Partnership for a Franco-German double Master's degree in Money & Finance

As part of an international course in Economics & Finance in partnership with Goethe University Frankfurt, Dauphine obtains new subventions.

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The Master's in Economics and Finance has strengthened its international dimension with the implementation of a Franco-German Master's degree in partnership with the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.
This international program is open to all students enrolled in the Master's in Economics and Finance at Université Paris Dauphine - PSL, as well as to foreign students from the Goethe University. 

This program is made possible by the financial support of two prestigious German institutions, the BHF BANK Foundation and the Willy Robert Pitzer Foundation.

Thanks to this partnership, students can obtain two master's degrees from two renowned universities in France and Germany in four semesters.
In addition to the "Master of Economics and Finance" (Dauphine) and the "Master of Science in Money and Finance" (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), students acquire additional professional skills through work placements in both countries as well as targeted language training, enabling them to operate fluently in French, German and English.

The President of Université Paris Dauphine - PSL, E. M. Mouhoub, welcomes the support of the German foundations, which reinforces the long-standing partnership between Université Paris Dauphine - PSL and Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.

"This double degree offers the opportunity of a complete immersion in the training system as well as in the culture of the host country, which is essential for mastering a foreign language. This fluency will be an undeniable asset in finding a job in an international company or organization. Students who have completed a dual degree generally find more quickly a position at a more prestigious level. Their salary is also often significantly higher than the wage perceived by a student who has followed a "classic" curriculum. Their professional integration is made even easier by the fact that students can complete one or more internships during their studies, particularly in the partner country. 

I am therefore very pleased with the involvement of such prestigious partners is a determining factor for us and a tremendous recognition of the quality of the training offered. The exchange scholarships will allow us to support our students in their desire to live a unique international experience and ensure that no student is forced to give up his or her mobility project for financial reasons.

Beyond the exchange grants, which are a way for us to contribute to the financial inclusion of all our students, this partnership is an essential asset for developing numerous cooperation projects between our two universities."

El Mouhoub Mouhoud, Président de l’Université Paris Dauphine - PSL

The President of the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Professor Enrico Schleiff, signing the partnership agreement

Learn more about the french-german program

Read Goethe-Universsity's article on the subject


Published on 14 September 2022