Applicants are expected to hold an academic Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a field that ensures a level of mathematical proficiency (e.g. Mathematics, Physics or Econometrics), particularly in the fields of calculus, linear algebra, statistics and probability.
Additionally, students are assumed to be familiar with the following topics:
If you want to enter the postmaster APC programme, which is required for membership of the Actuarieel Genootschap (Royal Dutch Society of Actuaries), you will need to have passed the courses in the below stated minor Actuariaat. Minor courses are spread over at least 2 semesters.
The following students can be admitted to the minor programme Actuariaat:
Students holding a Dutch university Bachelor' or Master's degree in Econometrics must take about 30 EC of actuarial courses. These students must also have completed a course in financial and empirical mathematics.
Applicants are expected to have the intrinsic motivation to test and build upon this knowledge. Coursework is designed in keeping with this expectation and demands significant personal initiative and an active contribution on the part of the student.