Université Paris Dauphine – PSL has renewed its ECHE accreditation (Erasmus Charter for Higher Education) for 7 years (2021-2027).
Dauphine students in their 3rd year of a Bachelor's degree as well as in the 1st and 2nd year of a Master's degree are eligible for this program, which promotes exchanges between European universities.
Among its new priorities are the implementation of digital mobility management (in line with the technical standards of the European Student Card initiative) and the development of environmentally friendly and sustainable practices.
The SIGMA Alliance
Université Paris Dauphine – PSL is a founding member of SIGMA (Societal Impact and Global Management Alliance) with Singapore Management University, which promotes exchanges between students and professors as well as collaborations on research programs.
Besides Université Paris Dauphine – PSL, the alliance includes 8 universities
across all 5 continents:
- Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Fundação Getulio Vargas (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
- Singapore, Management University (Singapore)
- University of St Gallen (St. Gallen, Switzerland)
- Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Austria)
- ESADE Escolar Superior d’Administracio i Direccio d’Empreses (Barcelona, Spain)
- Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo, Japan)
- Renmin University (Beijing, China)
London, Madrid, Frankfurt
Through its network of preferred academic partners in London, Madrid and Frankfurt, Dauphine offers several off-site programs and dual Bachelor's and Master's degrees:
The programs offered are supported by Dauphine and benefit from the infrastructure and local faculty.
*In March 2022 the London campus obtained accreditation from the British regulator of higher education and research, the Office for Students, (OfS).
International university networks
Dauphine also belongs to several internationaluniversity networks and is developing academic partnerships for dual degrees as well as off-site programs and the development of joint research programs.
- YERUN (Young European Research Universities Network), network of 18 universities - Founding member
- QTEM (Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management), network of 22 universities
- EUA (European University Association), 850 members in 47 countries
- UNICA (Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe), network of 49 universities
Since 2009 Dauphine has been part of the very exclusive group of schools awarded the EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) international accreditation.
This honor is granted to the best schools and universities with a focus on management disciplines, and accredits schools with international standing in this field based on the quality of their academics, business connections, and research activity.
This recognition helps to develop new partnerships and make Dauphine-PSL diplomas more attractive, both in academic and professional spheres.
Université Paris Dauphine – PSL’s EQUIS accreditation
Founded in 1972, Dauphine Alumni is an association for students and graduates of the university.
With 20 Chapters in France and abroad, it has a worldwide presence.
It develops and leads a community of nearly 100,000 members, one of the largest university networks anywhere.
Projects and development
A team of project managers tracks the university partnerships currently in place or to be developed within the university.
- Ivory Coast
Academic and scientific (Mathematics) collaborations with a view to modernizing the ESCAE Business school of the Institut National Polytechnique-Houphouët Boigny (INP-HB). Project financed by the Agence française du développement - AFD, as part of the France/Ivory Coast educational hub. The project’s effective start date was January 2021.
Creation of a double Master's degree in “Decision Support and Public Policy Evaluation” on the Franco-Senegalese campus. The project is financed by the AFD and sponsored by France Education Internationale. It is led in partnership with the National School of Statistics and Economical Analysis (ENSEA) in Dakar, and the IRD (French national research institute for sustainable development).
- European GrEnFin project (Erasmus+ program)
The GrEnFin project receives funding from the Erasmus+ program (“Knowledge alliance” section). Its goal is to introduce a master’s program between several European universities in renewable energy financing, in connection with companies. It is set up by a consortium of partners, of which Dauphine is a member, and the coordinator Università di Bologna (UNIBO).
- European ANGLE project (Erasmus+ program)
This project is led by a consortium and coordinated by the Collegio Carlo Alberto de l'Université in Turin, with the aim of introducing several online program modules to support students in managing their budget at all stages of their personal and professional lives.