Magistère Ingénieur Économiste

The Magistère Ingénieur Economiste programme provides high level training  in quantitative methods and economic analysis, leads to three diplomas in three years (a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree and the Magistere diploma), and has a vocational orientation.


  • Innovation: tools of economic analysis, statistics and Data Science programme in the training tracks, closely linked to the evolution of the professional world
  • Proactive training: teamworking, project management training, pedagogy conducted in interaction with the professional world to confront theory with real operational applications, internships
  • International: semester abroad, bilingual teaching, double degrees
  • PhD programme for students desirous  of following up with a doctoral thesis after the master

The Magistere aims to improve students’ knowledge of quantitative techniques not only as they are applied in economics but also in the fields of finance. The programme includes a number of modules from the BA in Economics and Finance, and the  Master Economics so that students obtain both a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree as well as the Magistere diploma.

Theoretical and technical knowledge will be developed for data analysis, undertaking projects, and for application in a vocational context through internships.


The first year of the Magistère Ingénieur Économiste is closely linked to two bachelor's degrees from the Faculty of Economics and Management:

  • L3 Economics-Finance of the Economics-Management BA degree taught in Marseille,
  • L3 Mathematics-Economics of the Mathematics and Computer Science Applied to Human and Social Sciences BA degree taught in Aix-en-Provence.

The second and the third of the Magistère are closely linked to the master Economics, Master Econometrics-Statistics, Master Finance.



Students who have already spent two years in higher education in Economics and Management, Applied Mathematics or in Classes Préparatoires (CPGE) and who are well-versed in quantitative techniques. Entry onto the Magistere programme is selective, based on written application and an assessment of how well a student has fared in the first two years of higher education. In certain cases, students may be invited for interview.

Entry to the Magistère is selective on the basis of the student's academic record after a Licence 2 or a CPGE. Candidates are likely to be called for an interview.


International Mobility

A semester abroad is an integral part of the programme (examples of destinations: UK, Italy, Hungary, Portugal, United States, Finland, Canada, Norway, Spain, South Korea, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, etc.).

Students can also spend their second year (M1) abroad as part of the double master's degrees offered with the universities of Konstanz, Tübingen, Lisbon, Venice and Kent.

Courses taken abroad are validated by equivalence. Extensive English language training is an important part of the first year programme in order to prepare for mobility.


MAG1 Marseille pedagogical manager: Gaëtan FOURNIER, gaetan.fournier[at]
MAG1 Aix-en-Provence pedagogical manager: Sullivan HUE, sullivan.hue[at]
MAG2 Marseille pedagogical manager: Eva RAIBER, eva.raiber[at]
MAG3 pedagogical manager: Karine GENTE, karine.gente[at]
MAG1 secretary: Manelle BENAMEUR, manelle.benameur[at], Phone : + 33(0)4 13 55 26 30
MAG2 secretary: Sarah WUILLEMOT, sarah.wuillemot[at], Phone: +33(0)4 13 55 26 32
MAG3 secretary: Emilie ALPACCA, emilie.alpacca[at], Phone: +33(0)4 13 94 44 22