Are you an analytically-minded student with talent for simplifying complex problems? Do you like to predict trends, solve problems, and streamline businesses and organisations? Then you should consider a bachelor’s in Econometrics & Operations Research. This programme combines economics and computer science with management and statistical techniques to create an indispensable, in-demand skillset that companies around the world are seeking.
This high demand is reinforced by the programme’s international orientation and its integrated semester abroad. Plus, you’ll be studying at one of the best business schools in the world, the ‘Triple-Crown’ accredited School of Business and Economics at Maastricht University. What more could you ask for?
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, you are not able to visit us on the campus in Maastricht at the moment, but you can still get answers to your questions and get an idea of what it is like to study at the School of Business and Economics in a variety of online experiences. For each programme there is a student with whom you can chat, a Virtual Open Day that you can visit (including a 360-degree four-way tour), and we are also currently organising our Virtual Experience Days.
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We understand that, in these uncertain times, it is difficult to assess what the new academic year will look like. To help you better understand how the School of Business and Economics has been offering education during this pandemic, this page explains our educational model for the academic year 20/21.
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This time around, the UM Bachelor's Open Day will be held online. We have built a special online platform for you to explore. It’s designed to give you a realistic impression of our study programmes and student life in Maastricht.
If I could have created my own study programme I would have created Econometrics myself, because I really like mathematics and economics
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