Bachelor’s of Finance

October
Initial training
High School diploma or Higher
French
9 000€

OVERVIEW
Of the Bachelor’s of Finance

The finance profession inscreasingly requires specific skills and requires its actors to demonstrate a level of adaptability and multidisciplinarity that current trainings do not offer.

 

The Bachelor’s of Finance offers to fill this gap by providing:

  • Comprehensive content regarding the fundamentals of finance
  • All the tools to take advantage of and adapt to the environment and its changes with exceptional agility
  • An immediate and continuous professional immersion that lasts throughout the entire course
  • A degree of maturity and entrepreneurial spirit equaled by no other graduates
  • All the specialised professional qualifications and certifications that are usually reserved to professionals

 

TRAINING COURSE OBJECTIVES:

To train actors who have theoretical knowledge, the agility and necessary method for rapid insertion into all financial environments.

 

The Bachelor’s of Finance not only offers deep technical content; it also teaches students to think critically. This will allow them to understand, anticipate and manage complex situations, in which technical challenges are added to political and societal ones.

 

WHO IS THE BACHELOR’S OF FINANCE FOR?

Students that have reached the Bac/Bac + 1 levels and who wish to start a career in finance

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM

The Bachelor’s of Finance program encompasses different modules:

  • English (language and international culture module) 30 hours
  • Chinese (language and international culture module) 30 hours
  • Arabic (language and international culture module) 30 hours
  • International Culture (language and international culture module) 70 hours
  • General Accounting (accounting module) 80 hours
  • Cost Accounting (module accounting) 70 hours
  • Administrative Law (law module) 50 hours
  • Insurance Law (law module) 20 hours
  • Banking Law (law module) 30 hours
  • Banking and Insurance Regulation (regulation) 100 hours
  • Statistics (analysis module) 60 hours
  • Probability (analysis module) 50 hours
  • Maths applied to Finance (analysis module) 40 hours
  • Corporate Finance (eponym) 100 hours
  • Marketing (creation mudle) 20 hours
  • Society Creation (creation module) 80 hours
  • General Economics (history of economic thinking) 30 hours
  • Macroeconomics (economics module) 20 hours
  • Certification Preparation (accounting, accounting expertise, risk management, finance) 200 hours
  • Governance 50 hours
  • Project management 80 hours
  • Change management 20 hours

 

BACHELOR’S OF FINANCE TEACHING METHOD:

General method: a 50/50 division between projects and courses in year 1, then 70/30 in the following two years, taking into consideration that the third year includes preparation for certificates.

Course Structure: All courses are available online, as well as all the necessary references. Students can benefit from full support from the teachers in order to focus on essential issues.

Project Structure: Each project is a real case study, which can be made anonymous for legal reasons. The Bachelor’s of Finance Project is typically divided into three phases:

  1. Preparation phase: during which students receive the project plan, context and objectives.
  2. Project Creation phase: uses a theoretical basis and places the student in the professional environment for which they are preparing themselves.
  3. Project completion, report and assessment phase: at the end of this phase comes the assessment knowledge acquired from the various modules, representing both the theoretical part of the project and all its practical aspects.

 

 

TEACHING STAFF

There are three types of profiles, not mutually exclusive, corresponding to three distinct phases:

 

·         Contributors who write courses and theoretical notes, which serve as a basis for projects and lectures. The courses of the Bachelor’s of Finance are regularly enriched and updated: this is performed by professionals and academics.

·         Lecturers who provide theoretical teaching (mathematics, accounting, etc.): They are professionals and academics, with significant experience in teaching and animation. They are the ambassadors of the school and, as such, must make all the subjects attractive so that the student perceives the added value in the long term.

 

Project leaders: these are typically experienced professionals who are trained in management, communication and animation techniques, who come to share real experiences aimed at preparing students for the practical application of their skills and the open-mindedness they will need to shine in their careers.
 

 

CAREER PERSPECTIVES
After the Bachelor’s of Finance

After the Bachelor’s of Finance, students can work in the following areas:

 

·         Project management

·         Change management

·         Audit

·         Taxation

·         Accounting

·         Finance

·         Risk management

·         Insurance

·         Market professions

·         Startup foundation

·         Regulation

·         Consulting

·         Corporate finance

 

 

 

REQUIREMENTS

The School offers the possibility, for all of its courses, to apply online throughout the whole year: spanning from January to December.

 

The selection of candidates is performed by application file (CV and application question form) followed by an interview.