Bachelor in Finance

Business school

Bachelor in Finance


Graduates of Bachelor’s Degree in Finance are career-ready professionals who undertake positions in financial industry including commercial banks, investment companies, or insurance companies. They are equipped with strong theoretical and practical base, which allows them to analyze, assess, and make decisions regarding financial funds of their clients.

Admission Requirements
Tunisian or French Baccalaureate or an equivalent degree; Admission tests administered by APBS. Apply for an Admission

Skills Acquired
The Bachelor of Finance program’s objective is to provide students with the theoretical understanding and practical skills necessary to evaluate and direct decisions regarding the allocation of financial resources among a variety of competing opportunities with the goal of maximizing the value of the resources being managed.

Professional perspectives
The duties of financial managers vary with their specific titles, which include Financial Controller, Treasurer, Finance Officer, Credit Manager, Cash Manager, Risk and Insurance Manager, and Manager of global banking.

Further Studies
Master of science in finance, MBA.


Semester 1

  •  Management principles 1
    – Financial accounting 1
    – Introduction to law
    – Mathematics I : Analysis
    – Microeconomics
    – Financial mathematics
    – C2I 1
    – English 1

Semester 2

  • Management principles 2
    – Financial accounting 2
    – Macroeconomics
    – Mathematics 2 : Algebra
    – Descriptive statistics and probablility
    – Commercial corporate law
    – C2I 2
    – English 2

Semester 3

  • Management fundamentals
    – Management accounting
    – Marketing fundamentals
    – Career conferences
    – Engish 3
    – Entrepreneurship
    – Taxation
    – Inferential statistics

Semester 4

  • Human ressources management fundamentals
    – Financial diagnostic
    – Production Management
    – Methodology of Elaboration of an internship report
    – English 4
    – Communicatioin techniques
    – Practical practice firm
    – Theorical practice firm
    – Introduction to business economy
    – Conferences and readings


Semester 5

  • International Financial management
    – Financial institutions management
    – Econometrics applied to finance
    – Portfolio management
    – Elaboration and validation of the internship report
    – English 5
    – Presentation of technical and professional documents
    – Practical practice firm
    – Theorical practice firm
    – International payments
    – Financial Markets and Asset Evolution

Semester 6

  • Financial engineering and financial operations
    – Financial policies of the company
    – Management control
    – Tutored project
    – English 6
    – IT
    – Practical practice firm
    – Theorical practice firm
    – Financial and actuarial techniques
    – Financial statement analysis