Contact & FAQs
- Pauline Marmin - Program Coordinator. Email: summer-school psemail.eu Tel: +33(0)1 80 52 19 44 - Personal webpage : https://www.parisschoolofeconomics.eu/en/marmin-pauline/
- Ariell Reshef - Scientific Director. Email: ariell.reshef psemail.eu Tel: +33(0)1 80 52 16 15 - Personal webpage : https://www.parisschoolofeconomics.eu/en/reshef-ariell/
Can I apply to several programmes?
Yes, of course. But you will receive a separate answer for each programme.
While applying to several programmes, make sure they are not taking place during the same week while registering.
Do we get a certificate at the end of the programme?
Yes, at the end of the week, PSE provides an attendance certificates which specifies, the title and the dates of the programme. If such a certificate is not enough for your employer/university, do not hesitate to contact Pauline Marmin directly and request an official letter with the needed information.
What are the social events included in the fees?
A PSE summer school week is quite full of events! Every day, an activity is proposed, included of course in the fees:
Monday: welcome cocktail. At the end of the first day, we organize a cocktail to properly great you and welcome you to PSE. Most of the professors and the PSE Summer School director will be present.
Tuesday: Bar night. After the courses, PSE books a dedicated space for you and offer finger food and the firsts drinks. We change the location every year, the place will be confirmed to all registered participants.
Wednesday: Plenary lecture;
Thursday: A tour of Paris. By bus or by boat, we propose a tour of Paris during which you will be able to see most of the monuments of the city of light!
Friday: Farewell cocktail. The programme directors will hand in the certificates around a glass champagne on the first-floor terrace of the campus
I have been admitted, what are the next steps?
1st step: confirm your spot to the PSE administration
1 - Answer positively to the admission email
2 - Register to the programme by paying the fees corresponding to your status
2nd step: Start the administrative procedure as soon as possible
3 - Book an accommodation. PSE does not provide housing, but we’ve gathered as much information as we could on where to book a room
4 - Check if you need to apply for a VISA and start the application if needed
More info on the dedicated website
3rd step: prepare for the programme
5 - Check if there is a workshop within your programme and let the administration know if you wish to submit a paper (the deadline is mid-May to do so)...and submit it once ready
6 - Check out if there is a computer needed & if there is a software needed (see in the description of each programme and courses)
7 - Have a look at the references, and start reading them to get the best of your week here.
I wish to contact the professors who are teaching during the summer school to ask for an appointment, how can I do?
From each page “Who are the Professors?”, a link is leading you to their personal webpage. If you do not find the email address of the researcher you wish to contact, you can send your request to Pauline Marmin, she will forward it to him/her.
Does PSE offer accommodation for the Summer School participants?
PSE does not provide accomodation, but we gathered as much information as we could on where to book a room in Paris and near the campus.
What does the campus look like?
The Jourdan Campus gathers around 1500 researchers, students, and administrative teams of the PSE and the Ecole normale supérieure. Our 1-hectarecampus offers ideal conditions, and you’ll have access to the classrooms, the cafeteria, the terraces and the garden (see more picture)
Where is the PSE Campus and how to get there?
The Campus is situated in the South of central Paris: 48 boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris
To get there by public transport:
- Métro : Line n°4, station « Porte d’Orleans » [3 min walk]
- RER : Line B, station « Cité Universitaire » [5 min walk]
- Tramway : Line 3a, station « Montsouris » [2 min walk]
- Buses : n°28, n°37, n°68, n°88, n°216
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