Master in Banking in France

Compare Masters Programs in Banking in France 2019

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Master in Banking programs provide students with the skills and knowledge that will help them to be successful in the banking industry, including instruction in subjects such as finance, accounting, investment, risk, and ethics.

Top Master Programs in Banking in France 2019

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Masters European international private bank

INEAD
Online 2 years Open Enrollment France France Online

Understanding European models and their peculiarities in business, Master the basics of economic analysis and strategic governance ... [+]

TRAINING, OBJECTIVES Understanding European models and their peculiarities in business Learn the basics of economic analysis and strategic governance Deepening the functioning of international financial markets and the foreign exchange market Assimilate the right tools, tax and international banking management Knowing how to manage the customer relationship, financial assets and heritage A JOB Responsible for corporate customers, banks and credit institutions Financial analyst Management control Corporate treasurer Portfolio Manager SYLLABUS

Internships:

Internship or mission in company 6 to 12 weeks in the first year and 12 weeks in 2nd year Or Alternation (contact us) ... [-]

Master European and International Private Banking (M2 EIPB)

IAE Nice Graduate School of Management
Campus Full time 370 hours September 2019 France Nice

This Masters, ranked 2nd of France in 2010, has been designed in partnership with the French Chamber of Foreign Trade. [+]

This Masters, ranked 2nd of France in 2010, has been designed in partnership with the French Chamber of Foreign Trade.

You are provided a strong professional approach to international management and the necessary know-how to:

Elaborate import/export international strategies; Develop foreign businesses; Prospect and develop international markets; Master the techniques of international logistics; Negotiate in an international and intercultural environment.

You acquire strong competencies in the international trade sector, but also in the technical, professional and academic practice of different languages: 70% of your courses are taught in English, 30% in French and a third language is mandatory.... [-]