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Diplôme Bac + 5
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Responsable de la spécialité : FLACHER DavidLANG Dany
Eligibility criteria and registration The applicant must have obtained the first year of a Master's or equivalent degree in economics, in political science, law, in developing studies provided that they have a sufficient background knowledge in economics and statistics. The degree has to be obtained before August 31. The minimum requirements in economics include 32 ECTS and the minimum in mathematics, statistics or econometrics is 12 ECTS. Students with an exceptional record of academic performance are encouraged to apply, even if they do not meet the minimal entry requirements in a strict sense. All appicants must have a good level in English and a clear motivation for the field and for international studies (see www.epog.eu for English requirements and other advices). Tuition fees: The tuition fees are highly subsidized like for all the other Master's course in France. The students have to pay about 250 euros for the year. Documents needed for the application: (i) a Full curriculum vitae, (ii) academic records (academic transcript, awarded degrees, supplement diploma...) in French or English, Proof of English proficiency (that has to be provided by July 10) except for students from countries where the instruction language is English, (iii) Statement of purpose (no more than 500 words highlighting the candidate's reasons for applying to EPOG Master's Course, any relevant academic and work experience, and future career plans), (iv) Two official recommendation letters (from teachers/professors or job supervisors) assessing the student's ability to follow the EPOG Master's Course; (v) Personal details including (see online application form) a scanned copy of the passport; (vi) Eventually documents giving details of other funding (e.g. scholarships, with name of funder or awarding authority, and value of award).
Learning outcomes, academic opportunities and employability The Master's Course aims to produce highly qualified professionals, fluent in English, able to define and assess economic policies, and evolve within different political, social and regional contexts, in particular in Europe and the emerging countries. EPOG Master's graduates will be able to address the main problems of economic policies in the age of globalisation which will prepare them to respond to real life problems. They will be able to work - in Europe and in other (developing) countries - in companies, consultancy teams or public entities such as ministries, regulatory agencies, international organisations and research centres, to improve their competitiveness and efficiency. Students will benefit from the networks and job opportunities of all partners' Masters' and from all academic and non-academic associated members (firms, trade unions, NGO...) involved in the programme. PhD grants will also be available, offering opportunities for embarking on PhD research. Métiers vises : - Programme or project manager in cooperation and development - Political analyst - Economic consultant - Researcher / Higher education