Université Paris Dauphine - PSL annual report for 2022-2023

Pedagogical innovation, support for research and international development... Retrospective on the past year and Dauphine's current projects

« The new 2022-2023 annual report gives an overview of our strategic priorities and the main achievements from the year in terms of pedagogical innovation, support for research and international development.

Our focus on high-level dual-discipline programs - available from Bachelor’s to PhD level – is geared towards enhancing our students’ dual skills and marketability in a shifting socio-economic environment. It’s a model that includes a real commitment to our students’ success and promotes diversity for the purpose of equity and efficiency for society. The recent reform introducing a sliding scale for tuition fees according to family income to promote social redistribution and the inauguration in late September of the new student residence with support from the Dauphine Foundation are a part of this ambitious policy.

Our six laboratories present an overview of their balance sheets and their future developments as part of the scientific projects reporting, and preparations for the assessment by the Haut Conseil de l’évaluation de la recherche et de l’enseignement supérieur (Hcéres).

In training and research, a special segment deals with the development of two of the university’s important programs supported by special events with the “Rendez-vous Dauphine Durable” and “Dauphine Digital Days”, which illustrate our responses to current profound shifts, namely the ecological/social transition and the digital revolution. 

We’ve made significant progress within a complex international environment, with our London campus receiving the “Office for Students” accreditation from the British regulator and developing initial training and executive education programs. Meanwhile our Tunis campus is encouraging regional student mobility and local employment of Dauphine graduate executives. 

We are working with PSL to increase our appeal on all continents, and the transformation of the campus at Porte Dauphine will provide the best possible environment for students and researchers from all over the world. 

These projects were all made possible by the involvement of our stakeholders and those of our partners. My sincere thanks to you for your commitment, helping us move further towards our shared goals. »

E.M. Mouhoud, President of Université Paris Dauphine - PSL

The digital version of the 2022-23 report is now available online :

Consulter le rapport d'activité 2022-2023

Thanks to all the contributors to this report.

Published on 6 November 2023