31st January 2011 - Countdown before the opening of PSE Masters 1st admission session for the 2011/2012 academic year

APE Master

The graduate programme Analysis and Policy in Economics (APE) offers high-level, research-oriented courses in theoretical and applied economics.
The APE programme is well- established as one of the leading graduate programmes in economics in Europe and is jointly organized by a number of top French academic institutions: EHESS, ENS, ENSAE, Ecole polytechnique, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech and HEC.

  • Deadline for applications (entering in M1 or in M2)
    1st session : deadline 18th March 2011 (application forms available mid-February - see the list of required documents)
    2nd session : 11th June 2011
  • More information : visit the dedicated APE website

ETE Master

The ETE Graduate Program “Theory and Empirical Methods in Economics » of University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne in the Paris School of Economics selects around 60 students to offer them a top level teaching for research through research activities in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, or International Economics.
This programme framework is the Economic Magistère at Paris 1, which has developed an ambitious internationally-renowned graduate programme over the past 20 years.

  • Deadline for applications (entering in M1 or in M2)
    Foreign students : 14th of March 2011 (submission process to be opened on March the 1st)
    French students : (M1)1st of April 2011, (M2)2nd of May 2011
  • More information : visit the dedicated ETE website

PPD Master

This programme aims to prepare students to become expert in designing, analysing and evaluating public policies in both developed and developing countries. It combines rigorous training in analytical and quantitative economic methods with an emphasis on both policy and practice. Two top French academic institutions support the PPD programme : EHESS and ENPC-Ecole des Ponts ParisTech; AFD and IRD are also major partners of this programme. Finally, it is organized in close cooperation with J-PAL, ENS and CEPREMAP.

  • Deadline for applications (entering in M1 or in M2)
    1st session : deadline 18th March 2011 (application forms available mid-February - see the list of required documents)
    2nd session : 11th June 2011
  • More information : visit the PPD admissions page