Did the economic crises have an effect on elderly care? How can we increase profits sustainably? How will Brexit affect the European economy? Econometrists help to answer these questions by analysing real data through mathematical and statistical models. In the BSc Econometrics we train you to programme these models and interpret their outcome effectively.
As an econometrician or data scientist you build models that can explain the problems under investigation and predict changes. With these models you help organisations and businesses deal with questions like:
Find our what the Bachelor’s in Econometrics is about, what you will learn and what career opportunities you will have after studying Econometrics.
'Econometrics is the perfect combination of maths, with a clear practical application in society. I’m very happy in the programme. The group is small, which means that there are plenty of opportunities for one-on-one interaction with the lecturers.'
Econometricians and data scientists are highly sought after on the labour market. As a qualified econometrician you could work for organisations such as:
Bachelor’s student Koen Vleugels explains in less than 1 minute what Econometrics is and which career prospects econometricians have.
If you recognise yourself in the following profile, Econometrics could be the right choice for you.
Do you want to find out the main differences and similarities between our Bachelor’s programmes in Econometrics and Actuarial Science? Or are you still not sure which programme is the right fit for you? Check out the infographic.
|Degree programme||BSc Econometrics|
|Credits||180 ECTS, 36 months|
|Language of instruction||English|