The graduate program, Advanced Economics, provides the student with a solid basis in economic theory, economics, statistics and econometrics. The program also provides the student with quantitative and qualitative skills that will allow the student to analyse empirical data and evaluate public and economic policy. The multidisciplinary training will provide the student with ample opportunities to specialize in his or her's field of interest including development, education, labour, taxation, political economics and more.
The admission is dependent on student profile. For information on student profiles, how to apply and what documentation to submit, please consult the following link.
- A Bachelor's degree (180 ECTS) in economics, econometrics, mathematics, statistics, computer science, or related subject, from an internationally recognised university. Also required is a solid knowledge of advanced mathematics and statistics.
- Proficiency in English equivalent to the CEFR C1 level. This requirement can be met either by achieving the required score on an internationally recognised test, or by previous studies in English. Detailed instructions on how to provide evidence of your English proficiency are available here.
Candidates are selected based on a a cumulative assessment of previous academic result, and the relevance of previous studies in relation to the program.
Admitted students are required to pay registration and tuition fees. Please do note that the registration and tuition fees do not cover accommodation, academic literature or the general cost of living. Read more about registration an enrollment.
UE1 - A | Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
UE1 - B | Mathematics and Econometrics
UE1 - C | Elective Courses
UE2 – A | Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
UE2 – B | Mathematics and Econometrics
UE2 – C | Applied Economics and Internship
UE2 – D | Elective courses
UE3 - A | Advanced core courses
UE3 - B | Advanced specialization courses
UE4 - A | Research workgroups
UE4 - B | Master's thesis and research seminars
The Advanced Economics program provides the student with highly demanded skills for qualified analytical and investigational work at public authorities and in the public administration, at research institutes, banks and other financial firms, in policy organisations, think tanks, consulting firms, et cetera, both in France and internationally.
Job titles include:
- Administrative officer
- Research officer
- Policy analyst
- Financial analyst