The Bloomberg Trading Room
Known as one of the most remarkable trade centres among French business schools, this room is equipped with 12 triple screen stations and wall screens broadcasting financial news continuously. It can accommodate up to 25 students at a time and is often a hive of activity. Bloomberg provides a large volume of information and real data, the same as that used by professionals and operators in trading rooms and banks.
The Master of Science Climate Change & Corporate Finance is based on a combination of learning-by-doing activities, projects and challenges. You will be able to conduct field-work projects, attend professional conferences, collaborate with other institutions, and participate in the organisation of a clean tech event.
This programme is in the Top 3 best European programmes combining Climate Change and Finance.
Advanced Corporate Finance
The modern corporation has a very efficient and effective means of raising capital, obtaining needed resources and generating products and services.
Applied Quantitative Methods
Time-series analysis and cash flow management, economic analysis of financial markets (Bale III, Fixed income, Carbon Finance Market, rating).
Financial Strategy & Reporting
Provides theoretical and analytical knowledge required in making financial policy decisions on what projects and other business activities a firm should invest in; analysis of financial statements.
Green Chrono Diagnosis
In groups of four to six students, you will prepare a strategic diagnosis of a company quoted in France or abroad (equity research report and M&A report).
Green Equity & Green Bonds
Defining bond pricing and volatility, effect of interest shift; credit rating and ESG rating on risk premium; equity pricing, volatility, MSCI Index, Bloomberg use for equity performance tracking.
Merger and Acquisition
Strategic context regarding mergers & acquisitions from an international perspective. It includes an overview of corporate restructuring through analysis of M&As, overview of causes of financial distress, key indicators, crisis management and solutions.
Research methods for business students and preparation for writing a dissertation.
Preparation and training for the CFA certification Level 1 & 2.
Cleantech and Cleanfunds Challenge
Students compete in cross-functional teams combining technical and business skills. The objective is to identify and reward innovative clean technology ideas that have been taken from a concept phase to a stage in which they would ideally attract Series A funding or otherwise be self-sustainable.
Green Investment Strategy & Portfolio Management
Diversification for firms, creation of portfolio, "bootcamp style" analysis, valuation, expectations.
Financing Climate Change Action
Limiting climate change to well below 2°C requires a major shift in investment patterns towards low-carbon, climate resilient options. Achieving this goal will require policies that involve unprecedented economic, social and technological transformation, as economies shifting towards low-carbon and climate-resilient (LCR) infrastructure investments.
Socially Responsible Investment and Financial Analysis
The financial analysis of a company is a process of selecting, evaluating, and interpreting financial data, along with other pertinent information, in order to formulate an assessment of the company's present and future financial condition and performance. We can use financial analysis to evaluate the efficiency of a company's operations, its ability to manage expenses, the effectiveness of its credits policies and its creditworthiness, among other things. Introduction to the theory and application of consolidated financial statements taking an IFRS approach; key concepts of financial analysis and management of international groups. We also include ESG risk mapping, sustainability strategy, SRI involvement and corporate non-financial reporting.
Meeting with professionals in the banking industry, financial and market industry.
Students have the exclusive opportunity to attend financial and investment conferences specific to their interests.
100% English taught
Small class size
September - July
Tuition fees for the MSc Climate Change & Corporate Finance is €14,000. This rate is guaranteed throughout your course and is all-inclusive covering tuition, academic support, campus facilities, conferences and field trips.
For the September 2023 intake we are offering 29 merit-based scholarships for talented students coming from all around the world.
The sooner you apply, the greater your chances
80% of the scholarships will be distributed proportionately from the 15th of December 2022 to the 15th of April 2023 throughout a monthly assessment made by International Development Division. The residual 20% will be allocated between the 15th of April to the 15th of June on a rolling basis.
Calendar of scholarships will be as follows:
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Graduates of MSc Climate Change & Corporate Finance will be able to hold various positions, internationally, in the fields of corporate finance and market finance in investment institutions and banks, such as:
Senior Auditor, KPMG
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