know-how to work within investment banking, private equity, corporate banking or financial advisory services. The programme offers core modules such as Advanced Corporate Finance, Advanced Strategies or even Banking Regulation… A choice of major is to be completed between: Financial Management and Financial Intermediation. Students must participate in seminars which expose them even more to the reality of Finance. Students also have access to a career center and to complimentary French classes to favour their acculturation to France.
4-year bachelor degree in finance field (or equivalent)
Sep 18 to May 19 + internship (3-6 months)
application + GMAT or GRE or TAGE MAGE or CFA Level III or CAT + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS/Cambridge test
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Fabrice GUEZ - Director of the Financial Economics Track, EDHEC Business School
How much experience in finance do I need to apply?
Does Societe Generale’s sponsorship of the program guarantee access to internships and jobs at the company??
Do you have any accommodation arrangements for students at the Nice and Lille campuses? Accommodation in Nice is quite expensive, and is a consideration for my application to study.
Hi Henry. Can you tell me more about your background and why chose EDHEC for this program
Hi. I’m interested in mergers and acquisitions. Does this program cover business valuation and how to raise capital for acquisitions?
What is the difference between your Msc in Finance and this course?
Can I do my internship in France or do we have to find one abroad?
I know it's a program in finance, but still... Can students have a little bit of fun?
Hello, I don’t really know the difference between your majors of financial management and financial intermediation. Will explain a bit further, please?
Hi Mr Guez. In previous videos, when asked about the salary of recent graduates, you always refer to data from the Financial Times, specifically $100K+. Are you aware of students who earn that much in the French market?
The Expert Question
The Expert Question: Why do a finance and banking program in France? Is the approach different from the UK, Germany or the U.S.?
Hi, I want to be a tech entrepreneur. How much focus is there on startup finance in the classes we take?
Does this program include any study trips?