Advanced Economics From ENS Lyon

Program Overview

The Advanced Economics Track offers coherent and thorough training in economics to the highest international standards. Its main goal is to prepare students for top-level careers in research, as well as national, European, and international public institutions. With 100% of courses taught in English, the program provides solid foundations in microeconomics, macroeconomics, maths/optimization, statistics as well as econometrics, and apply them to major economic and social issues.

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  Location

LyonFrance

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  Course Duration

24 Months

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  Tuition Fee

 243

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IELTS: 6.5

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Advanced Economics

Master 1 (2021/2022)

Models

Semester 1

EUs

 

  • UE1-A | Microeconomics & Macroeconomics (12 ECTS)

 

Course
 

  •  Macroeconomics 1 (4 ECTS) ECO-4101
  •  Macroeconomics 2: International macroeconomics (4 ECTS) ECO-4102
  •  Microeconomics 1 (4 ECTS) ECO-4103
  • UE1-B | Quantitative Methods (13 ECTS)

 

Course

 

  •  Econometrics 1: advanced linear models (5 ECTS) ECO-4104
  •  Econometrics 2: time series, discrete choice (4 ECTS) ECO-4105
  •  Mathematics 1 (4 ECTS) ECO-4106
  • UE1-C | Elective courses (4 ECTS)

 

Course List

Elective courses

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  •  ENS courses of your choice (4 ECTS)
  •  Introduction to Constitutional Law and Public Law - reserved for students of the Department of Economics (4 ECTS) ECO-4109
  • UE1 - DI Languages ​​(1 ECTS)

 

Course List

A choice :

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  •  ENS courses of your choice (1 ECTS)
  •  ENS courses of your choice (1 ECTS)

 

Semester 2

EUs

 

  • UE2-A | Microeconomics & Macroeconomics (8 ECTS)

 

Course
 

  •  Microeconomics 2 (4 ECTS) ECO-4201
  •  Macroeconomics 3: quantitative economic history (4 ECTS) ECO-4203
  • UE2-B | Methods and Tools (7 ECTS)

 

Course
 

  •  Econometrics 3 (4 ECTS) ECO-4204
  •  Mathematics 2 (3 ECTS) ECO-4206
  • UE2-C | Applied Economics (12 ECTS)


Course
 

  •  Applied economics 3: Economic geography (4 ECTS) ECO-4207
  •  Applied economics 4: Public economics (4 ECTS) ECO-4208
  •  Applied economics 5: Natural resource economics (4 ECTS) ECO-4209
  • UE2-D | Vocational Training (3 ECTS)

 

Course List
 

1 course of your choice

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  •  ENS courses of your choice (1 ECTS)
  •  ENS courses of your choice (1 ECTS)

 

Master 2 (2021/2022)

Models

 

Semester 1

EUs
 

  • UE3-A | core races

 

Course

 

  •  Topics in econometrics (5 ECTS) ECO-5106
  •  Topics in microeconomics (5 ECTS) ECO-5107
  •  Machine learning and spatial data analysis (4 ECTS) ECO-5108
  • UE3-B | Specialization courses


Course

  •  Political economy (4 ECTS) ECO-5109
  •  Social Security (4 ECTS) ECO-5110
  •  Experimental economics (4 ECTS) ECO-5111
  •  Development (4 ECTS) ECO-5113


Semester 2

EUs

 

  • UE4-A | Research workgroups

 

Course

 

  •  Topics in macroeconomics (2 ECTS) ECO-5203
  •  Redistribution and taxation (3 ECTS) ECO-5112
  • EU4-B | Master's thesis and seminars

 

Course

 

  •  Research dissertation (25 ECTS) ZZTD90

 

Language proficency requirements :
 

  • English: B2 required, C1 strongly recommended

Annual tuition fees
In French public institutions of higher education, the State assumes most of the training fees (an average of €10,000 per student per year).


2020-2021 rates:
 

  • 243€ per year for a Master’s degree


Initial one-off costs
When you first begin university life there will be some one-off costs to consider.


For all students

 

  • Deposit for accommodation usually equivalent to one months’ rent
  • Health and medicine service contribution around €5
  • Insurance (accomodation and third-party liability) valid for the duration of your stay in France (if you don’t have already one) around €50


For non-european students
 

  • Stamp ANAEM (stay permit) €60 Estimated living costs in Lyon


Accomodation
 

  • €200 / €400 for a room on campus (student residences)
  • €400 / €550  € for private housing
  • Food around €300 a month
  • A meal at one of the university restaurants €3.5
  • A 250 g stick of French bread €0.90 on average

 

Rhônexpress Express Tram between Saint-Exupery airport and Lyon city center    
Single Ticket: €15


Public transport fares (metro, bus) 
 

  • Monthly travelcard: €32.50
  • 10-ticket book: €13.20

 

Housing benefit (CAF)
Students of all nationalities may apply for government housing assistance. Assistance amounts are computed case by case, based on the rental amount and the student's resources. Get more information at your arrival.

Career opportunities after this course
 

  • Research Officer
  • Research Engineer
  • University Careers

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