Who can apply?

  • Applicants should have obtained a bachelor's degree (Graduate degree equivalent to 180 ECTS) from a university, or a diploma from an IEP (Institute of Political Studies), Grande Ecole, or Grand Etablissement recognized as equivalent, in France or abroad.
  • It is preferred but not required that students have an academic background in these fields: economics, mathematics applied to economics, and computer science applied to economics.
  • B2-level mastery of English is required. This must be attested by a certificate of achievement from one of the following tests: TOEFL iBT (minimum score of 90), IELTS (minimum score of 6.5) or Cambridge certificate (C1). English-native candidates or students who have followed an international training in English of at least one year over the last two years and who have passed the corresponding exams are exempted.

How to apply?

The admissions process consists of 3 stages:

  1. An application is submitted online
  2. Eligibility determined based on the application – late April 2020
  3. Admission is granted or denied – late May 2020
  Those applying to the first year of the Master in Quantitative Economics go through a selective admission process. They must demonstrate their ability to take intensive courses and acquire the analytical and quantitative tools which are central to the Master's program. The admissions procedure therefore includes an assessment of students' knowledge in applied math and basic economics at the bachelor's level. Fluency in English is also required. This must be attested by a certificate of achievement from one of the following tests: TOEFL iBT (minimum score of 90), IELTS (minimum score of 6.5) or Cambridge certificate (C1). English-native candidates or students who have followed an international training in English of at least one year over the last two years and who have passed the corresponding exams are exempted.   An application includes a CV, a cover letter (in English), a written response to a questionnaire (in English), high school and college transcripts, proof of English proficiency, two letters of recommendation and, if applicable, a summary of internships and dissertations. The application must be completed in either French or English. Please have any documents in languages other than English or French officially translated.

All applications are evaluated by the admissions committee. Each application is evaluated independently by two faculty members and discussed during the selection session.


When to apply?

2020
27Feb.
25Mar.

Admissions are closed for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

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  • Gabrielle Fack

    University Professor

    Director of the Master's Degree in Quantitative Economics

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  • Lucie Neuville

    Training assistant

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