Program Year

Obligatoire

Module FINANCE : Finance de Marché

  • Evaluation des actifs financiers en temps continu
  • Instruments financiers/dérivés : forex, taux, matière première, CAT bonds

Module FINANCE : Finance d'entreprise

Module FINANCE : Risques

Module : ÉCONOMIE ET DROIT

  • Microéconomie de l'assurance
  • Econométrie des séries temporelles
  • Fiscalité des sociétés et Droit du contentieux fiscal

Module : LANGAGES

  • Projet Python

OPTIONNEL (3ECTS)

  • Langue - Anglais des Affaires
  • Langue - Allemand ou Espagnol

Module : Banque et Finance

  • Modélisation et gestion des marchés d'options
  • Simulation de gestion de portefeuille sous Bloomberg - G1 et G2
  • Analyse financière approfondie
  • Gestion des risques

Au choix une des 2 options suivantes :

Module FINANCE : Risques

  • Gestion des risques financiers en entreprise et gestion des risques retraite (Epargne et Fonds de pension)

Module : ÉCONOMIE

  • Microéconomie (Théorie des jeux et Microéconomie de l’entreprise)
  • Macroéconomie (Indicateurs avancés de la conjoncture)
  • VBA approfondi G1 et G2

Module : OUVERTURE

BLOC OPTIONNEL CHOISIR 1 UE SUR LES 4 PROPOSEES

  • Langue - Anglais des affaires
  • SPOC Ethique Responsabilité Sociale et Développement Durable
  • Responsabilité sociale et éducation financière
  • Sport

Academic Training Year 2023 - 2024 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The first year of the Master's degree in Economics and Finance: Banking, Finance, and Insurance is divided into two semesters in the period between the end of August and the end of April. Over the course of the year, there are two study trips to London and Singapore (in September and March), a ski study trip in December, and various professional networking events such as cocktails, masterclasses, the annual conference during the House of Finance Days, case studies, an enterprise forum, etc.

The theoretical underpinnings of economics (macroeconomics, game theory, taxation, insurance theory) are enhanced with specialized courses in finance (e.g. in financial analysis, financial asset evaluation, risk management, LBO case studies) and practicums in IT tools such as advanced VBA, Java, and Bloomberg. Theatre courses help students become more confident when they speak and develop their public speaking skills. Many options are available to students, including MOOCs or additional foreign language courses.

If students pass the first year of the Master's in Economics and Finance - Magistère BFA track (the second year of the Magistère) they can continue on to the second year of the same track in the Master's program without having to reapply.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students in initial training must complete a professional internship at least three months after completing the first year of the Master's program. They can fulfill this requirement by taking a gap year between the two years of the Master's program. Some students choose to do international spring or summer internships, usually in London but also in other European countries or in Asia.

Over the course of the year, students take part in a “Serious Game” portfolio management competition in the Bloomberg room. They have to defend their investment choices in front of a professor.