BACHELOR IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

National diploma in association with the University of Lille
Law, Economics and Management degree, Honours in Economics and Management

 

FOR WHO?

For integration into Bachelor 1

Have obtained a diploma equivalent to the French Baccalaureate in country of origin. Very good foundation in mathematics and economics are required.

For integration into Bachelor 2 or 3

Have validated a first or second year of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in one of the following fields: management, economics


WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE?

  • Better understand the challenges of the world in which we live through the economy
  • Acquire theoretical knowledge related to economics
  • Be able to rigorously resolve economic and financial issues
  • Develop autonomy, initiative and analytical skills
  • Have the widest possible range of directions after the degree
  • Because the Economics and Finance degree is demanding and trains executives with a strategic vision, an ability to decipher the complexity of the changing economic and financial world and to make good decisions.

SUCCESS RATE 2020

76% Bachelor year 1
96% Bachelor year 2
100% Bachelor year 3

COURSES

Bachelor year 1

Semester 1ECTS
Fundamental subjects24 credits
Introduction au droit de l’entreprise3
Statistiques – Initiation à Excel2
Comptabilité financière2
Initiation à la pensée économique3
Comptabilité nationale3
Entreprise et vie économique + Approche du monde du travail3
Théories des organisations2
Mathématiques appliquées à l’économie2
Anglais4
Optional courses6

 

Semester 2ECTS
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Monnaie /Banque / Finance3
Fondements de la Microéconomie4,5
Anglais4
Macroéconomie3
Entreprise et vie économique3
Approche du monde du travail – Statistiques3
Mathématiques appliquées à l’économie2
Comptabilité financière2
Organisation juridictionnelle et institutions européennes1,5
Optional courses4

Bachelor year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
Fundamental subjects26 credits
International economics3,5
La monnaie3,5
Anglais4
Histoire de la pensée économique2
Corporate Social Responsibility4
Mathématiques appliquées à l’économie3,5
Statistiques3,5
Approche du monde du travail et rapport de stage2
Optional courses4

 

Semester 4ECTS
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Macroéconomie et conjoncture4
Analyse microéconomique4
Gestion des coûts4
Anglais4
Mathématiques appliquées à l’économie2
Statistiques3
Initiation aux calculs financiers3
Introduction to intercultural Management2
Optional courses4

Bachelor year 3

Semester 5ECTS
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Analyse de données3
Analyse financière4
Macroéconomie approfondie (financière)4
Fiscalité d’entreprise3
Risk Theory2
Anglais4
Approfondissement de la demande2
Initiation à la programmation2
Approche du monde du travail et stage2
Optional courses4

 

Semester 6ECTS
Fundamental subjects26 credits
Analyse de la croissance4
Économétrie4
Anglais4
Théorie des marchés financiers4
Produits dérivés et structurés4
Investment Appraisal3
Approche du monde du travail et Projet d’initiative3
Optional courses4

1 HEALTH EDUCATION UNIT (OPTIONAL)

FGES and the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery offer the option of a “health” teaching unit in Bachelor 1.

This course is intended for students wishing to enter the second year of Medicine or Midwifery at the Faculty of Medicine & Midwifery.

For this, it is necessary to:

  • validate Bachelor year in the 1st session (without catching up) and validate the 10 ECTS credits associated with subjects in the Health minor
  • submit an application (cover letter, transcripts, etc.) to take the admission tests

More info

Course Materials

  • Term 1 (6 credits): physics/biophysics, chemistry/biochemistry, data and statistics, embryology/histology, anatomy and human & social sciences
  • Term 2 (4 credits): cell biology, genetics, pharmacology, human & social sciences

4 optional courses

1 INTERNSHIP EACH YEAR

  • 1st Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, practical mission, minimum of 4 weeks
  • 2nd Year of Bachelor’s degree: internship or fixed-term contract, mission in customer relation, minimum of 4 weeks
  • 3rd Year of Bachelor’s degree: : internship or fixed-term contract, mission related to the course of studies, minimum of 6 weeks

AFTER THE DEGREE?

After the Degree, our students go on to a Masters Degree in management, accounting, banking management, digital commerce, law and wealth management, management control…

During an internship in a company during high school, I discovered the supply chain and purchasing sectors which I really liked. This experience was decisive in the choice of my studies. I chose the Economics and Finance bachelor’s degree, on the one hand for its multidisciplinarity, and on the other because it offered the political science course which greatly interested me.
Moreover, in addition to the good reputation of the university, it is a course which offers good professional prospects and many outlets. It was very important for me that my course did not close doors to me, as I didn’t have a specific professional direction. For my part, this degree allowed me to acquire a solid foundation in economics, as well as to develop thoroughness and precision in my work. I had the chance to work with teachers and managers with a good pedagogical approach who listened to everyone.
After my degree, I would like to enter Science Po Paris or an IEP in order to achieve a master’s degree in international relations or European affairs

The interest of the Economics and Finance degree programme is the variety of courses offered, allowing not only to acquire a solid foundation in economics, but also to discover other disciplines such as accounting or management, and thus to keep a wide choice of possible courses open for a masters.
Having interests other than the economy, I really appreciated the opening subjects.
Thanks to its moderate size, the advantage of being a student at the FGES is the accompaniment and support available for our professional direction, with an administration and teachers who know us and listen to us.
I completed the 3rd year of my bachelor’s degree in Seoul, as part of a university exchange which allowed me to meet other students from all over the world, and maintaining these contacts can always prove to be useful in the future.
I also took advantage of this exchange to do my Bachelor 3 internship in Seoul.
Today doing a “Development Economics” Masters at the Sorbonne, I am positive that the degree in Economics and Finance gave me the solid foundation required to continue my studies in economics and other useful knowledge to help me stand out from other students.

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