Master's Programs

Access to master's programs requires holding a bachelor's degree and follows a shortlisting process that takes into account the grades obtained during the 6 to 8 semesters of undergraduate studies.

Admission requirements

Master in Economic Analysis and Public Policies


Master in Quantitative Economics


Master in Political Science


Master in Global Affairs


Master in Behavioral and Social Sciences for Public Policies



For the 2024 intake

December 15th2023

Opening of the admissions period

You can apply by creating an account or log in with your social media accounts via FGSES admissions platform starting December 15th

March 31st2024

Final date to submit applications

All applications must be submitted before march 31 at 23h59. Due to the significant number of applications, technical issues may be expected during the last day. If encountered before, the admissions office will be glad to assist you. Early applications are encouraged.

May04th- May 05th- May11th May12th2024


If your application is selected for the oral entrance exam step, you will be able to choose a time slot and date on the admissions platform to plan your arrival. Applicants living abroad or having travel difficulties may express their need for teleconference arrangements.

Starting May 22nd2024

Admission results

The early admission results announce your selection by the chosen program committee. The final admission decision will be received during July and will take into account your grades and the successful completion of your undergraduate degree. For the Quantitative economics program, an additional bootcamp must be succeeded before receiving the final decision.