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Master’s Degree (M2) in Finance, Track: Finance and Information Technology

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Nature
Program delivering a degree
Diplôme national
Year of highschool graduation
Bac + 5
Length of studies
1 year
Accessible as
Initial Training

Specificities


In your opinion, what are the strengths of the master in finance taught at IAE
Toulouse?


"Four significant points distinguish the training in the Master in Finance:
  • A constantly evolving curriculum
  • Varied teaching methods
  • World-renowned scientific quality
  • An essential balance between theory and practice"

Christophe BISIÈRE

Professor of Finance
Head of the finance department

Goals


The Master in “Finance and Information Technology” (FIT) provides students with skills in both finance and financial IT.

This Master provides advanced training to future multi-skilled financial professionals with strong technical knowledge. The programme includes theoretical and practical courses in corporate and market finance as well as interdisciplinary courses in IT decision support technology and tools (Business Intelligence). By the end of their master, students will have a strong finance expertise with a good knowledge of main decision support tools in Finance. This will allow students to get jobs in many areas including interdisciplinary jobs such as ERP finance functional consultant, business consultant in finance, or IT-finance project manager.

The content and teaching on this Master is provided by a team of highly reputed professors, with international teaching experience at such prestigious institutions as Princeton University, University of Warwick, University of Oxford, Georgia State University, HEC Paris, University of California Santa Barbara, New York University, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Wharton School. In addition, numerous courses are taught by professionals from multinational firms and financial institutions whose expertise makes this a truly exceptional programme.

To ensure a smooth transition into their future career, students in the Master have access to a dedicated computer room, equipped with some of the leading software used in business practice (@Risk, SAS, SAP, Business Objects, etc.).

Targeted skill(s)


By the end of the Master in Finance, students will be able to:
  • know basic institutional and regulatory framework of finance in organisations and markets
  • understand the conceptual foundations and analytical methods in finance
  • apply analytical methods in finance to solve practical problem encountered by corporations, financial institutions and markets
  • critically assess the drivers of contemporary financial issues
  • incorporate ethical dimension and implications for sustainability in financial decisions
  • communicate effectively in oral and written form
  • work in team
  • solve complex problems

Students pursuing the track Finance and Information Technology (FIT) will also learn to:
  • analyse from a functional standpoint an ERP implementation or upgrade project and provide support to the project
  • design and implement Business Intelligence systems to support financial decisions
  • design, implement or update a feature-rich financial application

Research centers partnerships


The Master benefits from the vibrant scientific environment of the University Toulouse Capitole.

Faculty teaching in the programme are renowned researchers from the CRM (Centre de Recherche en Management – UMR CNRS 5303), the IDEI (Institut d’Economie Industrielle), and the TSE (Toulouse School of Economics). The seminars and conferences organized in these research centers are an integral part of the curriculum.

Institution partnerships


This Master is a programme in partnership with the IAE Toulouse School of Management and Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).

Business partnerships


Since 2002, the following organizations have participated in the curriculum and / or provided internships:

Airbus, Alcatel Space, Astrium, Atos, Banexi Ventures Partners, Banque de France, Banque Courtois, BNP Paribas, BPCE, Caisse des dépôts et Consignations, Calyon, Cap Gemini, Crédit Agricole, CIC, Crédit Mutuel, Dassault System, Dexia Asset Management, EADS, EDF, HSBC, LCL, EuroMTS, Euronext, Eurosport International, Finance Conseil, Lipton Informatique Conseil, KPMG, Logica, Morgan Stanley, Motorola, Natixis, Murex, Omnium Finance, Pierre Fabre, Renault, Société Générale, SGAM, Siemens VDO Automotive, Sopra Group, Steria, Talan, Thales Avionique, Valuego…
Teaching languages
The programme is taught entirely in English.
Prerequisites for enrolment
Bac + 4

Required former training


The Master welcomes students with management, economics and engineering backgrounds.

Students come mainly from the Master 1 Finance, Master 1 TSE, and INSA engineering school.
 

Admission conditions


  • Students who have been awarded the 60 credits at the end of the first year of the Master in Finance at IAE Toulouse can continue directly into the second year.
  • Students who have been awarded the 60 credits at the end of the first year of a Master at the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) can enroll in the second year of this Master, subject to their application being examined and a possible admissions interview.
  • Students who have passed the first year of another Master or graduate with an engineering degree, a degree from a business School or any other degree considered to be equivalent, can enroll in the second year of this Master, following examination of their academic record and an interview.

Register


Click below to apply for 2017-2018 academic year:

http://www.iae-toulouse.fr/en/master-2-applications

General organization of studies


Semester 1


UE1 - Asset pricing
UE2 - Corporate Finance
UE3 - Information Technology for Finance
UE4 - Financial Econometrics
UE5 - Economics for Finance
UE6 - Financial Information Systems
UE7 - Business Intelligence for Finance
UE8 - Information Technology for Finance II
UE9 - Financial Reporting
UE10 - Financial Computing

Semester 2
In order to obtain your Master 2, you must validate a professional experience of at least 6 months that can take the form of an internship or a job contract. You must also write a report to analyze your professional responsibilities and present your contributions.

What next?

Career Opportunities
JOB OPPORTUNITIES

SAP Finance functional consultant, IT system consultant in Finance, Business Analyst, project manager, Financial IT manager.

PREFERRED SECTORS

Consulting firms, IT service industry, merchant and investment banks, large companies...
 

Additional Information


Field trip to London

Master students back from visiting finance companies in London (BNP Paribas, Bloomberg…); December 2016:

Field trip to London

Course directors


"The Master in Finance and IT is designed to provide students with advanced finance skills together with complementary training in financial information systems and business intelligence software that are widely used in the financial industry. These skills also apply to non-financial corporations as well. Career gateways include project management assistance, auditing and business consulting in financial services."



Christophe BISIÈRE
Professor of Finance
Programme director

Contact the admission office

Elodie PEREZ
master2.finance@iae-toulouse.fr

TSM - Toulouse School of Management

Date of update March 3, 2017


Useful information :

TSM - Toulouse School of Management
2 rue du Doyen Gabriel Marty
31042 Toulouse cedex 9

Phone. : (+33) 05 61 63 56 00
Fax : (+33) 05 61 63 56 56
On the Internet

Internships :

At the end of the programme, students will undertake a compulsory internship in a company during 6 months.

Statistics :

  • 50% find a job right after their 6-month internship
  • 93% find a job in less than 6 months, 100% in less than a year
  • Average net wage: 2,520 € / month (top 25% nationwide)
  • 20% have a job abroad
(Source: 2014, cohort M2 Finance 2012)

Contact University: +33(0)5.61.63.35.00

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