An MSc programme supported by the research chair CANDRIAM / KEDGE BS "Finance Reconsidered Addressing Sustainable Economic Development"
The MSc Sustainable Finance is supported by the research chair CANDRIAM / KEDGE “Finance Reconsidered: Addressing Sustainable Economic Development”. CANDRIAM is a European multi-specialist asset manager, pioneer and recognized leader in responsible investing.
Mastering finance with a sustainable and responsible approach
- Positioning of the Msc in an innovative, differentiating market
- Training professionals in the field of equity and asset management
- Ability to make decisions while mastering the issues of responsibility and sustainability
Enjoy an international and multi-campus curriculum
With the MSc Sustainable Finance programme, KEDGE gives students a background in international corporate finance with:
- Possibility to do a 4 to 6 month exchange with a partner university during your first year (M1)
- A full-time english curriculum in the second year (M2) at our Paris campus, taught by professors and lecturers working in France and abroad.
A cutting-edge faculty
- Team of professors known as experts in "Reconsidered Finance"
- External speakers (consultants, asset managers, investment fund managers and analysts, etc), leaders in their respective fields – giving you a theoretical and practical approach based on their experience.
Many partners recognize our expertise in the field
The MSc Sustainable Finance has a network of more than 40 partner companies (Axa Investment Managers, Caisse des dépots, Deloitte, Ecofi, Natixis CIB...) representing all sectors and careers in Finance in France and internationally. This helps streamline the search for internships in sustainable finance as well as in corporate finance, and facilitates the transition to the business world for students.
Innovative experiential approach
The MSc Sustainable Finance programme uses innovative teaching techniques focused on employability, mastery of tools and an international mindset :
- Classroom and corporate cases
- International workshops
- Career conferences
- Distance learning
- IT applications
- Experiential learning (computer games, business plans)
Financial expertise and practical knowledge of financial tools with a strategic perspective
With corporate strategy at its core, this training allows you to acquire expertise in financial practices and tools on :
- long-term financial management: financing structures and choices, financial and intangible valuation, capital market financing, etc.
- asset management: financial analysis and diagnosis, put into practice and familiarisation with IT tools such as Reuters, VBA, R ...
An extra-financial expertise that gives you a differentiating advantage
This sustainable finance course lets you acquire combined financial and non-financial expertise. This is often essential as financial careers move from mere asset management roles to those with a greater consideration of social issues in investment decisions and corporate financial choices. All MSc training streams include courses and lectures that deal with :
- investor responsibility
- extra-financial factors, and performance and impact factors in investing
International business finance skills
A comprehensive English programme with teachers, instructors and network of international partners lets you interact in a globalized economy with an open mind towards the local community and rest of the world.
Open to the world and focused on the real needs of the market in sustainable finance and corporate finance, the MSc Sustainable Finance program gives you a head start to make a difference. During the course, you’ll adopt a new point of view on finance as it is today, and what it will be tomorrow thanks to our innovative teaching approach.
A capacity to adapt to all sectors of the financial environment
Thanks to the multisectoral approach of this course, you’ll be able to work in financial careers at the micro, meso or macro-environmental scale withintertiary, industrial or financial companies, start-ups, micro-enterprises, SMEs, listed companies on the stock market and national or supranational entities.
The campus is located in the Lumière building, which adjoins the lively Cour Saint-Émilion neighbourhood in Bercy Village, in the 12th arrondissement.