Banking, Finance and Insurance (Magistère, multidisciplinary BA)

Program Objectives

The third year of the Bachelor’s degree in Banking, Finance, and Insurance (Magistère) is the first stage of a three-year curriculum of excellence (leading from Bachelor’s Year 3 to Master’s Year 2) which trains high-level financial practitioners capable of successfully adapting to rapid changes in modern finance. The curriculum includes academic courses, Bloomberg projects, courses taught by visiting professionals, international education, and internships. Students are eligible to receive the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Economics at the end of the first year.
The student association organizes networking events and field trips to assist students in defining their career goals.

Program objectives:

  • Acquire a solid interdisciplinary foundation in accounting, financial mathematics, financial management, portfolio management, microeconomics, econometrics, law, etc,
  • Gain sufficient knowledge of economics to be awarded an economics degree (the equivalent of the Bachelor’s degree in Applied Economics at Dauphine).
Types of education
Initial training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
12 weeks
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Bachelor's degree
Academic Year