Master Économie

  
Consultez les meilleurs mémoires de master en Économie 2016-2017

 

 Master en Économie

Dual Degree in Economics and Quantitative Economics: Sciences Po Department of Economics
     & the Université Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris 1

Dual Degree Master : Sciences Po Department of Economics & Keio University (Japan) 


Master en Économie


 
Présentation du master

Le master en Economie est la voie d'accès au programme de thèse en économie. Le programme s'articule autour des éléments suivants :

  • Une formation aux fondements techniques et méthodologiques en microéconomie, macroéconomie et économétrie en première année
  • Un éventail de cours de spécialisation en deuxième année
  • Un mémoire de recherche supervisé par un membre du département d'économie de Sciences Po.

Le programme est enseigné entièrement en anglais. 

  Objectifs

Le programme s'adresse à des étudiants désireux d'acquérir des compétences techniques, quantitatives et concrètes en économie. Il permet de poursuivre en thèse (il est le seul master de Sciences Po permettant l'accès au doctorat en économie) mais permet également l'accès à des carrières exigeant des compétences techniques comme par exemple les organisations internationales, les think tanks et dans le domaine du conseil.

Ce programme de master bénéficie maintenant d'une reconnaissance internationale :

    • Les meilleurs étudiants ayant validé ce master et ayant souhaité poursuivre en thèse ont été admis dans les programmes doctoraux les plus prestigieux tels que Berkeley, Yale, Duke et le programme doctoral de Sciences Po.
    • Le master en économie fait maintenant partie du prestigieux réseau du Programme de Masters Européens financé par Unicredit, aux côtés de LSE, Oxford et Bocconi, entre autres, fournissant des financements pour les meilleurs candidats.
    • L'équipe de professeurs internationaux  enseignant dans ce master font majoritairement partie du département d'économie de Sciences Po.

Ce programme est enseigné en anglais, il nécessite la maîtrise de langue anglaise ainsi que des compétences quantitatives.

Ce master existe sous la forme d'un double diplôme avec Paris 1 : Dual Degree in Economics and Quantitative Economics (voir ci-dessous). 

 Admission

Les candidats doivent être titulaires d'un diplôme de Bachelor (Collège universitaire) ou d'un premier cycle universitaire.

Une bourse, décernée au mérite et financée par Unicredit est disponible pour les étudiants originaires des pays suivants. Consultez la liste des pays concernés

Le niveau de langue requis est précisé sur : Admissions webpage 

 Structure du programme 2017-2018

Le programme de la première année est conçu pour fournir les compétences techniques en microéconomie, en macroéconomie et économétrie. Certains cours électifs sont également proposés dans d'autres domaines tels que  la science politique par exemple.

La deuxième année comprend plus de cours électifs afin de se spécialiser dans son domaine d'intérêt. Le dernier semestre est principalement consacré à l'écriture du mémoire de recherche supervisé par un membre du département d'économie.

Summer Camp Math

  Introduction to Mathematics for Economics 38 6 Christophe GAILLAC & Victor LYONNET

 Semestre 1 

Code Courses Hours / semester Credits Instructors
Common core curriculum courses
  one course to choose 24 4  
Required Compulsory Courses
  Microeconomics 1 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Sidartha GORDON
  Macroeconomics 1 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Zsofia BARANY
  Graduate econometrics 1 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Pierre-Henri BONO
Total required credits 28-34  

Semestre 2 

Code Courses Hours / semester Credits Instructors
Common core curriculum courses
  one course to choose 24 4  
Required  Compulsory Courses
  Microeconomics 2 : Game Theory (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Emeric HENRY
  Macroeconomics 2 : Business Cycles (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Mirko WIEDERHOLT
  Econometrics 2 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Jean-Marc ROBIN
Total required credits 28  

Semestre 3

Code Courses Hours / semester Credits Instructors
Required Compulsory Courses
  Graduate Microeconomics 3  (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Eduardo PEREZ
  Graduate Macroeconomics 3  (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Xavier RAGOT
  Graduate Econometrics 3 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Denis FOUGERE
Electives
  International Economics 24 4 Philippe MARTIN
  Economics of education (join with EAP) 24 4 Denis FOUGERE
Total required credits 28-32  

