Econometrics

Diploma
MSc Econometrics
Type
Regular study programme
Mode
Full-time
Credits
60 ECTS, 12 months
Language of instruction
English
Starts in
September
CROHO-code
60177
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Unravel economic complexities with advanced mathematics

In the Econometrics track of the Econometrics Master's programme, you'll dive into the advanced mathematics behind economic complexity. This track deals with modelling, estimation and testing of economic models using micro, macro and financial data as well as parametric and non-parametric techniques appropriate for cross section, time series and panel.

  • Prepare for a career in one of the most-sought after professions in the world today;
  • become fluent in the application of advanced mathematical and statistical methods;
  • specialise in econometric theory, panel data and micro- and financial econometrics. 

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.

Degree

After successful completion of this programme, you will receive a legally 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.

Amsterdam School of Economics (ASE)

The  Amsterdam School of Economics (ASE) at the University of Amsterdam has an excellent reputation, with an international focus and many highly reputable researchers and teachers. The UvA is placed 50th in the 2014 QS World University Rankings: a challenging environment where critical thinking and an independent and inquisitive mind can roam free. Thanks to a diverse influx of students and an active network of international alumni, you’ll be able to share memories with other ASE graduates for years to come.

Rankings and reputation

he University of Amsterdam offers a world class education:

  • 50th in the world and 1st in the Netherlands (QS World University Rankings 2014-2015);
  • 42th worldwide in the Faculty Area Rankings for Social Sciences and Management (QS World University Rankings 2014-2015);
  • top 50 Social Science Universities and 1st in Netherlands (Times Higher Education rankings 2013-14);
  • member of LERU (League of European Research Universities), an exclusive network of renowned research universities;
  • member of Universitas 21, a network of 27 leading research-intensive universities in 17 countries;
  • the Amsterdam School of Economics is an excellently ranked school with an international outlook and highly valued researchers and lecturers;
  • The ASE has a highly diverse student body and a vibrant community of international alumni.

Published by  Economics and Business