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Decision Support and Public Policy Evaluation - 245 - Master's Year 2

Program Year

Economie Mise à niveau

Module 1 : Fondamentaux d'économie et de droit

  • Économie du développement appliquée a l'Afrique
  • Economie publique
  • L'Afrique dans la mondialisation
  • Environnement ressources naturelles et développement / Genre et développement

Module 2 : Fondamentaux statistiques et évaluation des impacts

Module 3 : Projet 1

Module 4 : Planification (stratégique ou opérationnelle) du développement

  • Prospective, réflexion stratégique
  • Élaboration de Plan d’orientation économique et social et plan stratégique
  • Identification et préparation de projet/programme et réalisation étude de faisabilité/Analyse financière -Évaluation socio-Eco
  • Recherche de fonds et financement d'un projet de développement / Etudes environnementales et productions des documents de sauvegarde

Module 5 : Projet 2

  • Contrats PPP Analyse et montage financier des PPP
  • Passation des marchés / Maitrise d'ouvrage et management de projets de développement

Stage (FI) ou Mémoire (FC)

  • Stage + mémoire de stage
  • Expérience Professionnelle et Rapport

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

Courses will use a variety of teaching methods and focus on skills development. Lectures will integrate tutorials (exercises) or workshops (personal or collaborative projects, case studies). Courses are taught by a combination of academics and working professionals. They provide ample feedback and examples of best practices. Technical courses will be supplemented by general education courses, notably in economics and law, where students will address concrete national and international issues. Invited academics, experts, and practitioners also give lectures on a variety of topics. Some courses engage with new practices and technologies (such as a MOOC on the public policy evaluation).

This is a one-year course on the ENSAE campus in Dakar. The course consists of around 430 hours of instruction. Students who do not have sufficient background in economics, statistics, or econometrics will have to take an additional refresher course.

The curriculum consists of two semesters of courses and a three-month internship. It is structured around five modules (plus the refresher course, if necessary). Courses take place Monday to Friday in the afternoon and/or the evening (Saturdays if required).


Internships and Supervised Projects

In order to put their education into practice, students have to complete a three-month internship at a research center, public service or private administration, or any other relevant organization. Students must write a thesis that reports on the work they did during their internship.