The Bachelor’s Double Degree in Economics and Mathematics is a three-year bi-disciplinary program offering solid and balanced training in Economics and Mathematics. It draws on the exceptional potential of the Université Paris-Saclay in these two disciplines, both in terms of higher education and research. The program is aimed at students who are particularly motivated to invest in a demanding and rigorous training program that will provide them with the tools and methods to develop their capacity for scientific reasoning.
The program awards two diplomas in three years, in Economics and Mathematics, offering access to Master’s degrees in the two disciplines, or at the interface between the two disciplines.
The 1st year (LDD1) and 2nd year (LDD2) provide students with a common base in Economics and Mathematics. In the 3rd year (LDD3), students pursue the acquisition of skills in these two disciplines, and they intertwine them through a bi-disciplinary research project. Students can follow an elective course in Economics at ENSAE and reap benefits from a different academic environment, or they can opt for an elective course in Mathematics for a more advanced specialization in this discipline (1st year of a Magister’s degree).
Strengths of the program:
- Training through research in the context of specific LDD courses
- A small cohort of students with personalized supervision
- Dual skills and a wide choice of career paths
Entry requirement & admission process
Admission is selective and enrollment is limited to 30 students. To enter the 1st year (LDD1), students should hold a general baccalaureate with a major in “Mathematics”, and have excellent transcripts in this major with a recommended background in social sciences. To be directly enrolled in the 2nd year (LDD2), students must have completed a 1st year undergraduate curriculum with an outstanding level in Mathematics, ideally with a complementary background in Economics or Quantitative social sciences. Direct admission in the 3rd year (LDD3) remains exceptional, given the program’s strong prerequisites in Mathematics and Economics.
- Admission in LDD1: Parcoursup & selection afterwards
- Admission in LDD2 and LDD3: eCandidat platform
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