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    For the 2-year programme (Erasmus Mundus)

    After the successfully completion of the programme (120 ECTS), each student receives:

    A joint or multiple degree awarded together by* the University of Technology of Compiègne, Sorbonne University and the University of Paris,
    * the institution(s) in which he/she has spent the first year (according to the table below).
    A diploma supplement Students will also receive a diploma supplement detailing the acquired knowledge and skills.

    Joint (J) or multiple (M) degree awarded
    (* when it may still be a multiple – and not joint degree –  for the Cohort starting in September 2020; The name of the degree may change in Turin and Roma when switching from a multiple to a joint degree)
    Major AMajor BMajor C
    B1B2C1C2C3
    University of Technology of Compiègne, Sorbonne University, University of Paris

    Master in “Economic Analysis and Policy”
    (Master “Analyse et Politique Economiques”)
    J*JJ*J*JM
    University of Turin

    Master's degree in “Economics of the Environment, Culture and Territory”
    (Corso di Laurea magistrale in “Economia dell'Ambiente, della Cultura e del Territorio”)
    J*J*
    Berlin School of Economics and Law

    Master of Arts in “International Economics”
    JJ
    University Roma Tre

    Master’s degree in “Economic Sciences”(Corso di Laurea magistrale in “Scienze Economiche”)
    J*
    Vienna University of Economics and Business

    Master of Sciences in “Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy”
    M
    University of the Witwatersrand

    Master of Commerce in “Applied Development Economics”
    J*J

    The aim of the consortium is to create, over time, a joint degree for each Major/Minor. Note that the exact names of the degree can change due to local changes in the organisation of the degrees.

    For the 1-year programme

    Students who have successfully completed the the 1-year programme (60 ECTS) receive:

    The Master's degree in "Economic Analysis and Policy" (Analyse et Politique Economiques)from the University of Technology of Compiègne, Sorbonne University and the University of Paris.
    A diploma supplement Students will also receive a diploma supplement detailing the acquired knowledge and skills.

    Note that students in the 1-year programme are not considered as "Erasmus Mundus" students by the European Commission.
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