The choice of the options and majors determines part of the students mobility.
The options and majors are:
- Option A – Knowledge and innovation policies
- Option B – International macroeconomics and financial policies (with Major B1 – “International economics and governance” or Major B2 – “Political economy and finance”)
- Option C – Development policies (with Major C1 – Knowledge, industrial and local development” or Major C2 – “Macroeconomic development and finance”)
The option and Major determines the institution in which the student spends the 1st year (Semester 1 and Semester 2). Then, all the students spend the Semester 3 at University of Paris 13 where they improve their knowledge in specific fields (special focuses) and develop a common culture in economic policies interdependencies.
In the 4th semester, students write the Master’s dissertation (and can choose between completing a professional internship or working in a research lab). They can choose to spend this time in one of the universities visited previously or to go to the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Seoul National University or the University of Massachusetts. The Master’s course ends with a “Master’s dissertation conference”.
The table below summarises the mobility rules: