Call for applications
The call for applications to the 2-year programme is now closed.
The deadline was January 30, 2020 – 14:00 (Paris time).
Click HERE to access the joint EPOG2.0/EPOG+ application platform.
In order to apply for EPOG2.0, you will be redirected to the joint EPOG+/EPOG2 platform. Under “Campaign”, pick “EPOG+”. You will then be able to choose which EPOG2.0 and/or EPOG+ options you want to apply to.
Please read carefully all the following pages regarding the EPOG2.0 Master programme before applying:
Please note that the Option II is not open to applications for the academic year 2020-2022.
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If you have any question concerning the EPOG course and your eligibility, the application form or a technical problem, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EPOG alumni Karsten Köhler (Cohort 2016) has been awarded the prestigious EAEPE-Simon Young Scholar Prize for his article “Finance-driven business cycles in emerging markets? An empirical assessment of minskyan endogenous cycle approaches”. Read more about it here.
Policy brief #7 – February 2020
The february edition has been written by PhD.Joël Rabinovich (EPOG 2016).The multiple relations between investment and profit oblige us to take all of them into account if we are looking for meaningful solutions for society.
Policy brief #5 and #6 – October 2019
The October 2019 editions 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.
Tom C. dos Santos, former EPOG students of the 2015-2017 cohort and currently Lecturer at the Centro Universitário Avantis, offers his latest researches on the topic Dollar centrality and Renminbi’s rise: challenges and prospect.
Due to the burning topicality in the UK, the EPOG Students and Alumni Association published a second policy brief this month. This edition, untitled No-Deal Brexit: Trick or Treat(y) – Uncertainty and the Future of the UK Economy has been written by Louis Daumas, EPOG graduate from the 2019 cohort.