Mathematics, Business Administration and Economics (180 ECTS credits)
This programme is designed for future stock brokers, stock or financial analysts and insurance people. As a mathematical economist student you will learn to analyse economic issues and solve mathematical problems. It is a very attractive combination on the job market. Experience shows that graduates easily find interesting jobs, often in the fiancial sector. The programme combines studies in economics with mathematics and statistics, and targets natural science students as well as social science students. There is an increasing demand in today"s information society of mathematically and statistically skilled economists. As opposed to the degrees in industrial economy awarded at technological universities, this programme focuses on economy.
Education level: Basic level
Prerequisites: General admission requirements plus upper secondary school level Mathematics D and Social Science A.