Dauphine Facts & Figures

December 31st 2015

PROGRAMS & STUDENT BODY

Full-time degree programs

  • 6 Bachelor's and 22 Master's specializations. 94 different degree programs, including 77 in the Organization Sciences, 10 in Mathematics and IT for the Organization and Decision Sciences and 1 in Journalism
  • 8,800 full-time students: 39% in Bachelor's, 56% in Master's and 5% in PhD programs
  • 47 degree programs open to apprenticeship students (over 1,000 students)
  • 90% of 1st year students received High or Highest Honors on their Baccalaureate

Executive and continuing education 

  • 40 Bachelor's, Master's and MBA degree programs
  • 2,500 professionals trained annually
  • €12 million in revenue from executive and continuing education in 2015
  • 30% international students

Student Life

  • 41 university-supported clubs and associations bring together 1,000 student volunteers committed to humanitarian, cultural, athletic and community initiatives
  • 54 student projects receive university funding
  • 58 Master's associations promote and inform about their professional field and maintain ties with Dauphine alumni
  • 78 students with limited resources found affordable housing thanks to Dauphine Logement partnerships
  • 19 high level debates were organized by the Dauphine Discussion Debate club including the Grands Entretiens conference with B. Prot (BNP Paribas)

FACULTY, STAFF & RESOURCES

  • 569 full-time professors, researchers and lecturers
  • over 1,500 part-time lecturers
  • 485 administrative and support staff
  • €110.9 million budget for fiscal 2015
  • Own resources: 30% of the operating budget

INTERNATIONAL

  • 23 double degrees at the Bachelor’s and Master’s level, and 14 internationally based programs in Executive and Continuing Education programs
  • 18% of Dauphine graduates work abroad
  • 314 international partnerships with top-level universities: Bocconi, City University of New York (CUNY), Laval, London School of Economics (LSE), McGill, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM)…
  • 18% of our faculty is international
  • 26% of Dauphine Master's students and 23% of the overall student body come from abroad
  • 300 students study at our Tunis Campus

CORPORATE RELATIONS, FONDATION AND ALUMNI PARTNERSHIPS

  • 84% of the 2014 graduating class is currently employed, 72% hold permanent positions (2016 Pluricité/Paris-Dauphine employment survey) for an average gross annual salary of €40,221.
  • 1,500 corporate (funded chairs, research contracts, taxe d'apprentissage, apprenticeship contracts, internships…)
  • 7 university & Fondation Paris-Dauphine corporate global partners (Atalian, BNP Paribas, Carrefour, Crédit Agricole, Groupe Caisse des dépôts, Mazars, and Société Générale)
  • 40 University and Fondation Paris-Dauphine corporate partners
  • €20.3 million raised by Fondation Dauphine since 2008, of which €2.7 million from alumni and private individuals
  • 19% increase in the number of Fondation Dauphine donors (517 donors)
  • 80,000 Dauphine Alumni worldwide
  • Dauphine Alumni coordinate 30 professional and recreational clubs, regional and international Alumni Chapters and maintain a network of 47,000 alumni via social networks 

RESEARCH

  • 6 research centers, of which 4 work in association with the CNRS and 1 with the IRD
  • 1 research Institute: Finance (IFD)
  • 1 doctoral school for 5 academic disciplines: Management, Economics, the Social Sciences, IT, and Mathematics
  • 394 PhD students (of which 79 are recent admissions), 74 theses defended in 2015
  • €4.3 million annual research budget, excluding salaries and payroll taxes
  • 23 academic and research chairs, research and academic circles
  • 77 research contracts signed in 2015 for a total of approximately 4.9 million

PARIS-DAUPHINE – A FOUNDING MEMBER OF PSL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY

  • 24 member institutions
  • 18,500 PSL students: 70% in Master's or PhD programs
  • 3,200  faculty and researchers
  • 1 Idex-certified, 12 Labex-certified and 8 Equipex-certified research units
  • 22 Nobel Prizes: 10 in Physics, 5 in Chemistry, 3 in Litterature, 2 in Physiology & Medicine, 2 in Economics
  • 10 Fields Medals