Bachelor

Econometrics & Operations Research

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?

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  • If I could have created my own study programme I would have created Econometrics myself, because I really like mathematics and economics
    Graciëlla van Hamersveld, Econometrics and Operations Research

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      Meet one of our most recent PhD graduates, Therese Grohnert. She wanted to know why audit firms sometimes form insufficiently supported judgements on their clients’ financial statements. Over the past years, these firms regularly received bad publicity because of insufficiently supported judgements. She examined the judgements of 252 auditors and discovered that only one third of those were sufficiently founded.
      Therese presented these results to the involved audit firms and succeeded in convincing them of the solution: learning at the workplace.

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      Application deadline is this Sunday.

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