Structure and content overview
The chosen specialisation (Major and Minor) determines most of the student's mobility: one or two different universities during Year 1 and a (long) semester in Paris (September-February) during Year 2. For the last semester, students have the opportunity to their Master’s thesis in the most relevant context for their project, which can be a “research lab environment” or a “professional internship”.
The course teaching is structured around three Majors, covering three main areas of economic policies:
The core design of the EPOG Master’s relies on the development of an expertise in a specific field and a general understanding of interdependencies among economic policies with a precise, consistent and continuous course progression, as evidenced by the detailed content of each Major/Minor.