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Since 1999, the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Université Paris-Dauphine have been offering a double diploma, UAM-Dauphine. This program enables students to simultaneously obtain a diploma from both universities. Several double degree programs are thus available.

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Applied Economics

Université Paris-Dauphine offers a Franco-Spanish course to students holding a degree in Applied Economics which enables them to obtain a double Master.

- A degree in Economics

- A Master in Applied Economics


Eligibility requirements:

Students in L3 Applied Economics, with a good level of Spanish.

Selection of the candidates:

- To integrate these programs, the students are selected by a commission in which both partners are represented.

- At the Université Paris-Dauphine, the candidates are selected via their application files, after a language evaluation test. The selection of the candidates takes place during the second semester of the university year preceding departure for Madrid.

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Mathematics

GRADUATE PROGRAM IN MATHEMATICS, DOUBLE DEGREE MASTER PROGRAM at the UAM and the Université PARIS-DAUPHINE
This degree is obtained from the Master Program in Applied Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics of the UAM and the Master Programs of "Equations in Partial Derivatives" (Uncertain and Determinist Modelization) or "Statistical and Financial Engineering" or "Statistical Treatment of Information" from the Department MIDO (Mathématiques et Informatique de la Decision et des Organisations) at the Université Paris-Dauphine (UPD).

Eligibility Requirements

Students enrolled in the Master Program in Applied Mathematics of the UAM must  take at least 24 credits of course work at  the UAM and at least 24 credit hours of course work in one of the specializations of the Master Program at the Université Paris-Dauphine. At least 16 of these credits correspond to M2 level courses.
Students enrolled in one of the specializations of the Master Program at the Université  Paris-Dauphine must take at least 24 credits of course work at the UPD and at least 24 credits of course work in the Master Program in Applied Mathematics at the UAM.  At least 16 of these credits correspond to M2 level courses.
The UAM will  endorse the credits of the students at the UPD Likewise; UPD will endorse the credits of the students at the UAM. The Master dissertation can be written under the supervision of a tutor from one of the two universities, or under the supervision of two tutors, one from each university. Once the students fulfill the requirements from both universities, they will be awarded a Master Degree in Applied Mathematics  from the UAM and a Master Degree in the chosen specialized subject from the UPD.

Selection procedure and tutor assignment

For students from the UAM, applications for the Double Degree Program are accepted once a year. The Graduate Committee of the Department of Mathematics of the UAM will select up to five students. High grades and a good knowledge of French will be taken into account in the selection process.
For students from the UPD, applications to the Double Degree Program are accepted once a year. The Committees in charge of each of the specialized subjects from the Master Program in the UPD will select up to five students. High grades and a good level of Spanish will be taken into account in the selection process. Each student will have two tutors (one from each university) for guidance concerning the choice of courses and counseling for the duration of the program.

Reception and funding

Both Universities will help students in the search of accommodation and to deal with funding through their corresponding offices. Furthermore the students can also benefit from Erasmus programs.