Semestre 4

Code Courses Hours / semester Credits Instructors
Electives (a minimum of 12 credits)
  Advanced Microeconomics: information and contracts 24 4 Frederic KOESSLER, Robert GARY-BOBO
  Advanced Labor Economics  24 4 Florian OSWALD
  Advanced Econometrics 24 4 Alfred GALICHON
  Advanced International Economics 24 4 Nicolas COEURDACIER
  Numerical Methods 24 4 Florian OSWALD
  Financial Economics 24 4 Stéphane GUIBAUD
  Urban Economics 24 4 Pierre-Philippe COMBES
  Law and Economics  (join with EAP) 24 4 Roberto GALBIATI
  Advanced Trade 24 4 Thomas CHANEY
  Advanced Public economics 24 4  
  Development  Economics (join with EAP) 24 4 Alice MESNARD
  DISSERTATION   26  
Total required credits 38  

 

 Structure du programme 2016-2017

Summer Camp Math

  Introduction to Mathematics for Economics 40 8 Magali Marx, Victor Lyonnet

 Semestre 1 

Code Courses Hours / semester Credits Instructors
Common core curriculum courses
  one course to choose 24 6  
Required Compulsory Courses
  Microeconomics 1 48 8 Sidartha Gordon
  Macroeconomics 1 48 8 Zsofia Barany
  Graduate econometrics 1 48 8 Koen Jochmans
Optional Course
  Programming Course 24   Tyler Abbot
Total required credits 38  

Semestre 2 

Code Courses Hours / semester Credits Instructors
Common core curriculum courses
  one course to choose 24 6  
Required Courses
  Microeconomics 2 : Game Theory 48 8 Emeric Henry
  Macroeconomics 2 : Business Cycles 48 8 Johannes Boehm
  Econometrics 2 48 8 Jean-Marc Robin
Total required credits 30  

Semestre 3

Code Courses Hours/
semester
Credits Instructors
Required Compulsory Courses
  Graduate Microeconomics 3  (cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Eduardo Perez
Graduate Macroeconomics 3 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Cours magistral : Xavier Ragot
Graduate Econometrics 3 (Cours magistral + conférences) 48 8 Cours magistral : Denis Fougère
Electives
  International trade 24 8 Thomas Chaney
Economics of education 24 4 Denis Fougère
Total required ECTS 28-32  

Semestre 4

Code Courses Hours/
semester
Credits Instructors
Electives (a minimum of 12 credits)
  Advanced Microeconomics : transmission of information and dynamic contracts 24 4 Robert Gary-Bobo, Frédéric Koessler
  Advanced labor economics 24 4 Florian Oswald
  Advanced Public Finance 12 2 Guy Laroque
  Advanced Econometrics 24 4 Koen Jochmans
  Advanced International Economics 24 4 Daniele Sina et Patrick Pintus
  Numerical Methods 24 4 Florian Oswald
  Financial Economics 24 4 Stéphane Guibaud
  Urban Economics 24 4 Pierre-Philippe Combes
  Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development  24 4 Jean-Marc Bourgeon
  Law and Economics 24 4 Roberto Galbiati
DISSERTATION 26  
Total required ECTS 38-40  

 

Equipe pédagogique

Elle est essentiellement par des professeurs du département d'économie mais aussi de professeurs invités.

Yann Algan, Professeur des universités à Sciences Po
Zsofia L. Barany, Assistant Professor à Sciences Po 
Johannes Boehm, Assistant Professeur
Julia Cagé, Assistant Professeur
Thomas Chaney, Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po
Nicolas Coeurdacier, Assistant Professor à Sciences Po
Quoc-Anh Do, Associate Professor à Sciences Po
Ruben Durante, Assistant Professor à Sciences Po
Roberto Galbiati, Assistant Professor à Sciences Po
Alfred Galichon, Professeur à Sciences Po
Sidartha Gordon, Associate Professor à Sciences Po
Stéphane Guibaud, Assistant Professeur
Serguei Guriev, Professeur
Emeric Henry, Associate Professor à Sciences Po
Elise Huillery, Assistant Professor à Sciences Po 
Koen Jochmans, Assistant Professor à Sciences Po 
Guy Laroque, Professor of Economics Sciences Po
Philippe Martin, Professeur des universités à Sciences Po
Thierry Mayer, Professeur des universités à Sciences Po
Joan Monras, Assistant Professeur
Florian Oswald, Assistant Professor
Eduardo Perez-Richet, Professor of Economics
Xavier Ragot, Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po
Jean-Marc Robin, Professeur des universités à Sciences Po et à l'University College in London, Directeur du Département d'économie
Etienne Wasmer, Professeur des universités à Sciences Po 

 

Contacts

Guillaume Sarrat de Tramezaigues
Directeur exécutif département d'économie
guillaume.sarratdetramezaigues@sciences-po.org

Claudine Lamaze
Responsable administrative
claudine.lamaze@sciencespo.fr

Emeric Henry
Directeur des etudes doctorales en économie
emeric.henry@sciences-po.fr

 


Dual Degree in Economics and Quantitative Economics: 
Sciences Po Department of Economics & the Université Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris 1

This two year master program is made of a Master Year 1 at Paris 1, including an abroad semester of studies in a foreign partner university and a Master Year 2 spent at Sciences Po, Master in Economics.

