NEOMA Business School
MSc Finance, Investment and Wealth Management
This full-time master’s degree programme offers a comprehensive training in real estate and wealth management or in finance and investment analysis coupled with a preparation for the CFA® certifications Level I & II. In this MSc, students are introduced to a 360° finance approach and learn about the holistic characteristics and aspects of finance. Two tracks are available: Finance and Investment Analysis track and Real Estate and Wealth Management track. The programme culminates with a 4 to 6 month internship (either in France or abroad) and the professional thesis (oral defence).
4-year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
18 or 24 months
online application + TOEFL/IELTS + interview
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Maria RUIZ - Head of the MSc Finance, Investment & Wealth Management
- Karen TAGUIA MAYOH - Student
What’s the difference between the 18 and 24-month versions of this program?
What does it mean for a foreigner that the program is accredited by the Conférence des grandes écoles?
Hi Karen. What stood out to you about this program to make you choose it?
Do you require a bachelor in business or finance to apply for this master?
What is the CFA Chartered Financial Analyst certification? Are we required to obtain this?
Do you incorporate any real-world exercises or simulations into the curriculum?
What courses or lessons are included on sustainable and responsible finance?
What’s the employment rate of your graduates and what’s the average duration of a job search?
What support do you offer students for finding internships?
Karen, what would you like to do after this program and has NEOMA prepared you well for that?
What are the options for international academic exchange in the Finance and Investment Analysis track?
Can you tell me more about Reims and why to study Finance there instead of a business center like Paris or London?
What are the parameters of the final thesis? Is this independent research or is it connected to the internship?