International Property Management / Front Office (formerly GIF) [Master GIP (Front)]


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Objectives

This course called property management aims at training wealth managers and specialists ofproperty engineering,capable of being operational within all financial institutions (such as private banks, financial societies...) or to become property management advisors. Its purpose is to provide students with essential knowledge (banking and financial tools, property law, banking and financial law...) enabling them to practise these professions. Only a perfect command of all these mechanisms both academically and operationally allows to practise these professions at a very high level

The advantages of the training course

Compétence Juridique Appropriée (CJA)
The International Property Management course with the "Front Office" optionconfers to its holder the authorisation envisaged by the article 54-I from the act of 31st Decembre 1974 usually called “Compétence Jurique Appropriée” (CJA), in conformity with the 2nd paragraph of article 1, from the decree promulgated by the Lord Chancellor and Justice Minister dated 19th December 2000. The CJA grants the right to give legal consultations or to write down private agreement acts as part of the assignments that come under their main activity.

Skills

This Master's degree provide students with skills which they need to be able to:

  • Analyse a customer's financial situation; 

  • Assess the structure of his/her heritage 
(life insurance, transferable security, ...) ; 

  • Define with the customer his/her objectives (savings, tax exemption, ...) according to his/her needs (type of 
marriage contract, inheritance, ...) ; 

  • To establish a patrimonial study;
  • Offer the appropriate legal and tax frameworks and products 
(life insurance, stock portfolio ...) ;
  • Determine a financial strategy (buying shares
life insurance, real estate ...) ;
  • Help if needed the customer to choose a lawyer, a solicitor 
or a portfolio manager. 


Organisation of the training course

  • School days: 
    • First semester: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    • Second semester: Thursday, Friday
  • Compulsory internship from 4 to 6 months
  • Capacity: 
    • Year 1: 25 students
    • Year 2: 30 students

 

Conditions

  • To have a three-year Higher Education diploma or an equivalent
  • To take an aptitude test in management: Score IAE Message, Tage-Mage, GMAT, GRE, SAT
  • Academic merit
  • Career objectives

The candidates declared eligible based on their application file take part in an interview.

Students who got these scores are automatically eligible and go for the interview:

  • SIM : 240/400
  • Tage-Mage : 350/600
  • GRE : 280/340
  • GMAT : 420/800
  • SAT : 1080/1600

Block Release Training and Continuing Education 

  • Candidates in continuing education(who interrupted their studies for two years, who are employees or in individual educational leave...) are requested to contact UNICE PROfor all requests for VAE/VAP and for application
  • Candidates in block release trainingare requested to contact BUSINESS RELATIONS

Costs

The tuition fees include:

  • National fees
    All students must pay national fees.
    The amount is set each year by the Ministry in charge of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
    The exact amount of these fees is communicated by the ministry (and published on its website) in mid-July.
  • Specific fees
    The amount of specific fees depends on your registration scheme.

To find out whether you are enrolled in a Full-Time Education (FI), a Continuing Education (FC) or a Lifelong Learning (FP) scheme, click on the following link:training course scheme

To know about the cost: click on the following link: training course cost

YEAR 1

SEMESTER 1 

CODE

Coef. (a)

ECTS (b)

COURSES

 TUTORIALS

Unit 1: Tax Engineering 

6

Tax engineering I

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Tax engineering II

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Unit 2: Accounting and Financial Law

6

Accounting law

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Financial law

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Unit 3: Banking Environment I

6

Digitalisation and banking

-

1

(1)

12h

-

Saving and bank products

-

3

(3)

12h

-

Balance sheet structures and analyses

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Unit 4: Finance

6

Financial market

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Financial theory

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Unit 5: Financial Analysis

6

Financial analysis of customers

-

2

(3)

12h

-

Financial analysis of products  

-

2

(3)

24h

-

BONUS I (optional: max +0.25 point on the average)

Sport

-

-

-

-

-

Student commitment

-

-

-

-

-

Innovation

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Languages I

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Personal development I

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL SEMESTER 1

30

228h

-

 

