International mobility

The Master Program in Development Economics has multiple cooperations with top universities in Emerging Countries. Our program is trully international. Students are coming from all over the World with more than 20 nationalities represented every year. We have multiple cooperations with top universities in emerging countries. We propose prestigious students' mobility programs at the master 1 level, as well as a specific track at Cairo Univerity.

Partnerships

Agence Française de Développement

Agence Française de Développement is contributing to the program by proposing case studies to students of our Master in Sustainable Development, supervised by AFD staff members. AFD website.

The African Development Bank Group

The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) or Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD) is a multilateral development finance institution. The AfDB's mission is to fight poverty and improve living conditions on the continent through promoting the investment of public and private capital in projects and programs that are likely to contribute to the economic and social development of the region.

Celestin Monga, chief economist of the AfDB is giving lectures on development policies at the Master 1 level. Our research group contributes to the research activities of the AfDB, especially to the African Economic Outlook.

Cairo University

Cairo University is one of the most prestigious university in emerging countries. We have a partnership with the Economics and Political Science Faculty. A joint Master Degree in Development Economics will open in 2019. Every year, several students from the Master 1 follow a semester of courses in Cairo (7 students in 2018-2019).

University of Cape Town

University of Cape Town is one of the leading university in development studies worldwide. They offer a Master in Economic Development. Students of our Master 1 have the possibility to spend one semester at UCT to study development. Studying Development at UCT.

Pontificia Javeriana University

We are offering a student mobility program in Bogota at Pontificia Javeriana University. The Department of Economics at Pontificia Javeriana is one of the most prestigious in Latin America. The faculty is currently made up of 21 full-time professors whose interests comprise of a wide variety of fields. Its research strenghts lie in Applied Microeconomics, Development Economics, and Experimental Economics. Students from Javeriana can get a double-degree from Pantheon-Sorbonne University. Visit the Master website

Fudan University

We have a close cooperation with the School of Economics of Fudan University. We propose a joint Master Program in Sustainable Development & Globalization.

Global Education Monitoring Report - UNESCO

The Master Program have a partnership agreement with the Global Education Monitoring Report - UNESCO. they propose topics for case studies, and interships to our students working on education and development.

Vigeo Eiris

As a rating and research agency, Vigeo Eiris evaluates organisations’ integration of social, environmental and governance factors into their strategies, operations and management – with a focus on promoting economic performance, responsible investment and sustainable value creation.
Vigeo Eiris is contibuting to the program by providing case studies to our students in sustainable development, supervised by one staff member of Vigeo Eiris. We also have a research partnership with the agency. Our team is contributing to their scientific activities and researches. Website.

The "Sorbonne Sustainable Development"

The "Sorbonne Sustainable Development" Graduate School aims to create a centre of excellence for research and study (international, interdisciplinary and unifying at the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne). This centre of excellence will provide a coordinated, enticing and sustainable response to the University's significant potential for contributing to the field of Sustainable Development. The Graduate School is one of the results of commitments made by the majority of University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne faculties to incorporate sustainable development at the very core of the University.

The International Research Group on International Development Economics

The International Research Group on International Development Economics is the initiative of the Centre of Studies and Research on International Development (CERDI). The network is extensively addressing topics related to international development economics, organized around the two main areas of micro and macroeconomics, as well as a third emerging field combining both environmental and natural resource economics.