Choose executive education at
Dauphine-PSL, and you'll…
Benefit from academic excellence
Our programs are attuned to the needs of the business world and will serve your projects and your professional future.
Join the PSL family
Dauphine-PSL is part of Université PSL (Paris Sciences & Lettres), a collective of several renowned institutions, including ENS, MINES, Beaux-Arts de Paris, EHESS, and others.
Choose a dual-status university center
Dauphine-PSL est à la fois université et Grande Ecole. C'est la seule université accréditée EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System).
Engage in university-level critical thinking
Be open to new approaches and perspectives.
Dauphine Executive Education
by the numbers
campuses: Paris, La Défense, London, Tunis
research professors and instructors
managers and executives trained every year
The top-level international research conducted in our labs is a source of innovation.
- 6 research centers
- 11 chairs, 3 research initiatives, and 1 circle
- 88 research contracts signed in 2018
- 300 PhD candidates
Every year, Dauphine-PSL accepts nearly 80 new doctoral students to its Doctoral School. It is structured around 5 programs and maintains close links with Dauphine-PSL's research centers and laboratories.
A tailored, engaging
Our instructional activities are part of a comprehensive initiative to support the development of our participants' skills. The training incorporates students' individual limitations, contexts, and aspirations.
- Programs designed for working managers
- Students actively involved in their career and their advancement
- Coaching and individualized support adapted to each program
- Collaborative synergy in a small-group setting
- Interdisciplinary culture
- Part-time scheduling: alternates between instruction, intersession projects, discussion, hands-on activities, and feedback
Ease of access to
- Digital resources – the MyDauphine workspace
- Over 1,500 course sites on MyCourse
- A university library with a large collection
- Plentiful group workspaces: over 45 databases, 30,000 e-journals, and 180,000 books, including 38,000 e-books
- A vibrant cultural and intellectual scene: 600 conferences and debates held each year, attended by political and economic figures
- Campuses located in business hubs (Paris, London, and Tunis)
- A campus open on weekends
- Computer labs for instruction: 11 rooms with Windows and six rooms with Linux
- Facilities for intra- and extra-mural sports
Our prestigious partnerships allow us to co-develop programs, manage ad hoc instructional projects, co-lead trainings, and inform target groups.
- Institutions of higher education: ENA, IAE Paris, ESCP Europe, ENSAE, etc.
- Institutional bodies: ANAP, APHP, CRCC, High Council for the Notarial Profession (CSN), IRTS, etc.
- Training organizations: Cegos, Elegia, Factorielles, Francis Lefebvre Formation, Université de l’Assurance, etc.
A thriving Dauphine-PSL community
- 1 foundation
- 23 professional clubs
- 40 major companies partnering with the Foundation
- 90,000 alumni worldwide
Teaching methods and values
- An interdisciplinary approach in the organizational and decision sciences, with a focus on eight major disciplines: management, finance, economics, law, social science, mathematics, computer science, and journalism
- Independent thought and critical thinking
- Top-tier research conducted within laboratories recognized in organizational and decision sciences, with programs geared toward professional development
- Systematic small-group instruction, based on experience sharing and interactivity
- All programs led by research professors at our university
- Schedules that allow students to continue their professional activities
- Training provided by research professors – recognized for their teaching and research – in collaboration with executives, managers, and consultants who are in a position to share their experience
Our program offering seeks to instill in our participants this quote from John F. Kennedy: "Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other." Allowing our participants to alternate between a training period and a work period enables them to more quickly and effectively apply what they've learned through our programs, as well as through the experience sharing that is a major part of our teaching process.