QTEM Master’s Program
QTEM, Master’s Program
QTEM, Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management, is an international network that brings together outstanding students, academic partners, and international corporations. QTEM was launched in September 2012 with financial support from the Bernheim Foundation.
The QTEM Master’s program is designed to develop skills in analytical and quantitative techniques, and decision-making in an international context.
To receive the QTEM Certificate, all QTEM Master’s students are required to have gained international experience by studying and working in at least three different countries, including mandatory academic exchanges at partner universities and internships. All students must have completed at least 300 hours of corporate or institutional internship during their 2-year Master’s program.
To qualify for a QTEM exchange, students must be in good standing at their home institution and show a minimum 650 GMAT score (or GRE equivalent).
Students who successfully complete their QTEM Master’s requirements are awarded a Université Paris-Dauphine Master’s degree along with a QTEM Master’s certificate.
For more information on QTEM and its member institutions:
- Or click here to download the QTEM presentation (format PDF)
- "QTEM selects outstanding students from each academic partner"