The choice of a Major and Minor determines student’s mobility (for Semesters 1, 2 and 3). The potential mobility during Semester 4 is decided at the beginning of Year 2, in relation to the Master’s thesis project. The Majors and Minors are:
- Major A — Knowledge, innovation and the digital transition
- Major B — Macroeconomics, finance and the socioeconomic transition with
- Major C — Development, sustainable development and the ecological transition with
The Major and Minor determines the institution in which the student spends the 1st year (Semester 1 and Semester 2). Then, all the students spend the Semester 3 in Paris where they improve their specialisation and develop a common culture.
During Semester 4, students write their Master’s thesis (and can choose between completing a professional internship or working in a research lab). They can choose to spend this time in one of the institutions visited previously in their pathway or to go at one of the associated partner. The programme ends with the EPOG “Master’s conference” (end-June / beginning of July) and for those students interested, with a non-mandatory essay (to be issued by the end of August).
The table below summarises the mobility rules:
|Major||Minor||YEAR 1||YEAR 2|
|Semester 1 (S1)||Semester 2 (S2)||Semester 3 (S3)||Semester 4 (S4)|
|Major A — Knowledge, innovation and the digital transition||A||University of Turin||Paris|
University of Paris
In paris or at one of the partners’ or associated partners’ institutions, or any other relevant institution.
|Major B — Macroeconomics, finance and the socioeconomic transition||B1||Berlin School of Economics and Law|
|B2||University Roma 3|
|Major C — Development, sustainable development and the ecological transition||C1||University of Turin||University of the Witwatersrand|
|C2||Berlin School of Economics and Law|
|C3||Vienna University of Economics and Business|