Asset Management - 261 - Master's Year 2

Program Objectives

This Master's program prepares students to become wealth and asset management specialists capable of advising their clients on arbitrage financial and real estate management. At the end of the program, students will also be able to translate and simplify legal and fiscal policies and guide them in their investment choices.

Program objectives:

  • Be able to translate and simplify juridical, legal, economic, and fiscal policies for clients while retaining the interpersonal and business skills required by the profession;
  • Have the ability to take a holistic approach to estate planning, from retention to protection to transmission.
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


  • Frédéric GONAND

    University Professor

    Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree

  • Amélie De Bryas

    PhD in Law

    Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree

  • Caroline DESREUMAUX

    Teaching assistant

    Work-based training

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  • Carine FENOLLAND

    Teaching assistant

    Executive education

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After Dauphine

73,3 %

of students found a employment before graduation

94,1 %

Net employment rate

45 653

Average salary