This Mathematics and Economic Decision programme at Toulouse School of Economics benefits from the strength of both the TSE’s Mathematics and Economics departments. Interdisciplinarity is very important in recent developments in research, for example at the interface between optimization and statistics.
These developments have wide and natural applications in economics and in the industry: artificial intelligence, big data, game theory, high-dimensional analysis, machine learning, network analysis, stochastic analysis, etc.
The first year is dedicated to acquiring a broad and rigorous knowledge in mathematics and statistics and its applications to economics.
The second year of this program is particularly targeted to students interested in research-based training in applied mathematics and statistics. It could be viewed as the first year of a Ph.D. program in the north American system. Successful students who are interested in a Ph.D. in applied mathematics and statistics can apply to grants with the help of the TSE faculty to fund the remaining years of the Ph.D. in Toulouse or outside Toulouse.
The Ph.D. can be either academic or professionally oriented.
The second year of the Master can also be a good fit for a student interested in research-based learning but who prefers a professional integration directly after the Master, for example as a mathematical engineer with a strong background in Economics.
Alternatively, after the first year, the students may apply to other second year Master’s programs at TSE. The second year of the Master Data Science for Social Science is particularly suited for a professional integration after the Master. Students who become more interested in the Ph.D. in Economics may apply to the second year of the Master Economic Theory and Econometrics.
- Intermediate econometrics
- Mathematical Statistics
- Strategic Optimization
- Advanced Analysis
- Professional Development
- 24 months
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DisciplinesEconomics Mathematics Financial Mathematics View 14 other Masters in Financial Mathematics in France
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
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- Students with an undergraduate degree who majored in Economics or Economics and Mathematics at the Toulouse School of Economics TSE and able to justify a good English level are eligible to enroll in the M1 program “Mathematics of Economic Decision", international track entirely taught in English. or
- Students with an undergraduate degree in an "economics and mathematics" or mathematics , and who are able to justify a good English level. French or foreign students with a degree and credits considered equivalent, and who are able to justify a good English level
International3770 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3770 EUR per year during 24 months.
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