General objectives

The Dual degree between Sciences Po and Paris 1 offers the following two degrees in a common curriculum:

  • Master in Economics – PhD Program - Sciences Po,
  • Master Erasmus Mundus Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics of Paris 1.

Main orientations and specific features

The philosophy of this program is to aggregate sound applied economics and mathematics with social science concentrations, especially in Economics (Public Policy, micro and macroeconomics, education policy, environment policy, labor, wealth distribution…).

Gap years between year 1 and 2 are authorised, with summer internships. The last semester of studies is dedicated to specialisation courses at Sciences Po with the writing of a master dissertation supervised by either a Paris 1 Professor or a Professor of Sciences Po.

Taught entirely in English, it requires high command in English and quantitative skills.

 Career opportunities

Graduates of this dual degree will find openings in:

  • PhD registration in economics and mathematics,
  • Statistics engineers
  • Actuariat
  • Banking, Insurance, Finance and Consulting – all disciplines that require sound quantitative skills

Programmes 2016-2017

  • Year 1 is made of Paris 1 Master Erasmus Mundus Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics, an extra course can be taken during the year at Sciences Po, among its offer in "fundamental courses", such as "Public philosophy", "History of globalisation", "Urban experience", "Gender studies"…

    => For further information: http://erasmusmundus-qem.univ-paris1.fr/

Admission Procedure

Admission to this dual degree follows the rules of the Dual Degree admission procedure as described online. The admission process is performed exclusively through this online application and supervised by both Paris 1 and Sciences Po. With the completion of the application form, the application must made of, among others, transcripts, reference letters, proofs of English command, a CV, and a cover letter.

Pre-Requisites

  • Applicants must hold a BA in Economics or Mathematics or a degree in engineering or be a student form Sciences Po's College. Other scientific backgrounds will also be considered.
    GRE is most appreciated in applications.
  • Language requirements are specified on the Admissions webpage

For more information :

=> Download the presentation brochure 

 

Dual Degree Master: Sciences Po Department of Economics & Keio University (Japan)

 General Presentation

Sciences Po has signed dual degree agreements with leading universities around the world, in order to allow Master students to do a dual degree in two years.
The accomplishment of studying in two countries, gaining experience and speaking different languages adds to the prestige of the degrees, and is of very high value to the employers of today. 
Sciences Po's Department of Economics is proud to offer with its Master in Economics a dual degree with Keio University's Master in Economics
Made of courses at Sciences Po, Paris, France in Master 1 (Master Economics) and at Keio, Tokyo, Japan in Master Year 2, this program entirely taught in English offers great opportunities in the public, private and research sectors.

Fees

Students will pay tuition fees for Year 1 to Sciences Po; and tuition fees for Year 2 to Keio. Fees for each year of the programme will be set by Sciences Po and Keio and published in their normal way.  Sciences Po fees will be equivalent to those charged for one regular year at Master's level at Sciences Po. Keio fees will be equivalent to those charge for Master of Arts in Economics at Keio.

Applications

The requirements for an application are as follows:

    • Candidates should have a good degree in social sciences or humanities and have a strong background in economics as a formal entry requirement. 
    • The acceptable English language tests are IELTS at a minimum score of 7.0 and TOEFL with a minimum score of  600 in the paper test or 263 in the computer based test.

Please note

You cannot apply for two dual degree programmes. However, you may apply for a dual degree programme as well as a Master's programme. In this case you will need to put the dual degree programme down as your first choice in your application, and the Master's as your second choice. Furthermore, if deadlines for these two programmes differ, you must have submitted your application by the earliest deadline.
Students must take up their place on a dual degree course at the beginning of the academic year following admission. It is not possible to defer entry.
The admissions decision for dual degree programmes is made only after all applications have been received and the relevant programme deadline has expired. Candidates are then notified as to the outcome of their application two to three months after the selected programme's application deadline.

Contacts

Guillaume Sarrat de Tramezaigues
Executive Director – Department of Economics
guillaume.sarratdetramezaigues@sciences-po.org

Claudine Lamaze
claudine.lamaze@sciencespo.fr

Emeric Henry
Director of Sciences Po's PhD in Economics
emeric.henry@sciences-po.fr