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Business & Economics


BSc Econometrics and Operations Research

3 years

€2530 pa

Programme profile

Econometrics is a growing field. It is about making companies run smoothly, increasing profit sustainably, predicting financial trends and understanding how people"s behaviour affects the market. It's also about dealing with wider economic issues: and crises. In today"s global economy, the harsh reality is that companies that don't excel in these matters simply won't make it to the top.

In the first two years, you take core courses integrating maths, statistics, economics and computer science. You learn practical techniques to solve economic problems, improve business practices, predict trends and so on, and you apply your knowledge in these areas to various other disciplines, such as marketing and finance. In your third year, you get the space to pursue your own interests: you choose your courses from an extended range of electives, and take the opportunity of a semester abroad.

Programme content

Year 1: Management of Organisations and Marketing; Linear Algebra; Analysis; Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Probability Theory; Finance; Philosophy of Science

Year 2: Macroeconomics and Finance; Optimisation; Programming ; Game Theory and Economics; Operations Research; Mathematical Statistics ; Information, Markets and Organisations; Econometric Methods

Year 3: Dynamic Modelling; Allocations and Algorithms;Actuarial Mathematics; Actuarial Modelling; Actuarial Statistics; Applied Research Project; Econometrics and Actuarial Modelling; Plus a choice of modules from three areas of specialisation


The university offers related Masters programmes, taught through English, in the following areas:

-Econometrics and Operations Research
-Financial Economics
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Infonomics
- International Business
- International Economic Studies

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels (CCC) + 3 GCSEs, inc A-Level Maths

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 3 are H5. Subjects to include Higher Maths




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