SEMESTER 2 

CODE

Coef. (a)

ECTS (b)

COURSES

TUTORIALS

Unit 6: Advanced Accounting

6

Audit and control 

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Financial analysis and valuation

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Management accounting

-

2

(2)

12h

-

Unit 7: Banking Environment II

6

Banking theory

-

3

(3)

24h

-

Bank regulations

-

3

(3)

12h

-

Unit 8: Real-life situations

3

Business simulation game

-

3

(3)

-

24h

Unit 9: Career objectives and research project I

15

Methodology

-

3

(3)

-

12h

Professionalising assignment (internship or block release training):

-

12

-

-

-

    • Assessment of the experience in a company

-

-

(3)

-

-

    • Academic tutelage

-

-

(3)

-

-

    • Written report

-

-

(3)

-

-

    • Oral viva

-

-

(3)

-

-

BONUS II (optional: max +0.25 point on the average)

Sport

-

-

-

-

-

Student commitment

-

-

-

-

-

Innovation

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Languages I

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Personal development I

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL SEMESTER 2

30

96h

36h

TOTAL FIRST YEAR

60

324h

36h

 

YEAR 2

SEMESTER 3

CODE

Coef. (a)

ECTS (b)

COURSES

 TUTORIALS

Unit 10: International environment of portfolio management

6

International finance

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Wealth management

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Market efficiency and current topics in banking and finance

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Unit 11: Legal elements of property management

6

Financial markets law

-

3

(3)

12h

-

Property law

-

2

(2)

12h

-

Corporate law and taxation

-

1

(1)

12h

-

Unit 12: Tools and products of property management

6

Financial assets

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Saving products and Life Insurance

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Financial information

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Unit 13: Taxation of Property Management

6

Tax engineering of natural persons / property / real estate

-

3

(3)

36h

-

The international tax system 

-

2

(2)

24h

-

The use of foreign structures 

-

1

(1)

12h

-

Unit 14: Wealth management package

6

Trade talks

-

2

(2)

24h

-

Responsibility of the property manage, abuse of process and dispute

-

2

(2)

12h

-

Company handover

-

2

(2)

24h

-

BONUS III (optional: max +0.25 points on the average)

Sport

-

-

-

-

-

Student commitment

-

-

-

-

-

Innovation

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Languages II

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Personal development I

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL SEMESTER 3

30

312h

-

 

SEMESTER 4 

CODE

Coef. (a)

ECTS (b)

COURSES

 TUTORIALS

Unit 15: Career objectives and research project II

30

Methodology

-

2

(2)

6h

-

Professionalising assignment (internship or block release training):

-

28

-

30h

-

    • Assessment of the experience in a company

-

-

(7)

-

-

    • Academic tutelage

-

-

(7)

-

-

    • Final dissertation

-

-

(7)

-

-

    • Internship battle (Oral viva)

-

-

(7)

-

-

BONUS I (optional: max +0.25 points on the average)

Sport

-

-

-

-

-

Student commitment

-

-

-

-

-

Innovation

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Languages II

-

-

-

-

-

Soft skills: Personal development I

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL SEMESTER 4

30

36h

-

TOTAL SECOND YEAR

60

348h


NOTA BENE :

(a) The "Coef. column": Averages (Units, Semesters, Years) are calculated based on the indicated coefficients.

(b) "ECTS" column: The ECTS credits indicated in parentheses only apply to students in outgoing or incoming mobility (Erasmus or other international partnership programmes). For students who are properly registered to a course leading to a qualification, the ECTS credits are attributed in the Units.

Rome Codes

  • C1205 Financial property management consulting
  • C1206 Management of a bank's customer base

Business sectors

  • Companies
  • Consulting firms
  • Banks
  • Insurances
  • Real estate

Available types of jobs

  • Consulting for bank or private customers
  • Private investment advisor
  • Portfolio manager
  • Property advisor
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