Next admission round:
- 1 year (12 months)
Start of the program:
Level of entry:
Presentation: MBA 2 in Corporate Finance, Merger and Acquisition, and Investment Banking
The MBA in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking aims to master the equity financing professions : those of private equity, acquisitions financing, issuing financial products and, in general, financial advice professions relating to equity alliance operations.
It is aimed at M1-level students or equivalent with sound grounding in the main disciplines related to company management.
The course's originality lies in its combination of a quality academic course with immediate immersion in the world of work and rapid implementation of the teaching received.
Students split their week between work and study : from Monday to Thursday they are in-company, while Friday and Saturday are reserved for classes. Whilst this schedule is quite demanding for the student, it does however guarantee full efficiency directly after the course and employability.
Classic Derived Products
Exotic Derived Products
Products Derived from Asset Securitisation
Derived Products Shares
Currency and Derived Markets
Rate, Swaps and Bond Management
Market Conditions and Financial Markets
Share Financial Analysis
The Raw Materials Market and Weather Derivatives
Real-life Situation (Reuters, Bloomberg, etc.)
Finance and Trading Room IT
Negotiation Role Play
Professional Conferences : Trader, Sales, Broker, Controller, Fund Manager
Total course duration : 12 months/390 hours of classes
Teaching takes places every Friday and Saturday
The remaining time is spent in-company (training contract or work placement).
Qualifications/expertise after completing the program
Merger and Acquisitions Manager, Financial Director, Financial Analyst, Equity Financing Engineer, Treasurer, Credit Manager, Capital Risker, Capital Investor, Business Angel, etc.
Admission requirements :
- University Masters degree
- Grand Ecole Masters degree
- University postgraduate diploma (between Bachelors and Masters level)
- Grande Ecole postgraduate diploma (between Bachelors and Masters level)
- Foreign degree equivalent to the aforementioned French degrees
- Undergraduate two-year diploma or no diploma, but meaningful professional experience
Preferred profiles :
- Business schools, Engineers, IEP, Academics (eco-management, law and sciences)
- Executives returning to education (finance sphere)
Selection process :
Assessment of CV
Assessment of personal statements
Question in the admission file