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Université Paris Dauphine

Study at the Université Paris-Dauphine: unique for its entrepreneurial, project-based approach and commitment to the highest international academic standards.

Program Overview

About Université Paris-Dauphine

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Established in 1968 in the former headquarters of NATO, Université Paris-Dauphine is unique in the world of French universities for its entrepreneurial, project-based approach and commitment to the highest international academic standards. It aims to educate and train future generations of executives, entrepreneurs, leaders and scholars to be both experts in their respective domains but also socially responsible, cultured, open-minded members of the community. Paris-Dauphine strives to rapidly become THE French university of reference in our field internationally for students, faculty and researchers as well as for companies seeking executive training programs or looking to engage in applied research. Paris-Dauphine prides itself on its selectivity while favoring equal opportunity; maintaining academic and research excellence; promoting an open and international outlook and educating students to constantly broaden their point of view. Université Paris-Dauphine is constantly moving ahead.


Term Dates

Université Paris-Dauphine offers IBEX opportunities in the fall and spring semesters.

  • Fall semester: September to December
  • Spring semester: January to May

Dates are approximate and may be subject to change.


Housing and Living Costs

  • Housing: on-campus student residences range from €350/month (double room) to €1000/month (one room apartment). Private accommodation ranges from €500 to €1000/month. There is a limited number of rooms available in the on-campus student residences, so students must apply as early as possible.
  • Food: €240 – 300/month.
  • Books and necessary class materials: €70/month.
  • Transportation: €50 – 75/month.
  • Insurance: approximately €215. (In France, every student under 28 years old is required to register for the French student social security insurance system).
  • Visa: $190 USD for Campus France registration, $30 for VFS processing, and approximately $110 for a Long Stay Student Visa.

€ = Euro

Find out more about IBEX tuition, housing, and other logistics.


Language of Instruction

French and English


Student Services

The student services available to exchange students include:

  • Dauphine Buddy Program
  • French Conversation Program
  • More than 30 student clubs and organizations
  • Sports facilities
  • Cultural visits to Versailles and Parc Astérix

Academic Information

If you are accepted to IBEX, you will attend two individual advising meetings to plan and revise your schedule: one with NYU Stern Academic Advising and one with the NYU Stern International Programs team. As you build your academic schedule for your semester abroad, carefully review and consider the following course information.


IBEX Course Information

  • You may take a full semester of business classes while abroad on IBEX.
  • Leave room for at least two general electives in your schedule. This allows you to:
    • Take interesting, location-specific courses not offered at Stern, and
    • Have more flexibility during the course registration process.
  • Reference the IBEX Course Guide: What you can or cannot take.
    • You can take a maximum of two classes per concentration.
    • Accounting courses cannot be taken for credit toward the Accounting or CPA majors/concentrations.
    • All IBEX grades will transfer back to NYU Stern as Pass/Fail.


Previously Approved Courses

  • Listed below are courses that were taken previously by Stern IBEX students and have already been approved for a specific NYU equivalent.
  • There is no guarantee that the courses listed here will be offered during the specific semester you study abroad. It is important to be flexible. Have a Plan A and Plan B and the space to take some electives.
  • If a course is already listed below as approved, it does not need to be reviewed again, unless you want to see if it will count towards a new requirement.


Finding New Courses

  • You are not limited to only taking the courses listed on this page.
  • If you see a course on Dauphine's website that you would like to take, but it is not listed below, you must submit the syllabus to Stern’s International Programs team for approval.
  • Once Dauphine publishes its confirmed courses for the semester you will be attending, you can revise your list as needed based on what is being offered.


Special Notes

  • Historically, Dauphine courses have been 6 ECTS, which transfer back to NYU Stern as 3 credits each. However, more recently, Dauphine has changed some of its course offerings to now be worth 3 ECTS, which transfer back to NYU Stern as 2 credits each. Please double-check the syllabus of each course you are taking to confirm the number of credits and ensure you are enrolled as a full-time student at NYU.


