International

 

All non-degree inbound and outbound mobility programs for the first semester of the 2020-2021 academic year have been canceled due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

Thanks to its EQUIS accreditation, its prestigious partnerships, its relocated campuses and its international programs, Dauphine is a university open to the world.

EQUIS Accreditation

Dauphine’s entry, since 2009, into the very select circle of international EQUIS accreditation (European Quality Improvement System) has strengthened its international position. 

This recognition helps to develop new partnerships and make Dauphine diplomas more attractive, both in academic and professional spheres.  

Campus Abroad and Dual Diplomas

Dauphine offers many opportunities for international mobility and study thanks to its campuses abroad and its off-site training programs. 

Strategic Alliances on Five Continents


Dauphine offers its students, professors and researchers an international network of partner universities around the world.  
Every year, about 700 students leave in exchange and 600 foreign students come to Dauphine. 


The SIGMA Alliance (Societal Impact and Global Management Alliance)

Dauphine is a founding member of this alliance with Singapore Management University, which promotes exchanges between students and professors as well as collaborations on research programs.

Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Fundação Getulio Vargas in (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)

 Our Other Strategic Networks

Internationally, Dauphine is developing academic partnerships for dual degrees (Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate), as well as off-site training (Bachelor's, Executive Education), and the development of joint research programs. 


YERUN (Young European Research Universities Network), a network of 18 universities
QTEM (Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management), a network of 22 universities
EUA (Association Universitaire Européennes), 850 members in 47 countries
UNICA (Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe), a network of 49 universities

Mobility programs according to the selected program

The international mobility of students is both an ambition and a positioning. The place occupied by foreign languages and cultures in the programs leads to openness to other ways of being and working. It broadens students' skills and improves their professional integration

Simple exchange Dual DiplomaRemote SemesterMulti-campus  

Simple exchange 

Spend one or two semesters in one of Dauphine's partner universities on the 5 continents.

In Europe 

Outside Europe 

 

Combine a year of study abroad with graduation from Dauphine and the host university. 

Double Bachelor's Degree

Double Master’s Degree

Study for one semester as part of your Bachelor's or Master's degree in New York, Shanghai or Beijing (depending on the course you choose). 

Remote Semester during the Bachelor’s Degree

Remote Master’s Degrees

Combine the best of the courses and specialities from two campuses with semesters at Dauphine and at the partner university of the chosen curriculum. 

Multi-campus in the Master’s Degree

Internationalize your PhD or MBA with more than 20 programs in China, Lebanon, Algeria, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia,... 

Dauphine Executive Education 

 

 

Your simple exchange studies abroad with Dauphine:  

  • You will do part of your university studies in a foreign institution that has signed an exchange agreement or a mobility agreement, while remaining enrolled at Dauphine. 
  • The courses you take abroad will be established before your departure in a study contract.   
  • Any credits received for courses you take will be transferred and recorded in the Dauphine curriculum. 
  • Tuition fees remain those of Dauphine. 

AND ALSO: Discover the Dauphine Summer Schools and the possibilities of QTEM exchanges

 


Dauphine Abroad

70 %

of 1st cycle students take a semester abroad

21 %

of Master’s students come from abroad

27 %

of teachers are recruited from outside France

315

partnerships with universities


Contacts

  • CHRISTOPHE ELIE DIT COSAQUE

    Vice-President, Director of International Affairs - University Professor in Management Sciences,

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  • VÉRONIQUE CHARLÉTY

    Director of International Affairs

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