The MSc in Financial Markets & Investments is a market-driven finance programme which aims at giving students practical expertise in the key areas of finance within the new post crisis (2008 and today again) financial environment. It focuses on different fields such as trading, risk management, sales, investment advisory, structuring finance… Experienced financial specialists provides their practical market experience in order to complete the strong academic skills. Besides, in-company projects and assignments are mandatory.
Entry requirement: three or four years degree Ranking&Accreditations: Master in Finance #6 worldwide (FT) / EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA Duration: 12 months Location: Paris (France), Raleigh (USA), Sophia Antipolis (France) Language: English Selection: online application + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS + interview Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
Christophe Dispas - Financial, accounting and control department Headmaster
Bak Ung - Program graduated
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Hello! I am curious to know if all the faculty members are full-time professionals in the capital markets both in the public and private sectors. If not, what are the proportions like of the other backgrounds? Thanks!
On your website, the graduates almost unanimously praise the unlimited access to the Bloomberg Terminals. Also, they appreciate the Bloomberg room. Why such a focus and what is the Bloomberg Room?
Is the degree generally for pre-experience students or is there any mandatory work experience to enter the programme?
Expert question: Your programme is ranked the 6th this year by the Financial Times for the master in finance for pre-experience students. What is the main point to improve in order to compete the competitors like the IE Business School and MIT: Sloan?
The courses seem very technical and quantitative. Are there bachelor?s degrees you specifically recommend students to enter and make the best out of this programmes? What about you Bak?
Hi! I'd like to ask a question to the alumnus: Is the student body of the programme diverse in terms of nationalities and backgrounds?
Are the classes interactive or is it done mostly with unilateral teaching methods? Do students participate in discussions actively? Merci.
Good afternoon. Where do the graduates mostly work in terms of the sector and countries?