Master mention Analyse et politique économique parcours Microéconomie Internationale et Financiarisation - EPOG (economic policies in the age of globalization)

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Master mention Analyse et politique économique parcours Microéconomie Internationale et Financiarisation - EPOG (economic policies in the age of globalization)

Résumé de la formation

  • Type de diplôme: Master (LMD)
  • Domaine: Droit, Economie, Gestion
  • Mention: Analyse et politique économique (APE)
  • Parcours type(s):
    • Microéconomie Internationale et Financiarisation - EPOG (economic policies in the age of globalization)
  • Nature de la formation: Diplôme
  • Niveau d'étude visé: BAC +5
  • Composante:
  • Public cible:
    • Demandeur d’emploi
    • Étudiant
    • Salarié - Profession libérale
  • Formation continue
  • Formation initiale
  • Validation des Acquis de l'Expérience: Oui
  • Formation à distance: Non

Présentation et Objectifs

Présentation

EPOG (Economic Policies in the Age of Globalisation) is an international Master’s course in which
students are being awarded a double diploma. Primarily in English, EPOG is based on the
specific and internationally recognized skills embedded in each of the institutions taking part
in EPOG, namely the Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany), Kingston University (United Kingdom), the University of Witwatersrand (South Africa)
the University degli Studi Roma Tre (Italy)
, Université Paris Diderot and Université Paris 13.

Objectifs

The key objective of EPOG is to train high-level experts in macroeconomics, finance,
sustainability and the ecological transition. EPOG is an innovative and unique master program
that systematically articulates sustainability issues with macroeconomics, innovation, corporate
responsibility and development. Seasoned experts in critical thinking, endowed with a broad
culture in economics and management, students graduating from EPOG are able to bring a new
perspective to the complex economic phenomena as they occur in today’s globalized world.

Compétences visées

The value added:

Most Master's degrees in economics focus on very narrow fields or specific regions of the world. The added value specific to the EPOG Master's course is its provision of the dual skill of expertise in a particular field and the ability to deal with the complex and systemic dimensions of economic policies, which to our knowledge is not provided by any other European Master's course in economics. The EPOG Master's will:

- provide students with in-depth skills to deal with different economic areas that generally require specialized training;

- include multidisciplinary contributions (law, sociology, geography and history, etc.) all of which are necessary for proficiency in economic policies in the context of current changes in the global economy.

The program is based on the specific institutional and holistic approaches of economic policies.

An expertise in the field of knowledge and innovation... and more:

In the track, the economic policies of knowledge and innovation is the main area of the course teaching, with particular emphasis on applied approaches, theories based on real national systems and regimes of innovation, and an interdisciplinary approach (notably economics and law of intellectual property and economics of education and culture, which constitute main pillars for a knowledge economy). In order for the students to be able to deal with the complex and systemic dimensions of economic policies, lectures will be given on topics such as the analysis of macroeconomic dynamics and policies in real and financial dimensions, or such as development policies.

Organisation

Organisation

Students choose between two options:

I. International Macroeconomics, Financial Regulations and Sustainability, coordinated by
Université Paris 13, focuses on understanding and modelling the global macroeconomic
context and on economic policy-making in open economies. Key topics include the underlying
structural causes of growing income inequality and how financial instability influences growth
and development patterns in the globalized world and how innovation, finance and governance
can be changed in order to put sustainability issues at the core of the decision-making process.

II. Development and Sustainability: Policies, States and Corporations, coordinated by Université
Paris Diderot, puts more focus on the role of corporations and other key stakeholders and on
sectoral approaches. The goal is to analyse how authorities can successfully promote innovation,
economic development and environmental policies. The transition to a low-carbon economy in
the face of a potentially devastating climate change is a central theme in this option.

Further information about EPOG 2.0 can be found on the dedicated website

The detailed contents of EPOG 2.0 depend on the option chosen. Click on this link for further information

Stage

Optionnel

Stages et projets tutorés

An internship can be done during the 4th Semester (M2).

Contrôle des connaissances

Depending on the course (continuous  evaluation, final exam…).

Aménagements particuliers

Students can go for one Semester abroad (Semester 4) at one of the EPOG associated partners.

 

Admission

Conditions d'admission

Eligibility criteria and registration:

For being enrolled in Master 1:

The applicant must have obtained a Bachelor or equivalent degree (180 ECTS) in economics, in political science, law, in developing studies provided that they have a sufficient background knowledge in economics and statistics. The degree has to be obtained before August 31. The minimum requirements in economics include 24 ECTS (including macroeconomics and international economics for option B) and the minimum in mathematics, statistics or econometrics is 6 ECTS. Students with an exceptional record of academic performance are encouraged to apply, even if they do not meet the minimal entry requirements in a strict sense. All applicants must have a good level in English and a clear motivation for the field and for international studies (see www.epog.eu for English requirements and other advices)

 

For being enrolled in Master 2:

The applicant must have obtained the first year of a Master's or equivalent degree (240 ECTS) in economics, in political science, law provided that they have sufficient background knowledge in economics and statistics. The degree has to be obtained before August 31. The minimum requirements in economics include 32 ECTS and the minimum in mathematics, statistics or econometrics is 12 ECTS. Students with an exceptional record of academic performance are encouraged to apply, even if they do not meet the minimal entry requirements in a strict sense. All applicants must have a good level in English and a clear motivation for the field and for international studies (see www.epog.eu for English requirements and other advices).

