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Masterclass Actuarial Science

This Master Class is meant for students who want to know more about a very interesting and dynamic discipline: actuarial sciences. Actuaries are experts in analysing the past, modelling the future, assessing the risk involved by using mathematical and statistical models and communicating what the results mean in financial terms. In the Master Class the most important aspects of the actuarial profession will be presented by bringing together theory and practice.

Study associations

Among the character traits that define Rotterdam students are their high level of activity and their hardworking mentality. They are actively involved in all sorts of consulting associations and often have side jobs as student assistants to professors or in the administrative departments of the School. Their contribution keeps the faculty on their toes and allows them to incorporate the students’ opinions. The character of the students is also demonstrated by the active faculty and study associations.

Faculty Association Econometrics & Operations Research (FAECTOR)

The Faculty Association Econometrics & Operations Research (FAECTOR) ) is the faculty association for aspiring econometricians at the Erasmus School of Economics. Since 1966 FAECTOR offers large, varied projects and events for Econometrics students in the Netherlands. At this moment, FAECTOR is the biggest study association for Econometrics students in the world!

They organize over ten career events per year, together with many other events and activities. Activities that FAECTOR organises are: Quantitative Finance Tour (visit investment banks in London), Studyprojects (for example in Canada, Brasil, South Korea), National Econometrics Day (co-organisors), and smaller events such as drinks, company visits, sport tournaments (and 15% discount on study books).

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