Admission

  • How to apply

    To apply for the Panthéon-Sorbonne Master's degree in Economics, students must provide the following:

    • A detailed CV in English
    • A cover letter describing interest in the programme, accomplishments, and future plans, specify if you would like to enroll in the PSME Financial Economics track or which specialized M2 program you hope to do if this is your wish (max: one page)
    • Certified English translations of academic transcripts
    • A copy of Bachelor's Degree in Economics (in case you are still an undergraduate student, please send us your transcript and as soon as you graduate and have your degree, send us a copy of it)
    • GMAT or GRE score if available (especially if your undergraduate degree is not in Economics)
    • An English language certificate: TOEFL scores (no older than 3 years, at least 550 for PBT; 80 for IBT; 213 for computer-based test) of at least 550 or another certificate deemed to be equivalent. If available, the TOEFL can be substituted by: PTE with an academic score of at least 54 or IELTS with an average score of at least 6.5
    • Two letters of recommendation
    • A copy of your passport
    • The following application form, Please indicate in the application form if you would like to enroll in the PSME Financial Economics track or other specialized M2 program you hope to do if this is your wish:

    Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

    All items of the application should be sent :

    - by e-mail to psme.ees@univ-paris1.fr  in one pdf file

    AND

    - by mail in a single envelope to:
    Panthéon-Sorbonne Master in Economics, Bureau C2202
    Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
    90, rue de Tolbiac
    75013 Paris
    France

  • Tuition Fees

    There are no application fees. The tuition fee for the academic year of the PSME is set to 6500 euros:

    If you are accepted by the admission committee, you will receive a link to pay these fees. The reservation fee is set to 500 euros that you should pay within 3 months after your admission and at least before 31st May. You should pay the remaining fees by 15th July. Starting in 2018 all students enrolling in a higher education institution in France must pay  CVEC fee (PDF 384 Ko) to support student life and campus life in France via https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/. The CVEC fee is not collected by the University nor the PSME program.

    The tuition fee covers 60 ECTS credits of courses in the Fall and the Spring semesters, which corresponds to what is required per year in the Bologna system.

    Some outstanding students from developing countries and having financial difficulties can obtain a partial exemption to  500 euros/year. You should provide your resource justification and a letter explaining your situation.

    These fees do not cover photocopies, books, accommodation, health insurance, meals, or general expenses. However,  reservation, library access and internet access will be provided.

  • Deadlines

    Up to 60 students can be accepted in this programme (including up to 30 from the Fudan Program).

    All applications are examined and answered on an on-going basis. Hence the earlier you apply, the more likely you are to be accepted.

    WARNING: It is highly recommended that candidates submit their application as early as possible. Given the success of the program we will probably open a waiting list well before the May 1st deadline.

    Note that early application is a prerequisite to be able to apply to scholarship programs, notably those offered by the French foreign affairs services.

    Early application also guarantees your access to one of the student rooms that we pre-book for PSME students at the Cite Internationale Universitaire de Paris.

    Also note that the reservation fee has to be paid before the 31st of May and the remaining fees have to be paid by the 20th of July.

  • Selection Procedure

    We examine applications on an on-going basis. We provide our first batch of responses in January.
     
    We will only consider your application after both an electronic AND a hard copy version have been received. For those who apply before January, you should receive an answer within the month of January by email. For those who apply between January and May, we will give you an answer within one month after receiving your applications. The admissions are done on a rolling basis, so the earlier you apply, the better your chances of acceptance.

    If you do not hold a BA in economics, but have a university degree involving math and/or economics, you may still apply. The admission committee will decide if your economic background is sufficient for the PSME program. All those fitting this description who have additionally achieved a high standing from their university are encouraged to apply.

    Your proficiency in English is essential for the PSME program. If your mother tongue is English or you have been studying in English, you are exempted from providing an English certificate.

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