Econometrics and Operations Research

LevelUndergraduate

Type of DegreeBSc

CostEUR 2,168

Cost non-EUEUR 9,500

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Is this programme for you?

If you like economics, mathematics and statistics, enjoy problem-solving, can think logically and have an interest in modelling and software-assisted computations, then this could be the programme for you. Econometrics and Operations Research combines all of these, shows you how to apply them to a great range of issues and teaches you how to communicate your results.

Why study Econometrics and Operations Research with the University of Groningen?

Is it possible to calculate the optimal squad for Manchester United Football Club? Can you predict the performance of an equity fund in the coming year? How many call centre operators would you need to achieve a three-minute maximum wait time? These are the kind of problems that are solved in the Econometrics and Operations Research programme.

The Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Groningen ranks in the top 1% of business schools worldwide.

The strength of the programme lies in its combination of four fields: Econometrics, Operations Research, Actuarial Studies and Mathematical Economics. We put a strong focus on developing skills in estimating the impact of economic events and how to base decisions on quantitative analysis.

How to apply

The minimum entry requirements of the programme are three A-levels.

Career opportunities

The FEB Careers Company will support you throughout your studies, with activities to prepare you for your future career. Many FEB alumni start their career as a quantitative analyst (logistics, finance, insurance, marketing), researcher (university, government, research institute), consultant (logistics, finance, insurance, marketing), actuary (insurance) or risk manager (financial sector).


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