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Program Structure

Each year is divided into three trimesters, with the first two devoted to classes (9 weeks each), presentations and projects. The last trimester takes the form of an end-of-year internship.

Year 1 of the program involves principally theory-based teaching, focusing on fundamentals and methodologies of the disciplines studied, and finishing with a four-month internship period.

In year 2, students follow an in-depth curriculum with applied courses. A six-month internship then forms the final chapter of the program

Each trimester, students take:

  • mandatory courses in microeconomics or econometrics
  • mandatory courses in econometrics or data analytics
  • mandatory courses in corporate finance
  • one extra elective course
  • classes in sports, modern languages, social sciences and management

Each week, students attend three to four science classes and a personal development class (management, languages, civilization, sport). In addition to the academic classes with professors, our students regularly attend lecture series given by guest professionals, during which they are occasionally required to make presentations.

During the two years, the focus moves from academic classes and exams toward more project-oriented courses (data research, essay writing, etc.).

Overall, classes are taught by academic professors and researchers, as well as by professionals.

YEAR 1

First period (mid-September to mid-December)

Three mandatory core courses (3x4 ECTS)
ECO556: Industrial Organization
ECO552: Econometrics I
ECO554: Corporate Finance

One elective course to be chosen among (4 ECTS):
ECO557: Market Design
ECO572: Environmental economics & policy in cities
ECO553: Financial Decisions under Risk 1
ECO559: Urban Eco. & Housing Market
ECO579: Case Studies in Finance

One elective MIE course to be chosen among (4 ECTS):
MIE555: Fudamentals of Stategy & Innovation
MIE556: Marketing & Strategy Introduction

Second period (January to March)

Three mandatory core courses (3x4 ECTS)
ECO562 : Econometrics II
ECO583 : Business Economics
ECO568 : Advanced Corporate Finance

One elective course to be chosen among (4 ECTS):
ECO588 : Digital Economics
ECO580 : Competition Policy
ECO582 : Financial Decisions under Risk 2
ECO589 : Bitcoin and Fintech
ECO662 : Supply Chains

ECO586 - Merger & Acquisition

Two Mandatory Business Games (4 ECTS):

ECO563A : Business Game I
MIE541A and B : Business Game II

First & second periods

ECO611 : Lecture series in Finance and Economics (3 ECTS)

One Foreign language module (French language module for non-French speaking students) - 3 ECTS
Two modules of Humanities and French Culture (HFC551, HFC552, HFC553; HFC561 or HFC562) - 3 ECTS
Sport - 2 ECTS

Third period - March to June/August

4-month internship - 19 ECTS
 


YEAR 2

In Year 2, students have access to three courses offered by our partner ENSAE, one of the leading French graduate schools in the fields of statistics, economics, finance and actuarial science.

First period (mid-September to mid-December)

Four mandatory courses (4x4 ECTS)
ECO650 : Firms and Markets 
ECO651 : Econometrics of Competition 
ECO652 : Valuation of Start-ups

One mandatory MIE course (4 ECTS)
MIE554 : Business model in digital era

One elective course to be chosen among (if not chosen in Year 1; 4 ECTS)
ECO559 : Urban Eco. & Housing Market
ECO572 : Environmental Economics & Policy in Cities
ECO553 : Financial Decisions under Risk 1
ECO557 : Market Design
ECO579 : Case Studies in Corporate Finance

Second period (January to March)

Three mandatory courses (3x4 ECTS)
ECO660 : New technologies and the sharing economy
ECO563 : Financial Markets
ECO680 : Big Data

One mandatory MIE course (4 ECTS)
MIE562 : Case studies on innovation

One elective course to be chosen among (if not chosen in Year 1; 4 ECTS)
ECO682 : Bayesian Methods for Marketing*
ECO683 : Quantitative Marketing*
ECO580 : Competition Policy
ECO588 : Digital Economics
ECO589 : Bitcoin & Fintech
ECO662 : Supply Chains

ECO586 - Merger & Acquisition

*classes in the ENSAE building

First & second periods

ECO611 : Lecture series in Finance and Economics (3 ECTS)

One Foreign language module (French language module for non-French speaking students) - 3 ECTS
One module of Humanities and French Culture (HFC651 or HFC652; HFC661 or HFC662) - 3 ECTS
Sport : 2 ECTS

Third period - March to June/August

6-month internship in France or abroad 19 ECTS

Please note this list is indicative of the structure of the program and may be subject to change.