Tuition & Fees 2016-2017

This page is designed to provide comprehensive tuition and fee information for all Université Paris-Dauphine programs. The list includes tuition and fees for National University Diploma degree programs, as set annually by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research (MENESR), as well as tuition and fees specific to Université Paris-Dauphine as decided by the university's Board of Directors. 

In addition to university tuition and fees, students are required to register for student Social Security health coverage, payable upon registration. Social security health coverage contributions for the 2016-2017 academic year have been maintained at their previous level: 215 euros.

1/ Bachelor's programs

Bachelor's in the Organization Sciences year 1See tuition scale below
Dauphine Global Bachelor's (GBD) London - Bachelor's years 1 and 211,900 euros
Dauphine Global Bachelor's (GBD) Madrid - Bachelor's year 17,500 euros
Bachelor's in Mathematics & IT for the Decision and Organization Science (MI2E) - Bachelor's years 1 and 2530 euros

The above tuition amounts include computer room fees and access to Dauphine's E-data resources.

Bachelor's in the Organization Sciences years 2 and 3530 euros
Bachelor's in Mathematics & IT for the Decision and Organization Sciences (MI2E) year 3189.10 euros (Standard Public University Tuition)

 

Tuition for the Bachelor's in Organization Sciences year 1 is subject to a sliding resource-based scale.

Click here to download an explanatory note

Tuition varies according to an income-based scale, determined using students' N-2 resources. For the 2016-2017 academic year, the level of tuition will be calculated based on gross taxable income for the 2014 fiscal year (2015 French tax declaration). The 2016-2017 tuition scale is as follows:

Gross taxable incomeTuition*
Income below 40,000 eurosTuition is waived*
Income between 40,000 and 50,000 eurosStandard French Public University Tuition
Income between 50,000 and 60,000 euros275 euros
Income between 60,000 and 70,000 euros550 euros
Income between 70,000 and 80,000 euros825 euros
Income between 80,000 and 100,000 euros1,100 euros
Income between 100,000 and 120,000 euros1,375 euros
Income between 120,000 and 140,000 euros1,650 euros
Income between 140,000 and 160,000 euros1,925 euros
Income above 160,000 euros2,200 euros

*With the exception of the preventive medicine fee (5.10 euros in 2015-2016)

Students whose tax residence (if they are fiscally independent of their parents) or whose parents' tax residence is outside of the European Union and who provide a tax certificate to that effect, pay a flat tuition of 2,200 euros and are not eligible for any reductions or waivers.

Qualified Tuition Reduction:

Student's whose gross income or whose parent's gross income is above 70,000 euros and whose tax residence is in France or in a European Union country, may be eligible for one of the following two qualified tuition reductions: 

  • A reduction of 275 euros is available to families who have 2 or more children studying in a post-baccalaureate program. Justifying document: a photocopy of the non-Dauphine sibling's student card from the current or previous academic year.
  • A reduction of 275 euros is available to students whose family's tax residence is outside of the Ile-de-France region. Justifying document: official tax notification bearing the address outside of Ile-de-France. If the family has moved outside of Ile-de-France since the last official tax notification, an official proof of domicile dated within the past 6 months may be substituted.

Students who are repeating pay a flat 550 euro tuition fee.

The tuition amounts include computer room fees and access to Dauphine's E-data resources.

2/ Master's programs

Master's programs261.10 euros

The tuition amounts listed above include a 5.10 euro mandatory preventive medicine contribution but do not include optional and non-refundable computer room and digital data access fees:

  • computer room fee: 90 euros
  • digital data access fee: 60 euros

3/ Grand Établissement Master's programs (DGE)

Click here to download an explanatory note.

Tuition varies according to an income-based scale, determined using students' N-2 resources. For the 2016-2017 academic year, the level of tuition will be calculated based on gross taxable income for the 2014 fiscal year (2015 French tax declaration). The 2016-2017 tuition scale is as follows:

Income below 35,000 euros Standard French Public University Tuition
Income between 35,000 and 40,000 euros 1,650 euros
Income between 40,000 and 50,000 euros 2,200 euros
Income between 50,000 and 60,000 euros 2,750 euros
Income between 60,000 and 70,000 euros 3,300 euros
Income between 70,000 and 80,000 euros 3,850 euros
Income between 80,000 and 100,000 euros 4,400 euros
Income between 100,000 and 120,000 Euros 4,950 euros
Income above 120,000 Euros 6,050 euros

The above tuition amounts include computer room fees and access to Dauphine's digital data resources.

Students whose tax residence (if they are fiscally independent of their parents) or whose parents' tax residence is outside of the European Union and who provide a tax certificate to that effect, pay a flat tuition of 6,120 euros and are not eligible for any reductions or waivers.

Qualified Tuition Reduction

Student's whose gross income or whose parent's gross income is between 35,000 euros and 70,000 euros and whose tax residence is in France or in a European Union country, may be eligible for one or both of the following two qualified tuition reductions:  

  • A reduction of 550 euros is available to families who have 2 or more children studying in a post-baccalaureate program. Justifying document: a photocopy of the non-Dauphine sibling's student card from the current or previous academic year.
  • A reduction of 550 euros is available to students whose family's tax residence is outside of the Ile-de-France region. Justifying document: official tax notification bearing the address outside of Ile-de-France. If the family has moved outside of Ile-de-France since the last official tax notification, an official proof of domicile dated within the past 6 months may be substituted.

