Master's Degree in Corporate Finance in Ile-de-France in France

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Corporate Finance

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

The field of finance studies assets and liability in times of certainty and uncertainty. Corporate finance deals with how these ideas interact with the value of businesses and the structure of their capital gains.

France offers a superb higher education system to not only its citizens but also foreigners. The country's dynamic culture attracts foreign students and those interested in pursuing international courses. France has a tradition of scientific and technological innovation. This ensures that scholars fully utilize their creativity.

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Master in Economics, Data Analytics and Corporate Finance

École Polytechnique
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 France Paris

The Economics, Data Analytics and Corporate Finance program arms its students with the quantitative methodology and real-world experience required for a thorough economic training. Over the course of two years, the building up of students’ toolbox is put to use through up to nine months of industrial internships. [+]

Based on École Polytechnique’s world-class record of excellence in the applied sciences, the Economics, Data Analytics and Coporate Finance Graduate Degree offers you the unique opportunity to gain a complete, economics-based strategic understanding of new and transforming markets in 21st century industry.

Operating in a world of constant flux

With technology permeating every sector of the economy, the increasingly frantic pace of innovation can result in disruption at any level of industry. Corporate giants can suddenly find themselves on the decline, displaced by the meteoric rise of disruptive newcomers – see Uber and Airbnb’s similar impacts in their shake-up of the transport and hospitality sectors.... [-]