Meet the challenges of the future

How do airports schedule flights so that millions of passengers can get from A to B? How do meteorologists predict extreme weather so that people can respond to flooding before it happens? How do doctors decide on the best treatments for their patients, based on big data? 

All these questions need graduates in Econometrics and Operations Research for answers. With this Bachelor’s degree, you’ll be equipped to find solutions to these and other economic and business challenges.

Arrival and departure hall of an airport
What’s the impact of financial shocks like Brexit on inter-bank lending? How can hospitals make the most efficient use of the beds and the doctors they have available? How can production processes be optimised so that they make the most sustainable use of materials and energy?
Arrival and departure hall of an airport
In today’s society, massive amounts of data are collected. But how is all that data used? How does KLM price its flight tickets based on supply and demand? How does Booking.com know why customers book certain hotels and not others? How does Spotify use algorithms to predict what its users want to listen to next? And what are the ethics behind collecting and storing all this data?

Which track do you choose?

  • Econometrics and Operations Research (track)
    Arrival and departure hall of an airport
    What’s the impact of financial shocks like Brexit on inter-bank lending? How can hospitals make the most efficient use of the beds and the doctors they have available? How can production processes be optimised so that they make the most sustainable use of materials and energy?
  • Econometrics and Data Science (track)
    Arrival and departure hall of an airport
    In today’s society, massive amounts of data are collected. But how is all that data used? How does KLM price its flight tickets based on supply and demand? How does Booking.com know why customers book certain hotels and not others? How does Spotify use algorithms to predict what its users want to listen to next? And what are the ethics behind collecting and storing all this data?