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finance - master (m1) finance

Prérequis et objectifs

Résultats attendus

Master (LMD)

Objectifs de la formation

By the end of the Master in Finance, students will be able to: Know basic institutional and regulatory framework of finance in organisations and markets ;Understand the conceptual foundations and analytical methods in finance ;Apply analytical methods in finance to solve practical problem encountered by corporations, financial institutions and markets ;Critically assess the drivers of contemporary financial issues ;Incorporate ethical dimension and implications for sustainability in financial decisions ;Communicate effectively in oral and written form ;Work in team ;Solve complex problems. The programme is taught entirely in English. At the end of the first year, students will undertake a compulsory internship in a company during 2 to 5 months. At the end of the second year, a 6-month internship is mandatory.
The curriculum offers a rigorous training programme, covering the foundations of finance during the first year and offering students the option to specialise in one of three fields during the second year (corporate finance, financial markets or finance and information technology). The programme is based on a variety of teaching methods, ranging from lectures to case studies and team projects. Our graduates are highly sought after by French and international recruiters, such as banks, consultancies, large multinationals and asset management firms, among others.The first year of the Master in Finance provides rigorous training in the principles of finance. This first year allows students to build a strong conceptual framework in order to analyse financial issues. The second year of the programme builds on this by developing practical applications. Additionally, the programme offers students essential development skills from related disciplines such as computer science, econometrics, mathematics and accounting. Spécificités Etablissements partenaires

Objectifs de sortie

Following the first year, the second year of the Master in Finance (M2) offers students various training paths, in the form of four tracks:Corporate FinanceFinancial MarketsFinance and Information TechnologyMaster of Science in Finance

Diplôme(s)

Master mention finance

Niveau d'entrée

Niveau I et II (Bac+3 et plus)

Niveau de sortie

Niveau I et II (Bac+3 et plus)

Type de certification

Diplome

Contenu

Les cours du M1 Finance sont totalement dispensés en anglais.SEMESTER 1:UE 01 - Foundations of asset pricingUE 02 - Introduction to corporate valuationUE 03 - Mathematics for finance and insuranceUE 04 - Business economicsUE 05 - Financial controllingUE 06 - Programming for financeSEMESTER 2:UE 07 - Financial marketsUE 08 - Principles of corporate financeUE 09 - EconometricsUE 10 - Information technology for financeUE 11 - ProfessionalisationUE 12 - Initiation to research

Modalités et informations complémentaires

Public visé :
Tout public
Modalités :
En centre de formation
Domaines :
Tableau financement, Financement entreprise, Financement international, Marché financier, Gestion risque banque assurance
Accessible par la VAE :
Oui

Contact :
Formation Continue, Validation des Acquis et Apprentissage 0561128656
Adresse e-mail :
fcv2a@ut-capitole.fr

Pour savoir si cette formation est accessible à d'autres publics et selon d'autres modalités, n'hésitez pas à prendre directement contact avec l'organisme ou votre conseiller

Accessibilité

Capacité d'accueil (nb indicatif) :
35 places
Durée totale :
200h
Durée en centre :
100h
Durée en entreprise :
100h
Accès handicapé :
Oui
Restauration sur place :
Oui
Accessibilité transports en commun :
Oui

Toutes les sessions

Date de la session : 01/09/2019 - 31/12/2020

Lieu de formation : 31000 TOULOUSE

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Eligibilité au compte personnel de formation

  • Code CPF :
    309301 (Caisse des dépôts)
    Début de validité :
    03.04.2019

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