The African School of Economics is excited to announce the official launch of the 2019-2020 academic year.
For more information on important dates throughout the year, please see the 2019-2020 Academic Calendar. Registration is now open for interested applicants to enroll one of ASE’s Master’s programs, including Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Master’s in Development Studies (MDS), Master’s in Mathematics, Economics, and Statistics (MMES), and Master’s in Public Administration (MPA). Additionally, ASE offers bilingual programs at the undergraduate level in Statistics & Computer Science, Economics and Statistics, Finance & Accounting, and Marketing & Management. Finally, ASE offers a Ph.D. program in Economics. Please refer to ASE’s courses page of for more information on specific programs of Master’s level study offered by ASE.
What’s more, students will have the opportunity to receive scholarship funding, with the potential of reducing school fees by 20%-100%. An exam to determine scholarship dispersal will take place on Monday, October 21st. To register for the exam, please provide your national ID, a copy of your most recent diploma or transcript, and 1,000CFA.
To register for master’s programs, please submit a letter of motivation, a CV, a legalized birth certificate, a legalized copy of your Baccalaureate degree, a legalized transcript for your final year of undergraduate studies, and a legalized copy of the attestation of your undergraduate degree. To register for undergraduate-level programs, please submit a legalized national identity card, a legalized birth certificate, a registration form, and a legalized transcript or attestation of your Baccalaureate degree. All materials must be submitted to the administration office located at the African School of Economics in Arconville, on the Route de l’hopital de zone of Abomey-Calavi by Friday, October 18th. For additional information, please call +229 95 04 17 17 or +229 67 12 56 85.
Second year master’s students will begin their third semester courses on Monday, October 28th. Incoming first year master’s students, meanwhile, will participate in English and Math Camps from October 28th to November 22nd to increase their capacities in these crucial skills, and will start classes on November 25th. First year undergraduate students will begin courses on November 4th, and second year undergraduate students will begin courses on October 14th. There will be a break in classes from December 25th to January 6th, 2020.