A selective curriculum in three years
Teaching organization and professional integration
The Magistere in Banking and Finance is a training in three years, corresponding to the last year of bachelor degree and the two years of Master.
In addition to the degree of the Magisterium, our students automatically obtain at the end of each year:
Students have the opportunity to work up to 35 months in company through training:
Eventually, the possibility of realizing two additional 6-month internships after graduation.
Entry to the Magisterium is mainly at the first year (approximately 25 places), with about 10 places open for direct admission in the second year (in Master 1).
The admission to the first year is open to students holding a second year of bachelor degree in economics and management, MASS, but also, to second-year students in Higher School Preparatory Classes (ENS, business schools, engineering schools, ...), or to students of equivalent training.
The admission to the second year is open to students holding a degree of higher or equal to a final year of bachelor (that is, third year of bachelor degree (L3) and first year of Master in Economics or MASS, degree from business or engineering schools).
In any case, the selection process falls into two steps:
- A written test in the form of multiple choice tests to assess the candidate's academic knowledge and thinking capacity. The questions are related to the standard L1 and L2 curriculum for entry at L3 level (first year of Magisterium), and the L3 curriculum for entry at M1 level (second year of Magisterium), in mathematics, statistics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, English, and general culture in finance.
- An assessment of the candidate's file (academic path, internships).
- An interview in French and in English by teachers and professionals, aiming to test and assess the student's personality, his dynamism and his ability to integrate into a team.