- Applicants should hold a postgraduate degree (Master degree equivalent to 60 ECTS), from either the Master 1 in Quantitative Economics or another Master at Université Paris-Dauphine-PSL, or another university in France or abroad; or an equivalent diploma from an Institute of Political Studies (IEP), a Grande Ecole in business or engineering, or an equivalent recognized Grand Etablissement, in France or abroad.
- Applicants should have an academic background in the following 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 speaker applicants or candidates who have followed an international training of at least one year whose courses have been validated in English are exempted.
The admissions process consists of 3 stages:
1. An application is submitted online
2. Eligibility determined based on the application
3. Admission is granted or denied
Applications can only be completed through the online MyCandidature platform.
Those applying for the Quantitative Economic Analysis track go through a selective admissions process. They must demonstrate the ability to complete intensive courses and acquire advanced analytical and quantitative tools. The admissions procedure includes an assessment of students' knowledge in applied math and fundamental concepts in economics at the Master 1 level. Fluency in English is also required.
An application must include: a CV; a cover letter (in English); a written response to a questionnaire (in English); high school, Bachelor, and Master 1 transcripts; proof of English proficiency; two letters of recommendation; and, if applicable, a summary of completed 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 instructors from the Master's program and debated by the committee during the selection session.
Registration fees at Dauphine are established according to the different systems (national laws, tax household income, etc.).
Funding packages are offered to Master's degree students in association with the CROUS, the Dauphine Foundation and corporations.
Funding through work-study programs.
Some Master's degree programs offer work-study training. Students are then paid and their tuition fees covered by the host company.