Master economics Paris :an Excellence Programme
The Master Erasmus Mundus Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics (QEM) is a master Economics France.
The Faculty of Economics at Pantheon Sorbonne University (http://master-economics-qem.univ-paris1.fr/) is one of the most reputed Economics departments in France and in the world.
The University has a wide network throughout the world which guarantees to students high-level and internationally recognized training. Conferences and debates with leading international economists are organised all the year round. The number of students is limited to 50 which is a condition to quality teaching and recruitment of outstanding students.
This master economics France is an international graduate degree taught full-time over two years and has been designed by a Consortium of four European Universities. Mobility is important because students have to study at two of the four participating universities from the Consortium during the course. Students are awarded a QEM Joint Degree.
A course for maths and economics lovers
Applicants to the QEM Master economics Paris should have studied mathematics and applied mathematics, quantitative economics or finance but other backgrounds are accepted if the students show enough interest in economics and can prove their mathematical aptitude. They must be fluent in English because courses are taught in this language.
The participation cost is 6.000,00 Euros per year for European students. Studies can be financed through scholarships and grants.
The first year programme includes microeconomics and macroeconomics, econometrics, statistics and mathematics for economics. On the second year students must choose a specialization course and work on a research project or internship report.
Graduates can choose a wide range of careers in economics, macroeconomics and financial forecasting, financial engineering, research and much more. An extensive career assistance is provided to the students. The job placement record is excellent.