This challenging Honours programme, which is named after Wim Duisenberg, the first President of the European Central Bank, will give you not only quantitative econometric and mathematical skills, but also the hands-on practical experience to be able to implement econometric models in the workplace from day one. That’s why all our students have job offers before they graduate with their Master’s – and also why they’re ready to hit the ground running when they start their careers.
You are now on the QRM page; this programme is part of the Master Finance. The Master Finance contains two specialisations. Within each specialisation there is also a possibility to apply for an honours programme:
- Specialisation Finance
- Duisenberg Honours Programme in Quantitative Risk Management
- Duisenberg Honours Programme in Finance and Technology
- Specialisation Financial Management