List of Approved Courses

Course Title AbroadNYU CreditsCourse Equivalent at NYUSemester Taken
0IECOX04: History of Economic Thought3Texts and IdeasFall 2022

 0IELSY14 – Migrations in Globalization (Global Media)

3Cultures and ContextsSpring 2024

 Global Media (0IELSZ04)


 Cultures and Contexts

Spring 2024
0ISSLY01 Hezbolla: Reinventing the Relationship Between Islam, Armed Struggle, and Politics3Cultures and ContextsSpring 2020

 0IBUSY02 Corporate Social Responsibility 


 SOIM-UB 12 Professional Responsibility & Leadership (PRL)

Spring 2024
International Business Ethics3SOIM-UB 12 Professional Responsibility and Leadership (PRL)Fall 2018

 0IBUSY31– Successes & failures of Innovations in Finance


 Advanced Finance Elective

Spring 2024
Globalization of Firms3Advanced Finance ElectiveSpring 2022
0IECOY07 Regional and Urban Economics3Advanced Finance ElectiveFall 2021
Fixed Income Markets3Advanced Finance ElectiveFall 2019
M4G105A / M4G105B International Finance3Advanced Finance ElectiveFall 2015
Private Equity2FINC-UB 32 Private Equity FinanceSpring 2022
Corporate Finance3FINC-UB 7 Corporate FinanceFall 2019
UE109 Derivatives Instruments and Markets3FINC-UB 43 Futures and OptionsFall 2018
M4G 415A: Financial Analysis and Financing Engineering3FINC-UB 41 Equity ValuationFall 2018
MSO64A Derivatives Market3FINC-UB 43 Futures and OptionsFall 2015

 0IELSX11 – Management Technologies


 Advanced Management Elective


 4MMEOZ32 Strategic Management


 Advanced Management Elective

Fall 2023
3LMGOX62 Management Control2Advanced Management ElectiveFall 2023
0IBUSX09 Corporate Strategy3Advanced Management ElectiveFall 2023
0IBUSY05 Management Control3Advanced Management ElectiveFall 2021
0IELSY06 Cross-cultural Communication and Management3Advanced Management ElectiveFall 2021
0IELSX10 Company Culture3Advanced Management ElectiveSpring 2020
Strategic Management3Advanced Management ElectiveFall 2018

 0IBUSY05 – Management Control


 MGMT-UB 1 Management and Organizations

Spring 2024
0IBUSY06 Principles of Marketing3MKTG-UB 1 Introduction to MarketingFall 2021
01BUSX13 - Data Science For Marketing Analytics3Advanced Marketing ElectiveFall 2024

 Luxury Marketing (0IBUSY26)


 Advanced Marketing Elective

Spring 2024

 International Consumer Behavior (0IBUSY10)


 Advanced Marketing Elective

Spring 2024

 Marketing of the Luxury Sector

3MKTG-UB 84 Luxury MarketingFall 2022

 International Marketing

3MKTG-UB 64 International Marketing StrategyFall 2022
0IBUSY09 Operations Management3OPMG-UB 1 Operations ManagementSpring 2020
Data Science for Marketing Analytics3Advanced Computing & Data Sciences ElectiveFall 2022
0IBUSY01 Management Information System3INFO-UB 1 Info Tech in Business and SocietyFall 2021
M5MOMIO1 Consumer Behavior and Strategy in the Fashion Industry3General Stern ElectiveFall 2018
fsfdIOLS22 Game Theory3ngvMULT-UB 20 Game TheoryFall 2018

 France and the arts (0IELSZ15)


 General Non-Stern Elective

Spring 2024

 Séminaire Intensif de Français (Janvier)

2General Non-Stern ElectiveSpring 2022

 0IELSX01 Pop Art

3General Non-Stern ElectiveSpring 2022

 0ISSLX01 Lebanon: Consociational Politics, Civil War, and Resistance

3General Non-Stern ElectiveSpring 2022
I0IINT-100_21/22_FLE B1: Cinéma et société3General Non-Stern ElectiveSpring 2022
0IELSX09 Multicultural France3General Non-Stern ElectiveFall 2021
OIELSY04 Material Culture3General Non-Stern ElectiveFall 2021
0IFA0Y01 FLE Cours Elementaire3General Non-Stern ElectiveSpring 2020
O0ELSY03 The Environmental Imagination: Representing Nature in Visual Arts (Fine Art, Film, Documentaries) and Literature3General Non-Stern Elective Spring 2020
IOFSEPT Intensive French Seminar - one month2General Non-Stern ElectiveFall 2018