Econometrics: Mathematical Economics (track)
The Master in Econometrics (MSc) at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) deals with statistical modelling, estimation and testing of economic models using economic and financial time series data.
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Focus on the complex calculations governing today's markets
The Mathematical Economics track of the Econometrics Master’s programme is dedicated to Economic Theory, and focuses on the complex calculations that govern today's advanced market configurations and pricing structures. With an excellent teaching staff and a high regard for critical thought, you're sure to find challenging discussions, rewarding research and an overall unforgettable experience.
- Gain deep insight into the behaviour of companies, governments, financial traders and private consumers in different market circumstances and dynamics;
- acquire the skills necessary for mathematical and statistical modelling;
- become an expert in the mechanics that channel contemporary auctioning and model dynamic economic behaviour.
One Master’s programme, five tracks
The Master’s in Econometrics offers you the option to choose one of five top-level academic specialisation tracks:
Each track offers electives as well as fieldwork courses for you to choose from. You can combine this programme with a MSc in Mathematics for a double degree. For more information on this option, click on the link below.
After successful completion of this programme, you will receive an officially accredited Master’s degree in Econometrics and the title Master of Science (MSc).
You can combine this programme with a MSc in Mathematics for a double degree. For more information on this option, click on the link below.
Rankings and reputation
The Amsterdam School of Economics (ASE) at the University of Amsterdam is an excellently ranked school with an international focus and highly rated researchers and lecturers. Read more about our rankings and reputation.
- Degree programme
- MSc Econometrics
- Regular study programme
- 60 ECTS, 12 months
- Language of instruction
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