Brooklyn Program

In January 2016, for the third consecutive year, 40 Bachelor's in Economics students specialized in Financial Engineering left to spend the second semester of their 3rd year studying at the Brooklyn College of City University New York (CUNY), followed by a 4 to 6-month internship in Manhattan's financial sector.

Promotion 2016

Overview

Classes are taught in English by Dauphine Professors. Beginning in 2016, program participants will also be enrolled in a Brooklyn College class, along with CUNY students. Additional classes, on applied topics, are
taught by New York-based professionals and are also open to a limited number of American students. These classes are held in the evening and on Saturday mornings making them compatible with internship obligations.

Internships

Students enrolled in the CUNY program are eligible for an American J1 Visa that authorizes them to engage in an internship during their studies.
Program faculty assist students in finding internships;  students can also count on support from New-York's exceptionally active Dauphine Alumni community.

Students from the Brooklyn program's class of 2015 found internships in companies and financial institutions including: Galiléo Global Advisors, Mid-Market Securities, Natixis, Nexus Capital Market, INET, Wellbots, BNP, the Triana Group, ABC Stone, Richemont, Soha, RCC Ventures, Crédit Agricole, MYD Markets, CIC, Result International ....

Admissions

Current Dauphine students:
For the 2016-2017 academic year - Students currently enrolled at Université Paris-Dauphine in year 2 of the Bachelor's should apply directly via the Dauphine International Office before the December 13th 2015 deadline.
Admission to the program is based on academic standing. Candidates are also required to provide the results of a recent standard official English Language Proficiency test (TOEFL, TOEIC...)  that attest to their command of written and spoken English.
Admissions decisions will be notified to applicants in February 2016.
Transfer students:
Several slots are reserved for students who will be transferring to Dauphine in September 2016.Transfer candidates for the Brooklyn program should include a motivation letter and English proficiency test results with their application form