Applying to a Master's program in Mathematics and Information Technologies
How to apply
Applying to Mido
Click here to apply to a MIDO Master's program in Applied Mathematics.
Programs in Applied Mathematics
Building on the strength of the CEREMADE research center (thanks to which Université Paris-Dauphine occupies 18th place in the 2012 International Shanghai Ranking), the Master's program in Mathematics and Information Technologies trains specialists in applied mathematics for modeling and quantitative analysis in the area of risk and decision-making. The program covers the following subjects: financial mathematics, actuarial mathematics, econometrics and mathematical economics, statistics and digital simulation.
- To apply for admission to a Master's program in Applied Mathematics, candidates must have successfully completed 180 ECTS course credits in the 'sciences' or equivalent subjects.
- Dauphine students who have successfully completed their Bachelor's in Mathematics will be automatically accepted to a Dauphine Master's program in Applied Mathematics.
Programs in Information Technologies
Building on the strength of the LAMSADE research center (the world-renowned Dauphine - CNRS joint research unit in Information Technologies and the Decision Sciences), the Master's program in Information Systems is designed to train specialists in Emerging Information and Communication Technologies and in Managing Scientific Organizations: managing information systems, analyzing and managing data for decision-making and optimization, project and team-management, decision-support, Business Intelligence and software development.
To apply for admission to a Master's program in Information Technologies, candidates must meet one of the following requirements:
- have successfully completed their Bachelor's degree in information technologies or in mathematics
- have successfully completed their Bachelor's degree in management or in applied economics and followed optional modules in information technologies
- have graduated from a school of management or an engineering school and followed optional modules in information technologies