ADMISSION TO THE AM IN INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ANALYSIS PROGRAMME

The Advanced Masters in International Financial Analysis is intended for students or professionals from financial departments in all types of industries who want to specialise or earn a dual-skills degree.

We select enthusiastic participants who want to acquire hard skills in financial analysis and enhance their soft skills (creativity, leadership). We help them cultivate their particular qualities that set them apart and develop their ability to learning and be creative. We also put emphasis on their personal development, their communication skills and their critical-thinking abilities. We look for the right balance between technical skills, soft skills, ethics and sustainability.

  • Engineering degree certified by the French Commission of Engineering Certifications (CTI list),
  • Degree from a management school certified to issue the national level of Master (CEFDG list),
  • 3-year degree certified by the university authorities (DEA, DESS, Master...) or a professional diploma equivalent to a 5-year university degree,
  • 1-year master’s degree or a 4-year university degree with a minimum of 3 years of professional experience,
  • Level-7 RNCP certification (FR),
  • International degree equivalent to the required French degrees noted above.

By way of derogation, with a 40% limit of the overall headcount following the ADVANCED MASTERS programme:

  • 30% maximum of programme headcount
    • M1 level validated or equivalent without professional experience
    • L3 degree with proven adapted experience of a minimum of 3 years.
  • 20% maximum of the programme headcount
    • On-the-job skills acquisition validation - 10 years minimum of professional experience (excluding internships, gap year, initial work-study courses).

APPLY IN 2 STEPS

1 - Application

You fill out the application online. It must include the requested documents: CV, covering letter, academic transcripts from the last two academic years and a certificate of your level of English (a score equivalent to CECR level B2).

The selection jury will judge the applicants admissibility after studying their application.

The application must be finalised no later than 10 days before the date of the interview.

2- Admissions interviews

The applicants who are declared admissible after studying their application then have a motivational interview.

The motivational interview take place twice per month from January to July 2020 according to the calendar below.

Definitive acceptance is announced to each applicant after these two steps and within 7 days following their interview date.

Dates of admissions interviews for the academic year starting in the month of October 2020.