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Econometrics

Econometrics is used in every area of economics, from business and finance to macro- and micro-economics. It focuses on using quantitive analysis to aid economic and management decision-making. Do you want to pursue an academic career, or to have a professional career in research within economic organisations or businesses? Then applying for the two-year master’s programme in Economic and Financial Research with a track in Econometrics will give you the edge. You’ll learn to use techniques from statistics, mathematics and computer science to solve complex problems for governments, financial institutions, logistics companies and other organisations. You'll combine these techniques with research methods and practical research experience.

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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. 

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Study at SBE during COVID-19

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 what you can expect next academic year, please visit the following page to learn more about the educational format for the first two periods, introducation days and student life at the School of Business and Economics.

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  • The professors teach mathematics in such a way that is actually quite fun
    Cécile Magnée, Economic and Financial Research
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