Program Overview

Paris ESLSCA Business School offers several diplomas that are suitable for students from different educational and professional backgrounds. The Postgraduate Diplomas aim at enabling qualified candidates to acquire a  solid base in the fundamentals of business administration disciplines.

Postgraduate Diploma  candidates study the same specialisation track courses  as the MBA candidates. Many Postgraduate Diploma graduates continue to pursue an MBA degree in a later stage. 

 -  Post Graduate Diploma can be completed in three academic terms. It should be noted, however, that the time to complete the program is nine months.

 -  Credits earned will be transferred to Paris ESLSCA Master Degree Program.

Program Objectives

This Postgraduate Diploma provides a rigorous, empirical approach to modern topics in investment management such as asset allocation, investment instruments, capital markets and global investments.The students learn the act of planning, acquiring, and directing the flow of funds through an organisation.

Paris ESLSCA Business School provides students with extensive knowledge and skills to be able to use confidently in their work environment. Our program enables students to gain profound knowledge in different employment  areas, enabling them to be more aware of the overall insights of their job.

The main Post Graduate Diplomas objectives are:

 -Implant the competency to select and apply theories  to a different ranges of industries 

-Add value to candidates current role in their workplace

-Open opportunities for graduates to shift careers in confidence

-Enhance the exercise of business  thinking and problem solving

-Develop competent executives  in managing modern business establishments

-Introduce candidates to diverse international organisational settings and cultures

Program Structure

Core Courses:

  • 1st Semester
    ACC511.. : Accounting for Managers : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course provides the students with a comprehensive introduction to the basic concepts, procedures and techniques of managerial accounting. Students will be able to use the financial information to take different managerial decisions.

    BAN543 : Corporate Finance : (Credit hours: 3)
  • 2nd Semester
    FIN644 : Credit Retail Risk Analysis : (Credit hours: 3)
    FIN642 : Investment & Portfolio Management : (Credit hours: 3)
    The course provides a rigorous, empirical approach to modern topics in Investment Management such as Asset Allocation, Investment Instruments, Capital Markets and Global Investments. 
    The course aims to provide participants with the theoretical as well as practical knowledge needed for investment expertise. This course complements the course “Financial Markets and Institutions” to properly equip participants with tools needed to develop a proper investment decision
    FIN641 : Banking Asset & Liability Management : (Credit hours: )
  • 3rd Semester
    FIN645.. : International Finance : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course provides a basic knowledge of international finance and shows how international financial environment affects giant multinationals as well as other firms that involve in international trade and transactions.

    It will also cover issues related to international financial markets, and international financial management.

    The course is targeted primarily to second-year MBA students who are specializing in Finance by way of the Corporate Financial Management and the Investment Management Majors.

    Topics covered include:

    ·         Foreign exchange rate determination

    ·         Foreign currency options and futures

    ·         Sources of global equity and debt

    ·         Multinational capital budgeting

    ·         Foreign direct investment

    FIN652 : Behavioral Finance : (Credit hours: 3)
    FIN653 : Derivatives Market : (Credit hours: )

Specialization Tracks:


Program Requirements

The Admission Committee welcomes applications from individuals who possess a solid record of academic and professional achievements and can demonstrate their ability and potential to conduct  high quality academic work. 

Paris ESLSCA Business School assess and evaluate each Diploma candidate on the basis of the following criteria:

   - Academic Requirements: A minimum of an undergraduate degree, a bachelor or the equivalent, from a recognised institution of higher education and a solid record of academic achievements on a consistent basis. We welcome applicants with diverse academic backgrounds.

 - Evidence of managerial and professional experience:  The goal of the Admission Committee is to admit students who possess well-defined career goals and a high potential for success at work. We glean applicants' essays, letters of evaluation, and résumé (C.V.)   

- Personal qualities:  The Admissions Committee looks for applicants who are mature, honest, intellectually curious, flexible, and personable. Evidence of applicant's personal qualities will be found in application essays, letters of evaluation and the résumé.

-  Fluency in written and spoken English:  The Admission Committee evaluates the English level during the personal interview and matches it according to the program applied to moreover the candidates are required to submit any internationally recognised English proficiency exams.


Cost Summary




 Application Fees

1000 EGP


 Pre-requisite Courses

0,000 EGP

Not Applicable

Registration Fees

0,00 EGP

Not Applicable


50 Euro

One Time Fee

Tuition Fees Per Course

5,010 EGP

Paid Per Semester

 English Courses Per Level

500 EGP

Paid Per Semester  "Maximum 3 Levels"