Call for applications
The call for applications to the 1-year programme is now open.
Additional students can be enrolled directly in the second year (“1-YEAR-PROGRAMME students”).The responsibility for these students belongs to the Universities of Paris 13 and Paris 7. It does not involve the responsibility of the other partners. 1-YEAR-PROGRAMME students will pay the regular French national Master’s tuition fees. The successful students will only be awarded a Paris 13 APE degree if they are in Option I or a APE Paris 7 degree if they are in Option II. With the exception of the awarded degrees policy, these students and the 2-YEAR-PROGRAMME students will be treated similarly. Once again, the application packages, similar to those of the 2-year programme, are examined by members of the teaching staff, this time from Paris 7 and Paris 13 only. A number of candidates are then interviewed through Skype by at least two professors from Paris universities, and a selection is made with criteria that are very much identical to those of the 2-year programme. The requirements are the same but with a Master or equivalent 4-year degree (240 ECTS minimum).
Click HERE to access the application platform. To apply for the 1-year programme, please select “Applicant Master 2 (1 year)”.
UPDATE – The new deadline is July 7, 2019 (23:59 PM, Paris time).
There are a few extra spots available for the EPOG 1-year programme. Therefore, a new call has been lauched until July 7, 2019 (23:59, Paris time).
Please read carefully all the following pages regarding the new EPOG 2.0 Master programme :
If you have any question concerning the EPOG course and your eligibility, the application form or a technical problem, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please do not send us emails with attachments since they will not be considered. Attach all relevant documents to your online application only.
Nb: The enrollment fees for Paris 13 displayed in the EPOG 2.0 Participation costs and scholarships section results from the partial exemption of registration fees which students will be able to benefit starting in September 2019. This decision is however subject to the official approval of the Board of the Université Paris 13 on March 15. Please read the position of the President of the Université Paris 13 on the decision to increase fees for non-European students in French universities : in French or in English.
Policy brief – June 2019
The June 2019 edition of the “Policy Briefs” prepared by the EPOG Students and Alumni Association has been released. The series of policy briefs offers an analysis of topical issues and derives recommendations.
Nuoya Chen, EPOG graduate from the 2015 cohort and currently researcher and Marie Curie ITN Fellowship for the HEART-ITN.EU project, proposes her new publication on the Use of wearables for health management in the aging population.
Publications – November 2018
Two publications have been released by the EPOG academic staff :
Abecassis P. and Coutinet N. (2018). Economie du médicament. Repères / Economie n°716,128 p.
Guttmann R. (2018). Eco-Capitalism. Carbon Money, Climate Finance and Sustainable Development. Palgrave Macmillan, 321p.
More information here.