Our courses

ISFA trains actuaries and risk managers for a market with a growing and evolving demand: risk anticipation and risk management for jobs in insurance, finance and business sectors.

Anne EYRAUD-LOISEL, Deputy University President of ISFA

One of the main principles of ISFA is to guide our students through the vast business world which is awaiting them. The more prepared they are, the better equipped they will be to ascertain their future employers’ expectations, to act professionally, to appreciate the realities of a business environment and to deal with the requirements of their sectors of activity.
As early as their first year at ISFA, we strive to get our students to directly interact with key players in the professional world.
Our educational goal is to create responsible, independent and engaged students.
Throughout the course offered by ISFA, the student is in direct contact with businesses in their future sphere of operations and their leaders.

Actuary course

An actuary is a specialist of applied probabilities, statistics and risk management for insurance, finance and social protection.

Their skills range from mathematics to management, law to economics and accounting; they are also competent English-speakers and programmers.
With a 100% employment rate, ISFA actuaries are some of the most sought-after people in the financial and insurance sectors.

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Econometrics & Statistics course

The general management of risks is at the heart of Insurance, Finance and Industry jobs. The role of a risk manager is to identify vulnerabilities, evaluate company risks and develop solutions to control them.


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PhD course

The Actuarial and Financial Sciences Laboratory (LSAF) supervises approximately twenty PhD students, members of the laboratory, who are preparing their dissertations on a variety of cross-discipline themes.

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Continuous training & APEL

The Actuary certification and the Master’s degree in actuarial and financial sciences are also provided as continuous courses, while still maintaining a professional activity.

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