A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.
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This programme gives students a solid education and training in Economics, particularly in the domains of Economic Theory and Policy, Quantitative Methods and Applied Economics. It resorts to teaching/learning strategies and methodologies which stimulate the student to work individually and in groups whilst ensuring the acquisition of skills deemed most useful to enter the labour market. [+]
The economics concentration emphasizes the quantitative analytical approach to dealing with economic problems in both the public and private sectors, providing students with marketable skills and the intellectual foundation for career growth. [+]
Do you have a profound interest in the origins and evolvement of economic issues? Are you interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to help answer economic questions? Would you like to be able to develop and use your own models to define and explain reality systematically? Are you self-motivated and eager to study with international students? If so, International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research with mathematics, statistics and economics at its core is the programme for you. [+]
Specialties World Economy, Economics and Management, Finance and Credit, Business, Information Systems and Technologies (in the economy) [+]
Technology, Materials and Economy in Engineering [+]
A thorough training in advanced economics and econometrics. [+]
This degree sexamine the way in which economists build and use mathematical and statistical models for forecasting and prediction [+]
The global development is creating a need for employees with practical understanding of the integration of IT into business administration. It will not suffice... [+]
Making companies run smoothly. Increasing profit sustainably. Predicting financial trends. Understanding how people’s behaviour affects the market. Dealing with wider economic issues [+]
Bachelor in Econometrics and Operations Research
Making companies run smoothly. Increasing profit sustainably. Predicting financial trends. Understanding how people’s behaviour affects the market. Dealing with wider economic issues – and crises. In today’s global economy, the harsh reality is that companies that don’t excel in these matters simply won’t make it to the top. How can you take advantage of this? Get yourself a solid foundation in Economics and Operations Research, a booming field with huge prospects for graduates. You’ll like this, if you like...The idea of combining economics and computer science with management and statistical techniques to make businesses run just right. What you’ll actually do:... [-]
If you decide to study Econometrics and Operations Research (EOR), you will learn to construct mathematical models to analyse economic data. With these models, you will be able to compute the [+]
Bachelor in Econometrics and operations research
Language: English (100%)If you decide to study Econometrics and Operations Research (EOR), you will learn to construct mathematical models to analyse economic data. With these models, you will be able to compute the unemployment rates of a country, the Gross National Product, the stock price of a company or the future exchange rate of the Euro.The courses in the propaedeutic phase serve as the foundation for the remainder of the programme. You will take courses in Modelling, Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Finance, Marketing and English.
After this, you will continue with mandatory courses. Building on the propaedeutic coursework, you will deepen and broaden your knowledge in the four major topics: Mathematical Economics, Econometrics, Operations Research and Actuarial Studies.After your Bachelor's degree, you meet the requirements for entry-level positions, but almost all students decide to continue with a Master's degree.Job perspectivesGraduates with an MSc degree are found in a broad spectrum of occupations where IT, mathematical and problem-solving skills are needed. The world of business offers jobs in finance, insurance, logistics, manufacturing and marketing. Non-profit organisations, such as employers' federations and consumer organisations also hire econometricians. Governments need the diverse skills that will make up your toolkit. Finally, an academic research is another possible career path.Your job prospects will be good. Nonetheless, while a Bachelor’s degree may meet the requirements for entry-level positions, almost all students decide to continue with a Master’s degree. Acquiring a Master’s degree will expand still further your career opportunities in the short and long term, at home and abroad.... [-]