Université Paris- Dauphine
Léonard de Vinci University Center
Avenue Léonard de Vinci
92400 Courbevoie - France
The MSc 203 is a global market finance program designed to train specialists in financial markets for front office employees in investment banks, investment and asset management firms, consultancies and insurance companies.
Targeting the most prominent financial firms in the world, we provide our students with an in-depth knowledge of the financial markets. An atypical skill set that is theoretical, quantitative and operational, which covers all existing products traded on these markets as of today: shares, interest rate instruments, exchange rates, raw materials… with a special focus on derivatives markets.
The heart of this international program (entirely taught in English) focuses on specific valuation and negotiation techniques, as well as practical investment strategies, arbitrage, hedging and risk management duties. Therefore, the MSc 203 emphasizes a high-level of financial training, which leads our students to be prepared for any profession linked to investments and financial instruments markets.
Trading, sales and structuring of financial instruments
Quantitative finance, pricing of financial assets and derivatives, development of financial business software, risk management, financial modelling for algorithmic trading
Origination, syndication, IPOs, structured finance, trade finance
Brokerage, sell-side financial analysis
Investment fund management, alternative management (arbitrage funds, raw materials investments, investments in unquoted shares), technical analysis, buy-side financial analysis
Risk analysis and management, asset management
Consulting in risk management, consulting for corporate and investment banks, development of information systems
Students admitted after a French licence, a Bachelor's degree, an engineering school, a business school, or a Master 1 completed in another university than Paris-Dauphine take the 2-year programme organised in 3 semesters of courses and 1 semester dedicated to the Master thesis and an internship. Professional integration can occur after completion of the 3rd semester.
Students admitted after completing the Finance major of the M1 in Management, an M1 in Economics or Mathematics take the 1-year programme organised in 2 semesters of courses. Professional integration can occur in May.
Graduates from a French Grande Ecole may be given access to the 1-year programme. This authorisation is granted by the Master's director during the admission process according to the student's profile.
The 2-year programme : 1 class semester + 1 internship + 1 master thesis + 2 class semesters + 1 internship
The 1-year programme : 2 class semesters + 1 internship
Students whose parents' fiscal residence is located outside France pay a flat tuition fee per year of €6 160 in 2017-2018.
Fees for continuing education are : 9270 euros with an individual funding and 12360 euros with an institutional funding.