MASTERSTUDIES

Master's Programs in Actuarial Sciences in Europe 2021

An actuarial science program is often offered through the mathematics department of a college. These programs are usually very heavy on math courses and cover advanced math, such as calculus, along with topics related to insurance and computers.

Masters Degree in Actuarial Sciences in Europe

6 Results in Actuarial Sciences, Europe Filter

MSc in Econometrics, Operations Research, and Actuarial Studies

MSc
01 Feb 2021
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12 months
English
Campus

The MSc in Econometrics, Operations Research, and Actuarial Studies has three profiles to choose from and is attractive for both research-oriented and more practically focused ...

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Master (MSc) in Actuarial Science

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3 semesters
English
Campus

The main objective of the Master in Actuarial Science is to train students for the actuarial profession, in its multiple components: life, non-life, financial and pension fund ...

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Master's Degree in Actuarial and Financial Sciences

Master
Sep 2021
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4 semesters
01 Feb 2021
Spanish
Campus

The Master in Actuarial and Financial Sciences of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid provides the knowledge, mainly in economics, mathematics and statistics, on which the p ...

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Master in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics

Master
01 Sep 2021
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3 semesters
15 Jul 2021
English
Campus

The focus of the study program is on theoretical results, including current research, which allows understanding processes observed in practice. Students are taught to explain ...

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Master in Actuarial and Financial Engineering

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2 years
English
Campus

2-year master's programme prepares specialists for the financial sector, banking and insurance industries.

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Master of Actuarial and Financial Engineering (Leuven)

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Part-time
English
Campus

KU Leuven's Master of Actuarial and Financial Engineering prepares you for a wide array of careers in actuarial science, financial engineering or quantitative risk management ...

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