House of Finance
The House of Finance is Université Paris-Dauphine’s Pole of Excellence in Finance. Inaugurated in 2015, it is a key component of the university’s strategic commitment to implement new organizational models, and foster and develop long-term partnerships with members of the financial and academic communities.
Finance, a field central to all Paris-Dauphine disciplines
Université Paris-Dauphine takes pride in its multidisciplinary approach to Finance. The university offers programs in a comprehensive range of disciplines including Economics, Management, Mathematics, the Social Sciences, and Law - all fields where Paris-Dauphine is recognized for its academic and research excellence and for the quality of its graduates.
Paris-Dauphine programs are open to full-time and apprenticeship-track undergraduate and graduate students, and to practicing professionals through continuing education programs. Curriculum is professionally-oriented, preparing graduates for careers in all areas of finance and business.
Finance is a field of study that touches on themes, and develops knowledge, skills and tools common to all of Paris-Dauphine's academic departments and research centers. By bringing together Paris-Dauphine‘s finance-oriented curriculum, research centers, and industry professionals under a single banner, the House of Finance has created a dynamic and productive eco-system that benefits academics, research and the financial community alike.
House of Finance: a collaborative ecosystem that unites academic and financial communities
The House of Finance brings together over 30 degree academic programs, 100 faculty and research fellows, 8 academic and research chairs and initiatives, as well as numerous corporate partners, around a broad spectrum of subjects and issues.
The House of Finance aims to unite faculty, researchers, students, and the financial community in a collaborative ecosystem where they can work together on cross-disciplinary subjects of common concern, contribute to implementing new organizational models, and foster and develop long-term partnerships with members of the academic and business communities.