The MBA in Financial Management enables students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of financial theory: market finance, corporate finance, banking and insurance. It will enable students to analyse the organization of financial systems at the national and international levels; to understand and explain the interrelationships between the national and international financial environment in which administrations, public authorities and organizations make their decisions. On the other hand, in terms of skills, it will enable them to design, through financial engineering, financial packages and innovative financial products useful to companies and financial market players; to manage risk in financial institutions, to analyse the evolution of the prices of listed financial securities, negotiated in trading rooms, etc.
Upon completion of this program, graduates will be able to know corporate and market finance, understand the functioning of financial institutions and financial markets, carry out all financial operations of a company or a financial institution, perform complex financial analyses and act as financiers of financial institutions and companies, excel in the banking and insurance professions: credit analysts, financial advisors, actuaries, auditors, investment managers, operations managers, account managers, financial managers, etc.
Thus, the program is structured around the following three axes: transmitting the basic knowledge and concepts of the main accounting and finance disciplines, familiarizing oneself with the techniques necessary for the practice of these disciplines, and finally, putting these disciplines into perspective with the existing economic, financial and legal environment.