Click here for a list of the Grand Établissement Master's programs (DGE)

Exception: Master's in Journalism

Tuition for the Master's in Journalism does not follow the income-based scale. Tuition is identical for all students. Université Paris-Dauphine Board of Directors has set 2016-2017 tuition for the Master's in journalism at 4,690 euros.

4/ Magistère – multidisciplinary programs

Magistère in Banking, Finance and Insurance (BFA): Year 11,530 euros

Magistère in Banking, Finance and Insurance: years 2 and 3

Tuition varies according to an income-based scale, determined using students' N-2 resources. For the 2016-2017 academic year, the level of tuition will be calculated based on gross taxable income for the 2014 fiscal year (2015 French tax declaration). The 2016-2017 tuition scale is as follows:

Income below 35,000 eurosStandard French Public University Tuition
Income between 35,000 and 40,000 euros1,650 euros
Income between 40,000 and 50,000 euros2,200 euros
Income between 50,000 and 60,000 euros2,750 euros
Income between 60,000 and 70,000 euros3,300 euros
Income between 70,000 et 80,000 euros3,850 euros
Income between 80,000 et 100,000 euros4,400 euros
Income between 100,000 et 120,000 euros4,950 euros
Income above 120,000 euros6,050 euros

The above tuition amounts include computer room fees and access to Dauphine's digital data resources.

Students whose tax residence (if they are fiscally independent of their parents) or whose parents' tax residence is outside of the European Union and who provide a tax certificate to that effect, pay a flat tuition of 6,120 euros and are not eligible for any reductions or waivers.

Qualified Tuition Reduction

Student's whose gross income or whose parent's gross income is between 35,000 euros and 70,000 euros and whose tax residence is in France or in a European Union country, may be eligible for one or both of the following two qualified tuition reductions: 

  • A reduction of 550 euros is available to families who have 2 or more children studying in a post-baccalaureate program. Justifying document: a photocopy of the non-Dauphine sibling's student card from the current or previous academic year.
  • A reduction of 550 euros is available to students whose family's tax residence is outside of the Ile-de-France region. Justifying document: official tax notification bearing the address outside of Ile-de-France. If the family has moved outside of Ile-de-France since the last official tax notification, an official proof of domicile dated within the past 6 months may be substituted.
Magistère Interim year765 euros

5/ Dauphine University Diploma programs

Post Master's 1 interim year with an internship contract (convention de stage)765 euros
Post Master's 1 interim year without an internship contract (convention de stage)Standard French Public University Tuition (Master's)
Dauphine University Diploma in notarial Law (DSN) Standard French Public University Tuition (Master's)
Management in Developing Countries:2,040 euros
The Principals and Practices of Islamic Finance4,400 euros
Preparation for French Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams2,500 euros
Preparation for French Civil Service Exams (PCA)860 euros
Preparation for the DSCG (French Chartered Accountants) Exam Module UE1 and UE4500 euros per UE Module

The tuition amounts listed do not include optional and non-refundable computer room and digital data access fees:

  • Computer room fee: 90 euros
  • Digital data access fee: 60 euros

6/ PhD programs

PhD programs396.10 euros

The above tuition includes computer room access fees and a mandatory preventive medicine contribution of 5.10 euros; it does not however include the optional and non-refundable digital data access fee of 60 euros.

7/ Non-degree certificate programs

CEJ (Law Certificate) 1st year:210 euros
CEJ (Law Certificate) 2nd year:340 euros
Certificate in Modern Languages and Contemporary Issues110 euros
Certificate in Financial Risk Management195 euros
Certificate in Quantitative Finance195 euros

8/ Qualified Tuition waiver

Upon presentation of an official justifying document, the following students may qualify for a complete tuition waiver:

  • CROUS-EGIDE scholarship beneficiaries and Foreign beneficiaries of French Government scholarships
  • Students who are refugees and hold an OFPRA refugee and stateless persons' card
  • Disabled students (who have a recognized disability equal or superior to 80%)

Students who benefit from a complete tuition waiver will be required to pay only the mandatory 5.10 euros preventive medicine contribution.

9/ Dauphine Athletics Membership Card

The Dauphine Sports Card is required to access sports facilities and activities. The card costs 70 euros per academic year (50 euros for scholarship beneficiaries); it is optional and non-refundable.

10/ Payment

Dauphine accepts the following means of payment:

  • Cash: French regulations now require that all tuitions and fees over and above 300 euros de paid by check or credit card. NO cash payments will be accepted.
  • Check on a French bank account

    • If the checking account-holder is present, he/she must present an official ID along with the check
    • If the checking account-holder is not present, the registering student must present the account-holder's ID or a certified photocopy thereof.

  • Payment in three installments. The first payment is due when you register. The second and third installments will be debited respectively one and two months following registration.
    All installment payment requests must be accompanied by:

    • RIB/IBAN (banking ID and routing numbers)
    • The payer's official ID if he/she is present, or a certified photocopy thereof if the payer is not present at the time of registration.

Without the above documents, your registration will not be considered complete.