Economics & Finance Division
Training in economics and finance, largely taught in English, is featured in all programs, from the bachelor's and MBA programs to Executive Education, and across all TBS sites:
- Specialized Master's in Banking and Financial Engineering (registered in the National Directory of Professional Certifications - Level 1)
- Specialized Master's in Asset Management
- Specalized Master's in Financial Engineering and Models
- Professional options withing the Advanced Finance path of the Masters in Management program:
- Toulouse campus
- Banking and Corporate Finance
- Banking and Financial Markets
- Sustainable Business (taught in English)
- Barcelona campus
- Financial Management
The Economics and Finance Division also offers advanced academic and professional programs specially designed for students who intend to practice finance in a bank, insurance company, or other financial institutions, or in connection with financial markets (i.e. investment funds, private equity firms, corporate finance consulting firms):
The division has 15 faculty members, in addition to affiliated professors and senior professionals, both French and international, who are active within major financial institutions. This team provides students with both theoretical and professional training in the concepts and tools of modern finance, and it guides future managers through the process of understanding and mastering complex and changing economic and financial environments. Students can also gain firsthand experience with stock market tools in our specialized trading room.
Research professors in the Economics and Finance Division are all very active in research, and are part of the Financial Economics research group. Research results are presented at international conferences and published in books and top international academic journals.
Business Law Division
A diverse knowledge of legal matters is essential in today's business world. The Business Law Division offers core courses taught in the final year of the Bachelor's in Management program which educate students in the various disciplines of business law, including contract law, labor law, and commercial law.
The division also offers students the opportunity to consider law as a management tool in its own right in the Specialized Master's in Judicial Business Management.
The division includes five research professors and lawyers and specializing in business law.
Research professors in this division are part of the IRDEIC research group at the University of Toulouse 1.