The MSc EDCBA is designed for new and recent graduates. Candidates with more than three years’ work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Admission to the EDCBA program is very competitive and the selection committee will pay close attention to all aspects of your application. You need to submit your online application form and supporting materials by the application deadline.
- Applications: until July 2020, apply directly on www.pse-application.eu. Once completed, your application is evaluated on a rolling basis, within 10 days. More about the requirements and applications
- Interviews and Acceptance: Preselected applicants then have an interview straight away (face to face or via video conference). Final acceptance is announced within one week.
- Courses start in September, 2020, Jourdan campus (Paris 14e)
Places: between 35 to 40 students / academic year
Tuition Fees: 15 000 euros
- Undergraduate degree: The master EDCBA is open to candidates holding a 4-year bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Engineering, Economics (with high quantitative skills), Mathematics or Statistics.
- GMAT or GRE score: We recommend that the quantitative scores are in the 90th percentile, the verbal scores are in the 80th percentile and the analytical writing score is at least 5. Official online scores must be accessible by our admissions department and not older than 5 years.
- Work experience: It is not mandatory to have any full-time work experience prior to applying to the program. However if you have any relevant experience, either full-time or via an internship, this will be considered as part of your application for the program.
- References: Two academic or professional references submitted via the application website. If you are in the process of completing a degree programme, one reference should be from your current institution.
- English language test: A test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Test Scheme (IELTS) must be taken, and all minimum scores met (unless eligible for a waiver) if either your first language is not English or you are not from a majority English speaking country, as defined by the UK Visas and Immigration office.