Advanced Master in Finance
Students have to choose a specialisation that reflects their personal and professional objectives.
Once their coursework is completed, students must undertake a four-month minimum internship and write a professional thesis. Classes are taught both in French and in English.
Proficiency in French is required.
This full-time curriculum is spread over one year divided into 3 terms as follows:
- 2 terms of intensive courses: September to December; January to April. including 15 weeks on ESCP Europe's campus in London.
- 1 term of professsionalisation from April to December: a company placement of at least 4 months and a professional thesis defended orally to a committee between early November and mid-December the year following the September intake.
The alumni network from both the Advanced Master in Finance and ESCP Europe as a whole fosters strong links to financial institutions.
Alumni who are leading experts in international finance regularly deliver lectures and presentations and thus share their wealth of knowledge with current students and play an important role in their job search.