Have you thought about how you fix the rate of a new mortgage loan with an interest rate ceiling or the popular interest-only types of loans? In fact, mathematics-economics graduates developed the model used to fix the cost of such loans. Every major company is regularly faced with complex problems, and many contact a mathematics-economist when this happens. Mathematics-economists are experts in designing optimisation strategies, which requires great theoretical insight into both economics and mathematics.
As a student of mathematics-economics, you have the option of specialising in a subject within a broad area, including one of the areas of mathematics-economics in which Aarhus University is particularly strong:
Study trips and festive traditions
The study environment for mathematics-economics has a reputation for enthusiastic, active student involvement. The social and academic associations at the department keep up a number of festive traditions, and they organise many events. These include company visits and study trips, which alternate from year to year between trips abroad and trips to Copenhagen.
Good job prospects
Job prospects for mathematics-economists are extremely positive. A large proportion of mathematics-economics graduates find work in the private job market. Banks and insurance companies are the major workplaces for mathematics-economists, and many are employed as problem solvers in consultancy and telecommunications companies. Planning departments in large industrial or manufacturing companies also represent a relevant job market for mathematics-economics graduates. In addition, the public sector is in a position to offer jobs in administration and planning at universities and other educational institutions, or on supervisory boards and in ministries. The degree programme also qualifies graduates for a career as a researcher. All in all, as a mathematics-economics graduate, you have many career opportunities.
The MSc in Mathematics-Economics programme is taught at the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Economics and Business and counts as 120 ECTS credits. Students specialise by participating in course activities and projects and by writing a thesis. During the first week, students structure their own individual study programme with the help of a lecturer by choosing courses from a course catalogue.
The programme is designed on the basis of the individual students academic qualifications and interests and the subjects studied at BSc degree level. The study plan must be approved by the Board of Studies before the student can register for exams.
The following Bachelors degrees qualify students for admission to the Masters degree programme in Mathematics-Economics:
The following other degrees can provide admission to the Masters degree programme in Mathematics-Economics:
Other qualifications can provide admission to the Masters degree programme, provided the university assesses that their level, extent and content correspond to the degrees mentioned above.
In connection with possible admission, further requirements can be stipulated regarding the composition of the degree programme.
It is a condition that the students language skills correspond to a B level in English.
|TOEFL paper-based test score:||560|
|TOEFL iBT® test:||83|
You are normally required to take an English Proficiency Test if you come from a non-English speaking country.
Most European Universities recognise the IELTS test.More information on IELTS
Using the form on this page, you can directly ask questions to the contactpersons at the university.
Fill out your contact information and message. The information you fill out in this form will be sent directly to the university. They will reply to you on the e-mail address you provide here.
mastersportal.eu cannot take any responsibility for the answering of contacts or for the content of their replies.