Control, Audit and Reporting

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
Local:$ 258 Foreign:$ 6.75 k  
StudyQA ranking:5112 Duration:2 years

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  • The Master’s in Control, Audit and Reporting (CAR), is a comprehensive graduate program that prepares students for careers in Audit, Business Control, and Financial Control. A third of our students choose the Apprenticeship track.
  • Our graduates are highly sought-after by recruiters in all areas of CAR expertise: Financial Audit, Business Control, Internal and External audit, Inspection, Risk Management, Financial Consolidation, Corporate Finance, Consultancy in organization and in finance…
  • CAR is a 2-year program. In Year 1, students follow a common core curriculum. In Year 2, students choose from 4 specialization streams, including one in partnership with St Petersburg State University (Russia).

Master’s Year 1 – core curriculum

  • Control, Audit, and Reporting (full-time study)
  • Control, Audit, and Reporting (apprenticeship)

Master’s Year 2 – specialization streams

  • Audit and Control: Consulting and Research
  • Control, Governance, and Strategy
  • Financial control – MeM
  • Internal Audit & Risk Management

The program is open to students who hold (or are in the process of obtaining) a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Université Paris-Dauphine, or a Bachelor’s (L3) in Economics from another university, or a top university-level school.

CAR is looking for students who are dynamic and engaged, who have achieved a high level of competency in accounting, and who have an excellent level of spoken and written English.

Our goal is to offer our students a human-scale environment where they feel part of a community, can contribute individually, grow, and thrive.

Some of our admissions criteria are:

  • Overall academic performance (transcript for your baccalaureate and bachelor’s degrees with, if possible, an indication of your ranking).
  • Your career plan and motivation for applying to the CAR Master’s program.
  • Work experience (internships, jobs …).
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English. Any work, study, or long-term stays in an English-speaking country…
  • Your personality, attitude, ambitions, extra-academic interests, activities, and achievements, and international experience (internships, volunteer work …). We particularly appreciate any engagement in humanitarian, cultural, or athletic volunteer activities.

Admissions for the 2019-2020 academic year will open on January 29th 2019

For the 2018-2019 academic year, tuition and fees will be calculated based on gross taxable income for the 2016 fiscal year (2017 French tax declaration). The 2017-2018 tuition scale is as follows:

  • Income below 35,000 euros: 243 euros (Standard French Public University Tution)
  • Income between 35,000 and 40,000 euros: 1,680 euros
  • Income between 40,000 and 50,000 euros: 2,240 euros
  • Income between 50,000 and 60,000 euros: 2,800 euros
  • Income between 60,000 and 70,000 euros: 3,360 euros
  • Income between 70,000 and 80,000 euros: 4,000 euros
  • Income between 80,000 and 100,000 euros: 4,600 euros
  • Income between 100,000 and 120,000 Euros: 5,150 euros
  • Income above 120,000 Euros: 6,350 euros

Students whose tax residence (if they are fiscally independent of their parents) or whose parents' tax residence is outside of the European Union and who provide a tax certificate to that effect, pay a flat tuition of 6,350 euros and are not eligible for any reductions or waivers.

Qualified Tuition Reduction

Student's whose gross income or whose parent's gross income is between 35,000 euros and 70,000 euros and whose tax residence is in a European Union country, may be eligible for one or both of the following two qualified tuition reductions:  

  • A reduction of 560 euros is available to families who have 2 or more children studying in a post-baccalaureate program. Justifying document: a photocopy of the non-Dauphine sibling's student card from the current or previous academic year.
  • A reduction of 560 euros is available to students whose family's tax residence is outside of the Ile-de-France region. Justifying document: official tax notification bearing the address outside of Ile-de-France. If the family has moved outside of Ile-de-France since the last official tax notification, an official proof of domicile dated within the past 6 months may be substituted.

Students who are repeating full-time degree programs (year 1 or year 2) pay a flat 580 euro tuition fee.

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