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EPOG+ Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree

The EPOG+ (Eco­no­mic POli­cies for the Glo­bal tran­si­tion) Eras­mus Mun­dus Joint Mas­ter Degree (EMJMD) is one of the only 4 Master’s pro­gramme in eco­no­mics in Europe with this label of excel­lence. It offers scho­lar­ships for both Euro­pean and non-Euro­pean students.

The stu­dents (30−40 per intake) bene­fit from an inte­gra­ted net­work bet­ween 8 pres­ti­gious part­ner uni­ver­si­ties in 5 coun­tries (offe­ring excellent, reco­gni­sed and well esta­bli­shed Master's courses), 8 non-aca­de­mic asso­cia­ted part­ners – major inter­na­tio­nal orga­ni­sa­tions and glo­bal actors (for inter­n­ships / exper­tise) and more than 20 aca­de­mic ins­ti­tu­tions world­wide on all the pro­gramme fields (hos­ting / super­vi­sing stu­dents for their last semester).

Context and objectives

A consistent rethin­king of eco­no­mic poli­cies and well-inte­gra­ted eco­no­mic exper­tise is requi­red to over­come the main upco­ming chal­lenges, in par­ti­cu­lar the loo­ming eco­lo­gi­cal cri­sis, the per­sistent finan­cial fra­gi­li­ties and the gro­wing income and wealth inequa­li­ties and the trans­for­ma­tion rela­ted to the digi­tal era. The EPOG+ Eras­mus Mun­dus Joint Mas­ter Degree gives birth to a new gene­ra­tion of inter­na­tio­nal experts for public and pri­vate sec­tors, able to define and assess eco­no­mic poli­cies for that glo­bal (digi­tal, socioe­co­no­mic and eco­lo­gi­cal) tran­si­tion, and to evolve within dif­ferent poli­ti­cal, social and regio­nal contexts. In addi­tion to an exper­tise obtai­ned in a spe­ci­fic field of eco­no­mic poli­cy (as done in tra­di­tio­nal Mas­ters), the stu­dents get a glo­bal pers­pec­tive on inter­de­pen­den­cies and inter­ac­tions bet­ween eco­no­mic policies.


The 2‑year pro­gramme pro­vides com­ple­men­ta­ry and inter­dis­ci­pli­na­ry exper­tise in eco­no­mic policy:

  • In the first year, stu­dents focus on "Know­ledge and inno­va­tion poli­cies and digi­tal tran­si­tion" (Major A) or on "Inno­va­tion and deve­lop­ment" (Minor C1) at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Turin; on "Inter­na­tio­nal eco­no­mics and gover­nance" (Minor B1) or on "Inter­na­tio­nal macroe­co­no­mics and deve­lop­ment" (Minor C2) at the Ber­lin school of Eco­no­mics and Law; on "Socioe­co­no­mic and eco­lo­gi­cal eco­no­mics" (Minor B2) at Uni­ver­si­ty Roma Tre; on "Sus­tai­nable deve­lop­ment and eco­lo­gi­cal tran­si­tion" (Minor C3) at Vien­na Uni­ver­si­ty of Eco­no­mics and Busi­ness. Stu­dents with Minors C1 & C2 spend Semes­ter 1 in Europe (Ber­lin or Turin) and Semes­ter 2 in South Afri­ca (Uni­ver­si­ty of Witwatersrand);
  • All stu­dents spend the Semes­ter 3 in Paris (UTC, Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty, Uni­ver­si­té de Paris) to improve their know­ledge in rela­tion to the cho­sen Minor and deve­lop a com­mon culture in eco­no­mic poli­cies interdependencies; 
  • In Semes­ter 4, stu­dents write the Master's the­sis (by com­ple­ting a pro­fes­sio­nal inter­n­ship or wor­king in a research lab). The cur­sus ends with a "Master's conference".

The one-year pro­gramme (M2) cor­res­ponds to Semes­ters 3 and 4 of the two-year programme.

The main ins­truc­tion lan­guages are English (and French for some courses). Only English is pos­sible. Stu­dents receive a mul­tiple or joint degree from the institution(s) on their pathway.

To be enrol­led, can­di­dates should pos­sess a Bachelor's or equi­va­lent degree in eco­no­mics or any other Bachelor's (pro­vi­ded suf­fi­cient back­ground in eco­no­mics / sta­tis­tics). A good level of English is requi­red and a clear moti­va­tion for the field.

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