Actuarial Mathematics (DC126) (Direct Application)

In the first two years of their degree students cover the fundamental mathematical principles that underpin the financial models studied in later years. Students also study practical and finance-related subjects such as computer programming, economics and accounting. In years three and four students apply sophisticated mathematical techniques to real-world problems in insurance, finance and banking. In year three, students spend eight months on a paid work placement (INTRA) in the actuarial or financial industry. The placements are, typically, with major insurance companies, actuarial consultancies or in investment banks and trading houses. This is a key opportunity for students to gain practical skills and experience in a commercial environment and also helps students make an informed career choice on graduation.
Nivel NFQ: 8
Duración: 4
Ciudad: Dublin
Area del curso: Science