Le MBA Finance fournit les outils théoriques nécessaires aux étudiants pour maîtriser les problématiques liées à la gestion financière des entreprises partout dans le monde. Les cours portent sur des thèmes tels que la finance, la comptabilité et la stratégie.
Ce programme permet aux étudiants de viser une carrière internationale en tant qu’entrepreneurs, conseillers financiers, directeurs financiers ou contrôleurs de gestion avec la capacité de comprendre les préoccupations de tous les secteurs de gestion.
Ce programme délivre le titre de Manager Financier, certification de niveau I, enregistrée au RNCP -code NSF 313- par arrêté du 9 janvier 2015, publié au J.O. du 30 janvier 2015.
Cette certification est accessible par la VAE.
Ensures that students embarking on a finance career have a firm grasp of the international approach to financial accounting and how it differs from individual national approaches.
Gives both a theoretical and practical approach to key financial topics related to corporate and investment decision-making: Corporate Governance; Divided Policy; Capital Investment Decisions; Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring; and Business and Financial Risk.
Provides students an overview, with a mix of theory and ‘real life’ principles, of the various aspects involved in building a business. Students work in teams to develop a multi-disciplinary approach to the development of a new business venture.
Provides students with the basic toolkit for understanding the macro economy, with a particular focus on European economies and frequent references to the United States. The course uses theory insofar as running successful meetings, career development, job hunting, and career conferences. It explains the real world in which we live, and never as an end in itself. At the end of this course, participants should be able to: make more informed decisions, better understand the economic press in order to make those decisions, and be more aware of the controversies and the arguments surrounding the current economic situation and economic policies.
Familiarizes students with the principles of managerial accounting and its application to management control and decision-making in a modern, dynamic environment. Participants will be given an understanding of cost behavior, the importance of cost allocation, planning and decision-making using the knowledge of cost behavior, responsibility accounting and performance reporting.
Familiarizes students with the decision-making process used by management of publicly-held corporations when preparing ﬁnancial statements compliant with generally accepted accounting principles (IFRS and US GAAP).
An introduction to the ﬁnancial markets. Each market is discussed in detail as to the different participants, the different products available, and the basic strategies. The overriding theme is the perceived risk, expected return relationship.
The pace of business is getting faster and more complex. In order to make sense of so much information, CFOs and their teams need frameworks to help General Managers develop clear and effective strategies, to think strategically in real business situations, to select information that is essential to the strategy, to make effective decisions even when they lack information, and to defend their strategy to clients and colleagues.
Teaches students to identify the risks faced by a business, the tools used to assess its scope and priority, and how to address and manage risk. Material covers internal discipline, uncertainty quantiﬁcation techniques and speciﬁc regulations for risk management.
Introduces students to all aspects of auditing, both external and internal, and especially to the international regulatory environment. The objective is to enable the student to comprehend the ethical importance of transparency and disclosure in all ﬁnancial areas.
Gives a basic understanding of ﬁnancial derivatives focusing on its principal foundations (Equity, Fixed Income, Credit, Commodities) and how these products can be used to manage risk and generate returns.
This course aims at improving the knowledge of tax management in an international setting in order to optimize competitiveness. Participants will also study the different levels of taxations in major developed countries.
Develops students’ ability to focus on appropriate strategic questions, assess the competitive environment, identify the resources required to achieve objectives, quantify propositions and establish key performance indicators (KPIs), establish a strategic framework for discussion, assess the project, and write a formal synthesis.
In valuing projects, divisions and corporations, the practical application of techniques already studied: understanding a company’s ﬁnancial statements, strategic planning, revenue and cost forecasting, project valuation and risk management. Case studies on quoted and unquoted companies.
Enables students to understand and interpret the information contained in any company’s annual report as well as other published information; to be aware of the general structure and purpose of an annual report; to determine the ﬁnancial health of a corporation; and to understand the limitations of ﬁnancial analysis, and the likely signs of impending corporate failure.
This seminar instructs students in asset allocation; mutual performance; investment manager selection; portfolio construction and revision; equity, fixed-income, alternative investments management strategies; performance, evaluation and measurement of performance; stock picking and market timing. The course will also consider economic analysis and establishing capital market expectations.
The seminar instructs students in time value of money; probability distributions and descriptive statistics; sampling and estimation; hypothesis testing; correlation analysis and regression; time series analysis; technical analysis.
The importance of ethics in the operation of financial institutions, and the personal conduct of finance professionals.
Topics including ethics and financial markets; The ethic of bankruptcy; Socially responsible investing; Bank lending practices; Ethical issues in investment decisions; Professional standards of practices; and ethical practices.