The objective of the Master's degree - Year 2 - in Accounting, Control, and Audit - is to prepare students for careers in auditing, control, accounting and consulting, in both consulting firms or the financial department of companies.

The DSCG (Diplôme Supérieur en Comptabilité Gestion) is a national qualification organised around 7 exams: The Master's degree in Accounting, Control, and Audit is the only diploma that exempts the student from 5 of the 7 exams. It also allows students that wish to pursue a career in chartered accounting to register and start their professional internship. All these points combined with a strong partnership with the Order of Chartered Accountants and other professionals make the diploma a recognised path to enter careers in the accounting and finance professions.

In addition, in an environment of fast-changing international standards, the objective of this course is to give the students a solid grounding in the most important of international standards - IFRS: this standard is compulsory for all listed European groups, and the new French standards have been directly based on it.

A part of the course is given in English, in order to take into account employers increasing requirement for bi-lingual employees. 


All competencies linked to law, accounting, internal auditing and statutory auditing, but also management, financial strategy and management accounting.

Plus :

  • Defining and executing methods and processes in the area of accounting control, and ensuring their application
  • Elaborating and executing the annual audit plan and supervising audits
  • Preparing the elements required for an audit, communicating them to the auditors and controllers, and also analysing them
  • Controlling the conformity, reliability of operations and the financial state of the organisational structures


  • Courses are held on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays until the Christmas holidays.
  • Start of Internship : 1st January