EPOG + (Economic POlicies for the Global transition) – Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree
The Economic POlicies for the Global transition (EPOG+) is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in economics, supported by the European Union. It offers a world-class integrated Master’s programme on the (digital, socioeconomic, ecological) transition processes with a pluralist approach and interdisciplinary perspectives. It involves more than 40 partners and associate partners in Europe and the world.
- France: University of Technology of Compiègne (coordinator), Sorbonne University, University of Paris
- Italy: University of Turin, University of Roma 3
- Germany: Berlin School of Economics and Law
- Austria: Vienna University of Economics and Business
- South-Africa: University of the Witwatersrand
- And more than 30 Associated Partners in the world
Download the Link identifier #identifier__186264-1EPOG+ leaflet.
To have more information, please visit the official Link identifier #identifier__178411-2EPOG+ website
EPOG 2 (Economic POlicies in the age of Globalisation)– International Master’s course
The core design of the EPOG 2.0 Master 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: semester 1 and 2 for the basics of the specialization (in Paris and Rome), semester 3 for advanced courses and for providing a common culture to all the students, semester 4 for enhancing and applying learning outcomes in the context of a research lab or of a “professional environment”. In order to provide students with knowledge and skills in specific fields of expertise, students will have to choose one of two options and then opt for a major within either. Mobility derives from this dual choice.
In support of our trans-national mission the program draws from the collaboration and complementarities of nine prestigious universities, all of which offer excellent, internationally recognized, and well-established Master’s programs in Economics:
- Université Paris 13 – Sorbonne Paris Cité (France)
- Université Paris 7 – Diderot – Sorbonne Paris Cité (France)
- Università degli studi di Torino (Italy)
- Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany)
- Kingston University (United Kingdom)
- University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) (South Africa)
- Seoul National University (South Korea)
- Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
- University of Massachusetts – Amherst (USA)
Within the integrated framework each university will provide complementary and interdisciplinary expertise in economic policy.
Students will have to choose among three options which will partly determine the mobility between the institutions:
Option A – Knowledge and innovation policies
Option B – International macroeconomics and financial policies
Option C – Development policies
The main instruction languages will be English and French. However, students who want to study only in English will have this possibility.
All the students will be awarded a multiple Master’s degree from the Universities of Paris 13 and Paris 7 and from the institution visited in the 1st year.
To be enrolled, students must have obtained a Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in economics or in political science or law (with sufficient background knowledge in economics and statistics).
To have all the information, please visit the Link identifier #identifier__125886-3official website of the study course