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The American University of Paris,
The Graduate School of Business
6, rue du Colonel Combes – |
75007 Paris, France
|Tel. No.||+33 (0)1 40 62 06 40|
|Fax No.||+33 (0)1 40 62 06 36|
|Courses||Master of Science in Finance MSF|
|Type of Programmes||full-time / part-time|
|Length of Programmes||One year|
|Date of commencement||Commencement: March 20, 2006 and October 10, 2006 |
Application Deadline: December 15, 2005
|Class size||20 – 25 students|
|Cost / Fees||Euros: 25.000|
|Student grants / Financial assistance||Qualified students may apply for educational U.S.-sponsored and other government guaranteed educational loans|
|Top recruiters of our graduates||Government institutions, Organisations, Companies and Financial Markets|
|Exchange partner schools/programmes||Baruch College / CUNY The City University of New York|
|Admission requirements||GMAT – Recommended – TOEFL – for non-native English speakers|
|Name of Course Director||Ali Fatemi|
|Contact person for applications||Ms. Maureen Gallois|
Special Features of this Program
• Students in this program benefit from training in the first LIVE ACADEMIC TRADING ROOM in France.
• Students are admitted twice a year to this Program. We are now considering applications for March and October 2006.
The reasons to apply to the MSF at the American University of Paris are compelling. We have assembled an outstanding faculty drawn from leading academic and financial institutions around the world.
Financial professionals are in strong demand, and our graduates will be well positioned to make immediate contributions while preparing to become the leaders of tomorrow.
The new MSF will develop financial professionals who will bring best practices in risk management, corporate finance and capital markets to the market place.
Now is the right time to study Finance. Advances in the internet and other information technology have caused the practice of finance to face unprecedented change. The ability to manage risk has become highly valuable. Investors need to balance between risk and return, financial institutions need to provide securities and services for customers to manage risk, and executives need to limit exposure to commodity prices and fluctuations in exchange rates.
Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris (AUP) is the oldest American Institution of higher learning in Europe.
Founder: Lloyd DeLamater
President: Gerardo della Paolera
For over twenty years, The American University of Paris has offered Bachelor Degrees in Economics, International Finance and International Business Administration through its Departments of Economics and International Business. AUP has graduated over 500 majors in these fields in the past several years alone.
In 2002, the Board of Trustees of this university decided to take AUP’s successful offering to a new level by envisioning a Graduate School of Business which would launch as its first Master’s Degree Program: The MSF in Finance. The Board then created “The Trustee Fund for the Advancement of Scholarship” to finance the groundwork for a state-of-the-art, leadership program.
44 Full-time professors
61 Part-time professors
80% of full-time faculty members hold a doctoral degree from the world's most distinguished graduate schools.
AUP faculty members represent 15 nationalities; all are at least bilingual.
Language of Instruction: English
AUP is an urban institution, and its campus is composed of 6 buildings centrally located in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, on the Left Bank, near the Eiffel Tower and the Seine.
The American University of Paris is accredited in the United States by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (3624, Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-2680, U.S.A | Tel: 215 662-5606 | website: http://www.msache.org
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