Designed using the best practices from top universities, the Quantitative Economics Bachelor from Vilnius University will enable students to analyse economic processes in a quantitative manner, providing them with a set of highly valuable skills to succeed in the job market and with their further studies.
Quantitative methods will allow graduates to choose a career in economic and financial analysis, as well as in data analytics. In addition, graduates will be able to work as forecasters of social phenomena, statisticians, market or industry researchers, data researchers, financial asset managers, investment fund managers, corporate and public consultants, economic policy evaluators, financial and economic analysts in commercial banks or other similar financial institutions, or as economists at central banks or other public and international institutions.
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State Funded Places for Bachelor students
Citizens of countries of the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA), persons (non-EU/EEA) granted a right of permanent residence in the Republic of Lithuania, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the Diaspora and people of Lithuanian origin can apply for the State Funded Place in the programme.
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