International Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics
Do you consider yourself to be an internationally-oriented person who is eager to learn? Would you like to study alongside other international students?
Are you interested in issues relating to economics and business? Do questions like ‘What effect does the current financial crisis have on the world economy?’ or ‘How will the rapidly expanding economy in China influence the world market?’ make you curious?
In that case you have visited the right website! Erasmus School of Economics offers an International Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics (IBEB) which covers all these aspects. This programme is the English-taught variant of the Dutch programme in Economics and Business.
International Bachelor in Econometrics and Operations Research
If you're more interested in describing economic processes with a quantitative approach, the Econometrics and Operations Research programme might be the right programme for you.
Following this programme, you'll obtain the skills to understand economics processes, translate them into quantitative models and to use mathematics and statistics to find the answers you are looking for.
This is the completely English-taught variant of the Dutch programme in Econometrics.
Would you like to know what the causes and consequences of the economic crisis are? Are you curious about how markets work, and whether employees can be motivated by means of a bonus or another financial incentive?
Do headlines like ‘Are waiting lists for healthcare a major problem?’ or ‘Congestion problem appears to be out of control’ grab your attention? Are you therefore interested in economic issues, and do you have the talent to solve them using the most advanced techniques?
Then the BSc2 Econometrics/Economics double programme is the place for you! Our programme provides you with a thorough understanding of how economics works, and also gives you access to methods and techniques for analysing complicated economic problems and calculating their solutions.