Finance (Work-study): Master's Year 1

Program Objectives

The first year of the Master's program in Finance aims to introduce students to the various financial subdisciplines. Students enrolled in the initial training program will declare their desired area of specialization during this first year. Taking a gap year (which most of them do) will allow them to feel confident about their decision. Students enrolled in the apprenticeship program are directed towards one of three tracks in the second year: Asset Management, Real Estate Management, and Investment Banking and Markets.

Program objectives:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Finance;
  • Gain an overview of the different financial subdisciplines and fields in order to choose an area of specialization in Year 2;
  • Become expert in financial asset evaluation tools; know how to assess and manage financial risk;
  • Become expert in the software programs used to resolve financial problems
Types of education
Work-based training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year


  • Juan Raposo

    Associate Professor

    Program Director

  • Christine Lehingue

    Teaching assistant

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