Economics serving society


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The MSc EDCBA is a Master of Science in economic calculation for investment decisions, applied to numerous sectors of the economy. It responds to a real need among firms and administrative organisations for economic assessment of investment projects. It puts together the academic excellence of degrees offered by the École des Ponts ParisTech with the innovative approach taken in courses accredited by the Paris School of Economics.

This Masters of Science programme, taught entirely in English, is open to Students and young Professionals who hold a Bachelor, Masters 1 or 2 degree.

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This teaching programme responds to a real need among private and public entities. It links skills in economic analysis with an aptitude for innovation that is required for the cost-benefit analysis of investment projects.

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EDCBA promotes dialogue between scientific research and new professional practices. It aims at training executives working in private and public sectors in jobs related to project evaluation and management. In this area, the demand for highly skilled executives is significant (consulting firms, banks, large industrial firms, government agencies, energy providers, regulatory authorities...), but these firms look for managers and analysts able to deal with complexity and multiple stakeholders, rather than pure specialists

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The MSc EDCBA is based at the PSE campus in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. This brand new 12500 m² building houses around 1500 researchers, students, and administrative teams of the PSE and the Ecole normale supérieure. The Jourdan campus offers ideal conditions: numerous classrooms and working spaces, a 300-seat amphitheater, a library with more than 50000 books, a student home…

The MSc EDCBA brochure

The EDCBA program is entirely taught in English: to read all the available information about the courses, the admission process, the job prospects... download the pdf brochure.

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