The program curriculum is designed to provide students with the in-depth perspective and the analytical tools to flourish in financial services and corporate finance positions. Internship course is optional but is strongly encouraged.
The program requires 35 graduate credits plus a 6-credit thesis, with a total of 41 credits. The standard load is 3-4 courses per semester.

Double Degree Program

The Master Program of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance is collaborated with NEOMA Business School in France for Double Degree Program. Students participate the program and complete the academic requirement by both NTPU and NEOMA BS will receive diplomas of “Master Program of Business Administration in Finance” from NTPU and “Master in Management” specialized in Corporate Finance from NEOMA BS.

Master in Management,
Corporate Finance, NEOMA BS

Master of Business Administration
in Finance, NTPU

NTPU students are required to finish their first year of study and find thesis advisors at NTPU before exchanging to NEOMA BS for their second year of study. After completing their thesis during the second year, they have to return to NTPU to fulfil the requirements for oral defense of their Master Degree thesis. 

Curricula for the Double Degree Program in NTPU and NEOMA: (The courses are subject to change with different academic year)

Year 1 @ NTPU

Year 2 @ NEOMA BS


17 credits

  • Literacy of Financial Ethics + Business Ethics and Sustainable Development (can be waived if select the course “Ethical and Sustainable Finance” at NEOMA BS)
  • Financial Institute Management
  • Financial Management
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Investments
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Mandarin I & II



60 ECTs


6 of the courses

(24 ECTs = 12 credits) will be incorporate into NTPU’s transcript

  • Ethical and Sustainable Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Risk Management and Derivatives
  • Applied Financial Programming
  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Valuation
  • Shape your career
  • Leadership Seminar
  • Cash Management
  • Corporate Restructuring
  • Debt Instruments
  • Digital Finance (Finance 2.0)
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Private Equity & Early Stage Capital
  • Final Simulation
  • Dissertation


9 credits

  • 1 management and 2 finance electives from the course lists

Responsibilities of participating students:

Students are responsible for:

  • Applying for and obtaining the appropriate visa (host institution to provide necessary institutional documents);
  • Applying for and obtaining appropriate insurance;
  • Complying with the same academic and disciplinary/conduct rules and regulations as other students attending NEOMA BS, in addition to adhering to the NTPU’s standards of conduct; each institution shall have the right (with appropriate process) to terminate a particular student at any time for reasonable cause.

In addition, students:

  • Have the rights, responsibilities and privileges enjoyed by other students at the NEOMA BS;
  • Be entitled to participate in any introductory or orientation courses or programs that may customarily be arranged for international students at NEOMA BS.

Costs during the exchanging year:

Tuition at NTPU
Traveling & Living Costs at NEOMA BS, France
  • Basic tuition 21,320 + Credit fee 17,880
    = 39,200 / each semester

  • Exchange students are also eligible to apply for scholarship from the Program Office
  • No tuition fee required from NEOMA BS
  • International travel and travel in France
  • Accommodation and meal expenses
  • Medical insurance and medical expenses
  • Textbooks, equipment, clothing and personal expenses
  • Passport and visa costs
  • Non-compulsory incidental fees
  • All other debts incurred during or relating to the period of exchange



The program office will review the documents submitted by the applicants to decide the final list of recommendation to NEOMA BS.

For details about the requirements, and to apply for the Double Degree Programme, please consult the program office.


Information For students from NEOMA BS