Double Degree in Economics and Finance (MEF)
The double Master's Degree in Economics and Finance (MEF), jointly organized by Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Université Paris-Dauphine, allows selected students to attend courses in both Universities and obtain a double degree: Master’s Degree in Economics and Finance or Master’s Degree in Economics, Finance and Sustainability and Master Economie et Ingénierie Financière.
The dual-degree program is reserved to students enrolled in the Master’s Degree in Economics and Finance or in the Master’s Degree in Economics, Finance and Sustainability (curriculum Quantitative Finance and Risk Management and curriculum Sustainable Finance) at Ca 'Foscari University of Venice.
Students must have a satisfactory level of proficiency in English.
How to apply
To be able to participate in the selection process, it is necessary to apply following the procedures and deadlines reported in the call for applications, published annually.
Double/joint degree selection results will be published on this webpage according to the specific timeline mentioned in the Annex A.
Calls and forms
|Call for applications 2023
The link to fill out the application form is reported in the call.
|Ranking list [ITA]
Equivalences between courses
Once selected, students must contact the program coordinator (Prof. Monica Billio) to plan in advance the plan of educational activities to attend abroad (Learning Agreement), based on the equivalence between Paris-Dauphine courses and Ca 'Foscari courses, and eventually to plan required changes in their programme of study at Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
Students will be contacted by the staff of the Welcome Unit for information about the procedures to carry out before, during and after the mobility period, taking place in the second year.
Information about scholarship possibilities can be found in the annual call for applications.
According to available funding (Université Franco Italienne), specific scholarships may be provided, in order to foster integration between Italian and French higher education systems, and thus contribute to the harmonization of university education throughout Europe.
Last update: 14/02/2024