Auditing & Financial Advising - 229 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoire

  • Méthodes quantitatives pour la finance
  • Audit et contrôle interne
  • IFRS et évaluation d'actifs et passifs
  • Audit des systèmes d'information
  • Comptabilité des groupes approfondie
  • Atelier d'insertion professionnelle
  • Financial instruments and derivatives
  • Méthodologie de l'audit financier
  • Structuring & opérations financières complexes
  • Equity investment
  • Audit fiscal des grands groupes
  • Crash course evaluation

Obligatoire

  • Due diligence d'acquisition 
  • Audit interne et gouvernance
  • Data & Analytics
  • Audit bancaire et risque de blanchiment
  • Financing advisory
  • Comptabilité des groupes approfondie
  • Audit juridique
  • Applied corporate finance
  • Stage d'audit / méthodologie de mémoire

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The program consists of around 450 hours of courses, spread out over seven months. About one third of instruction is taught in English.

Active pedagogy is central to the program, a combination of courses, tutorials, and plentiful group work.

The group work features real business cases and their relationship to the fundamentals of auditing and financial advising (fair value measurement of stocks and shares, auditing forecast data, appreciation and evaluation of stock options, internal control reviews) leads students to be actively engaged in the program's course content.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Students must complete a 12-week internship between January and March.
This pre-recruitment internship is an integral part of the pedagogical and vocational approach of the program. Assistance with finding an internship at an international audit firm is provided. The internship covers the activities characteristic of an auditing or financial advising assignment. It begins in January and lasts 12 weeks, during which time the student will be given projects to complete, supervised, and regularly evaluated.

At the end of the engagement, the recruitment associate presents an evaluation of the student's contributions to various projects to the director and student. The final review influences the likelihood that students will be offered permanent positions after they complete the Master's degree (every year, over 95% are).