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Droit, Economie, Gestion

Master parcours Financial economics

  • ECTS

    120 crédits

  • Composante

    Ecole d'économie de la Sorbonne (EES)

  • Langue(s) d'enseignement

    Anglais

Présentation

The  "parcours M2 Financial Economics"  was created in 1976 (DEA then master Monnaie Banque Finance). It switched to an international program fully in English language in 2016. The "M2 Financial Economics" trains future researchers and high profile executives in the fields of Central Banking, Banking and Finance. It is a unique training by cutting edge applied econometrics research which leads to expertise in a well-balanced mix of three skills: Monetary Economics, Finance and Data Science. This mix constrasts with alternative diplomas only concentrating on each of these specific skills.

It includes at least four applied projects done by groups of two students (credit scoring, asset pricing, panel data, multivariate time series) using any of these four softwares: Stata, SAS, Python or R. From 1st of September until 15th of May, each student is supervised for his Research Master Thesis using applied econometrics. An optional training period (with "convention de stage") lasts from 15t of May until 30th of November.

Finally, the M2 Financial Economics successfully prepares students willing to do a PhD to competitive exams for obtaining PhD grants (contrats doctoraux) in French or Foreign Universities starting in June. Over the last 6 years, 21 students (3.5 per year) engaged into a PhD: 13 in Paris 1 University, 8 others in Washington Univ, King's college London, Maastricht, Cairo, Namur, Dauphine and two in Evry-Saclay.

The teaching team includes Sorbonne and Paris School of Economics Professors in Finance and Monetary Economics as well as experts from banks (for example Patrick Artus) and from Banque de France. The three pillars of this training by research (Monetary economics, Finance, Econometrics) allows former students to have access to a super-large spectrum of jobs in Central Banks, International Financial Institutions, Banks and Insurance Companies in France or abroad. See the alumni linkedin group:

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8746514/

Recent surveys by ORIVE available on Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne website mention a median salary ("primes incluses") of 2900 Euros two years after graduation of the M2 Financial Economics.

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Objectifs

The "M2 Financial Economics" trains future researchers and high profile executives in the fields of Central Banking, Banking and Finance.

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Savoir faire et compétences

It trains by research for acquiring knowledge and skills using applied econometrics (time series, scoring, panel data) on market finance, corporate finance, banking, central banking and international financial macroeconomics, at the frontier of current research.

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Organisation

Programme

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Master 1 Monnaie, Banque, Finance, Assurance

  • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

    • UE1 : Economie

      16 crédits
      • Econométrie appliquée MBFA

        54h
      • LV1

        2 crédits18h
      • Macroéconomie monétaire

        36h
      • Microéconomie : risques et comportements

        36h
    • UE2 : Monnaie-Banque-Finance-Assurance

      14 crédits
      • Corporate finance

        36h
      • Economics of Banking

        18h
      • Economie de l'assurance

        18h
      • Financial market

        54h
  • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

    • UE1 : Monnaie-Banque-Finance-Assurance

      18 crédits
      • International finance

        36h
      • LV1

        2 crédits18h
      • Mutations financières et politiques monétaires

        54h
      • Produits dérivés et gestion des risques

        54h
    • UE2 : Finances quantitative

      12 crédits
      • Econométrie financière

        54h
      • Finance quantitative sous VBA

        21h
      • Options

        • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 3

          • Analyse financière

            36h
          • Applied Data Science in Finance (Python)

            4 crédits36h
          • Options autre mention

            • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 8

              • Crise et répartition

                36h
              • Economie des territoires

              • European integration

              • Firmes multinationales

                36h
              • Industrial Economics

              • Sociologie des institutions

                36h
              • Sociologie politique, sociologie du pouvoir et des conflits

                36h
              • Topics in environmental economics

                36h

Master 2 Financial economics

  • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 1

    • UE1 Fundamental

      30 crédits
      • Applied Econometrics

        18h
      • Asset Pricing

        18h
      • European Economic Policy

        3 crédits18h
      • Financial Econometrics

        18h
      • Financial Innovation

        18h
      • Financial market microstructure

        18h
      • International Macroeconomics

        6 crédits36h
      • Master Thesis Seminar

        3 crédits18h
      • Strategic asset allocation

        18h
  • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

    • UE1 Advanced

      • Applied Econometrics 2

      • Behavorial finance

        18h
      • Financial regulation

        18h
      • Monetary and Financial Macroeconomics

        3 crédits18h
      • Option à choix

        • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

          • PhD track : Writing PhD Proposal

            36h
          • Topics in macroeconomics

            3 crédits18h
    • UE2 Internship & Master thesis

      • Internship

        2 crédits
      • Master thesis

        18h

Admission

Modalités d'inscription

- Dossier de candidature à déposer sur l’application eCandidat  : http://ecandidat.univ-paris1.fr/ecandidat/
- Pour les étudiants internationaux non européens concernés par la procédure CEF (Centre pour Etudes en France), dossier de candidature à déposer entre novembre et mars sur http://www.campusfrance.org
Dates limites de candidatures : http://www.pantheonsorbonne.fr/ufr/economics-department-ufr02/candidatures-2020-2021/

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Pré-requis nécessaires

- Etudiants issus du M1 Monnaie Banque Finance Assurance (M1 MBFA) de l’université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.
- Etudiants issus d’un M1 d’économie ou de gestion des autres universités.
- Etudiants titulaires d’un niveau bac + 4 validé en France ou à l’étranger (240 ECTS).

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Et après

Poursuite d'études

The M2 Financial Economics successfully prepares students willing to do a PhD to competitive exams for obtaining PhD grants (contrats doctoraux) in French or Foreign Universities starting in June. Over the last 6 years, 21 students (3.5 per year) engaged into a PhD: 13 students in Paris 1 University (60%), 8 other students (40%) respectively in Washington University, King's College London, Maastricht, Namur, Cairo, Dauphine and two in Evry-Saclay universities.

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Insertion professionnelle

Alumnis had access to a wide varety of jobs in Central Banks, International Financial Institutions, Banks and Insurance Companies in France or abroad. See the alumni linkedin group:

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8746514/

Recent surveys by ORIVE available on Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne website mention a median salary ("primes incluses") of 2900 Euros two years after graduation of the M2 Financial Economics.

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