Master of Science of International Banking and Finance
The IPAG Business School’s Master of Science of International Banking and Finance is a double degree in partnership with the University of Greenwich in the United Kingdom. It offers one semester in each city, allowing students to work in the international and competitive sector of banking and financial services. The program provides two separate degrees: the IPAG Master Diploma and the MSc, and provides examination of the theory as well as application of professional skills. This program also develops skill set to perform in a management role and areas such as financial analysis and trading.
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Kambiz Pedram - Head of the program
Hello. What are the specificities between the two semesters in Paris and London?
Where can we work after this master?
I don’t know the University of Greenwich. Can you tell me more about the school and why IPAG is partnering with it?
Would my diploma from this program come from IPAG or the University of Greenwich?
How many students do this master this year?
Three Words Max
Do I need to speak French for the semester at IPAG in Paris?
What do we do during the 3rd term?
What’s the typical profile you are looking for? Do we need a financial background to apply?
There isn’t any curriculum information on your site. What classes do we take?
Hello! Is it possible to do an internship with the program after graduation?
The Expert Question
The Expert Question: Technology and digitization is changing almost every aspect of everyday life – even money! Do you think bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are viable financial tools and are they here to stay?
Is it possible to develop specific specialist skills or expertise in a particular area? I would like to work in financial risk.
Does this program address the changes in financial regulations and policies that might come with Brexit?
How are we graded in a course on Finance? Are there a lot of math tests?
What is the Australian e-challenge? Is this a study trip to Australia?
What’s the ratio of theory to real-world application that’s taught?