This specialisation contains specific courses on finance and
insurance, teaching and input by professionals appropriate to each
track, and, in the case of the FI track, a common core shared with
other Master’s specialisations.
Most courses specific to the Finance and Insurance track are
common and share with Centrale Marseille.
A series of courses is taught by professionals from financial
institutions or insurance companies. The curriculum is organised in
such a way as to reinforce professional aspects,
- Oral presentations
- M2 taught in English
- Contacts with professionals
The Finance and Insurance (FI) track can be followed in
work/study mode. In this case, in addition to the internship, 5
full weeks between September and March will be spent in the
Admission to the second year of the Master’s (M2) is based on
scholastic record, after examination by the Head of Studies. All
students who have completed the first year of a Master in Economics
(M1) or an equivalent qualification are eligible to apply. Special
attention is paid to M1 results in the fundamental subjects that
are a pre-requisite to the chosen programme. Students who completed
their M1 at AMSE are thus particularly well placed to obtain
admission to the second year of the AMSE Master’s.
Preference is given to candidates having successfully completed
the AMSE M1. Degree-holders from other national or international
universities, either in economics and finance or in mathematics and
statistics, will also be considered.