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The Master of International Economics has been awarded the "GPEX" (Graduate Program of Excellence) label as part of the MINERVE (France 2030) project. As such, selected students in the Master's program could benefit from funding in M1 and M2 (e.g. excellence scholarships, subsidized internships). More information in the Minerve poster here.
The Master of International Economics (Master IE) ,
located in the heart of the Loire Valley
and an hour from Paris city centre 


For whom ?

The Master IE welcomes all students applications from all over the world, with at least 3 years of  economic majors and/or engineering (+ economic minors)  backgrounds.


Who will be teaching ?

 The Master is being taught by a number of experts in international economics from Academia (with a solid research background) and professional experts, working in some of the most prestigious institutions analyzing international trade  (World Bank, CEPII, AFD, ECB, Banque de France,  etc...)  


What you will learn

​The Master proposes  a full training in International Economics topics (International Trade, Migration and Capital Flows, Development Economics), with a very solid formation in Econometrics to be applied on International Economics topics


For which types of  Jobs ?

The Master IE leads to many jobs related to international economics and data analysis. Some of them are listed below:

  • Data analysis positions

  • Consultancy  in international institutions

  • Researcher/Analyst of the international economy in the private and public sectors

  • Country Risk analyst, Analyst of Macro Cycles in the financial sectors


How it is organized 

Studies are organized by semesters. From September 2020 on, the first three semesters studies take place at Orléans University while the fourth semester is reserved to internships and Thesis writings.


In which sectors of the Economy ?

The Master’s program is designed to meet the needs of the following institutions:

  1. Public or mixed Pubic-Private administrations (ministries, research centres, lobbying agencies, etc...)

  2. The private sector involved in international economics and finance (Multinationals, Banks, rating Agencies...)

  3. International institutions and NGOs in the world

Find us on: 
- Twitter: @Master_intecon
- LinkedIn: Search for "Master IE (International Economics) " and ask for connexion
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