Master Finance - M2
This specialization is designed to give students a thorough understanding of financial modeling, to give them access to positions of responsibility in financial institutions, the front office and middle office markets, and businesses. It is aimed at students who have a taste for the development of quantitative models for financial econometrics.
Access to this specialty of Master Finance is open, under conditions of EU notes and specific analysis of their application:
students who have completed the 60 credits of first year Master of Finance IAE of Toulouse;
students who have completed 60 credits of the first year of the Master "Economics (in Economics)" Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), and having followed the optional courses of Market Finance and Corporate Finance.
students who have completed 60 credits of the first year of a Master "Economics (in Economics)" TSE but don 'had not followed the two elective courses listed above, students who have completed 60 credits of another first year Master, to holders of a Bachelor's Degree, a Diploma of Business School or any other equivalent degree, after examination of their academic record, test results of the TAGE-MAGE or GMAT, and a possible interview.
- EU1 - Corporate Finance and Financial Markets
- EU2 - Front and Middle Office
- UE3 - Asset Pricing
- EU4 - Fund Management
- EU5 - Financial Engineering
- EU6 - Conferences on Practical Issues in Finance and Insurance
- or EU8 - Research Methods in Finance
Some courses are taught in English.
- UE7 - Internship or Research Essay
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This specialization also helps prepare students for the completion of a thesis in finance, to integrate the business of higher education and research. The students enrolled in a research course will follow a specific program. In particular, they will follow a Teaching Unit "Research Methods in Finance" (EU 8), replacing the Teaching Unit "Conferences on Practical Issues in Finance and Insurance" (EU 6), and realize a memory research (EU 7).
The internship, d a period of six months, giving rise to the editor 's report and a viva.