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Starting day - Third year and MiE Students
The starting day for the ingeneering cycle 3rd year, and second year of Master in Economics will be on October 3rd 2022: MiE students are expected at 9:15 am in the ENSAE hall. Ingeneering cycle 3rd year students are expected at 1:15 pm in the ENSAE hall. This day is optional for 3rd year students from the integrated program who attended the first day of classes on August 29th. This day is preceded by a hybrid presentation of the tracks and...
International Conference on "Cyber risk-actuarial modeling"
The closing conference of the Joint Research Initiative "Cyber risk: actuarial modeling" will gather professional and academic experts on cyber-risk and cyber-insurance. It will be the occasion to confront different viewpoints and to present new developments in the field of cyber risk evaluation.
Paola Ricou, 3rd year engineering student
Paola is a third year student in the engineering cycle in the Economics Policies and Dynamics track followed by a Master's degree in Environmental, Energy and Transport Economics at the University of Paris-Saclay. She was recruited through the Concours Commun Mines-Ponts (CCMP). She comes from a PC* prep school at the Masséna high school in Nice.
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in data science, economics, quantitative sociology, finance, actuarial science
Ingénieur ENSAE program
The ENSAE Paris engineering program is a multidisciplinary curriculum combining a high-level foundation of skills in applied mathematics, economics, computer science, statistics, econometrics, and machine learning, and a progressive specialization in three years leading to one of six specialization tracks. The ENSAE engineer is both an expert and a generalist in data, capable of collecting, processing, modeling and interpreting it for decision-making purposes.
ENSAE Paris has set up a double degree program to enable its students and those of its partner schools to take advantage of the complementarities between their training and the ENSAE engineering curriculum. These programs concern the three Parisian business schools, the ENS, certain engineering schools and Sciences Po.
Civil Servant training ("Administrateurs Insee")
ENSAE Paris trains INSEE administrators, who are the senior managers of the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies. The high-level, multidisciplinary scientific training in social sciences and applied mathematics provided by ENSAE Paris is rooted in the specific nature of INSEE, whose missions combine economic studies and statistical production.
Located on the Paris-Saclay plateau, on the campus of the Institut Polytechnique de Paris, ENSAE Paris offers students a dynamic environment designed to encourage encounters, initiatives, inter-school projects and social ties.
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From engineering degrees to advanced masters, double degrees and research masters, join our educational community in a stimulating study and research environment.
ENSAE Paris establishes partnerships with companies to improve their visibility among students and encourage the emergence of joint teaching and research projects.
Training at ENSAE benefits from a very high level of faculty and research environment, thanks to the presence of the Center for Research in Economics and Statistics (CREST) on its premises.
With more than 8,000 alumni around the world, ENSAE Paris relies on a solid network of alumni with extremely diverse careers in the private sector, the public sphere and academia.