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Econometrics is a part of the economics sciences discipline and deals with the analysis of mathematical and statistical data. It helps experts develop effective economic models, leading to problem solving, to test new theories and analyse data. Econometrics is based on quantitative analysis of various economic phenomena.

Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in econometrics teach students to add empirical content to the theories that allow them to be analysed and evaluated. Statistical theory contributes to development of econometric models and methods that help to solve economic questions. Data is usually collected through observations and is processed using standard statistical models. Regression analysis has an important role in econometrics and it contributes to problem solving as statistical technique. Find plenty of Masters and Bachelors in Econometrics at universities worldwide to find out how to best make use of these techniques and analytical tools.

Econometrics helps solve problems for business sectors, governments, consultancy companies, or non-profit organisations. Graduates of econometrics degrees can work in insurance companies, banks, marketing companies, governmental institutions, consultancy firms, and more.

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Suggested Bachelors in Econometrics

B.Sc. Econometrics and Operations Research

Use mathematics and statistics to optimize complex processes, and apply your analytical skills to tackle economic, societal, and organizational challenges. The Econometrics and Operations Research programme is offered at Tilburg University.

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B.Sc. Econometrics and Mathematical Economics

Economics tackles a broad range of problems, from barriers to economic development to international financial crises. An open-minded and scientific approach to these issues requires formal modelling of economic relationships, and testing hypotheses against data. The study of economics therefore involves developing problem-solving skills, including mathematical and statistical methods, and applying these skills without losing sight of the real world.

United Kingdom
B.A. Economics (including foundation year)

On our four-year BA Economics (including foundation year), we work with you to improve your language skills, to develop your subject-specific knowledge, and to improve your academic skills. You receive a thorough grounding in these areas during your foundation year (known as Year Zero) to prepare you for a further three years of undergraduate study at Essex.

United Kingdom