 

Annual tuition fees:

The tuition fees are highly subsidized like for all the other Master's course in France. The students have to pay around 250 euros for the year.

 

Documents needed for the application:

(i) a Full curriculum vitae, (ii) academic records (academic transcript, awarded degrees, supplement diploma...) in French or English, Proof of English proficiency (that has to be provided by July 10) except for students from countries where the instruction language is English, (iii) Statement of purpose (no more than 500 words highlighting the candidate's reasons for applying to EPOG Master's Course, any relevant academic and work experience, and future career plans), (iv) Two official recommendation letters (from teachers/professors or job supervisors) assessing the student's ability to follow the EPOG Master's Course; (v) Personal details including (see online application form) a scanned copy of the passport; (vi) Eventually documents giving details of other funding (e.g. scholarships, with name of funder or awarding authority, and value of award).

Pré-requis nécessaires

The admission requirements are the following:

A Bachelor’s or equivalent degree (180 ECTS) in economics. Candidates who plan to graduate by 31st July will be provisionally accepted and will be required to provide copies of their degree certificates by the 31st August. For Non-European applicants, the degree must be obtained and sent before the 15th of July. Students with academic backgrounds other than economics (political science, law, international relations, business administration) may be considered provided applicants can prove they have validated the equivalent of 24 ECTS in economics and 6 ECTS in statistics/econometrics/mathematics.

A good level in English, in particular minimum and recent test scores with TOEFL (Computerbased: 237; Paper version: 580; Internet version: 92 or above), IELTS (6.5); Cambridge Proficiency Examination (C), Cambridge Advanced English Test (B), CERF (B2). Knowledge of French, Italian or German is not mandatory, but is taken into account. Those students concerned must provide official proof of their language skills (foreign language diploma or DIALANG European test). A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test score (not mandatory) of at least 450 for verbal reasoning, 4.1 for analytical writing, and 650 for quantitative reasoning.

A clear motivation for the field and for international studies.

Please consider thoroughly the options to which you apply for since the focus of courses, the degrees they lead to, the host institutions and countries differ according to the option and the major.

Sont autorisés à s'inscrire

Future private and public leaders.

French and Foreign students.

Modalités de candidature

Details and platform available on www.epog.eu.

Droits de scolarité

Contribution Vie Étudiante et de Campus : 90 euros.

Pour obtenir l'attestation CVEC, se connecter à www.messervices.etudiant.gouv.fr

et avec votre compte à https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/

Et après

Poursuite d'études

Students willing to continue their studies can write a PhD. Students in EPOG 2.0 are prepared to the PhD through their master thesis, in the last semester of their M2.

Insertion professionnelle

Jobs in higher education and research (lecturers, associate professors, professors,
research fellows)

High-school teachers

Economic experts for national or international organizations (associations, trade
unions, NGOs, central banks, firms)

Social expert, consultant, especially in ecological transition

Project Manager

Managerial staff in public administrations (State, local governments)

Executive in charge of implementing public policies


Economic journalist

Contacts

Responsable(s)

Dany LANG

Contact(s) administratif(s)

Bensalem Rhyma

Gestionnaire formation


Tél : 01 49 40 44 42

Email : fathiarhyma.bensalem @ univ-paris13.fr

Contact(s) Formation Continue

Contact formation continue


Tél : 01 49 40 37 64

Email : acc-cfc @ univ-paris13.fr

Contact validation des acquis


Tél : 01 49 40 37 04

Email : svap-cfc @ univ-paris13.fr

Contact(s) Orientation et Insertion Professionnelle

Service Valorisation, Orientation et Insertion professionnelle de l’Etudiant (Campus de Villetaneuse)

Grand Hall (sous les amphis 5, 6, 7)

Tél : 01 49 40 40 11

Email : gestion.voie @ univ-paris13.fr

En bref

Durée 2 ans

120 crédits ECTS

Langue d'enseignement Français, anglais

Capacité d'accueil 10-20 students

Infos pratiques

Lieu(x) de la formation

  • Villetaneuse
  • La Plaine Saint-Denis

International

Cursus international Programme international

Mobilité internationale

Depending on the option chosen, students spend their first year in a different institution. For option I, International Macroeconomics, Financial Regulations and Sustainability, the three possible choices are:

A International economics and governance: BSEL during the first year, then Paris 13

B Political economy and finance: Kingston U. during the first year, then Paris 13

C Structural change, inequality and employment: Roma Tre during the first year, then Paris 13

Stage à l'étranger Optionnel (5 mois)

Poursuite d'études à l'étranger

The M2 is backed-up by the CEPN(Paris 13) and the LADYSS (Paris 7), two research centers affiliated to the prestigious French "National center of
scientific research".

The other partners that can accommodate students during their fourth semester, while they are writing their master theses, are the institutions taking part in the programme, namely:
The Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany)
Kingston University (United Kingdom)
the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)
and University degli Studi Roma Tre (Italy)