Mode of studies and duration: full-time (1.5 years)
Study programme volume: 90 credits
Language(s) of instruction: Lithuanian/ English
Tuition Fees: 2546 EUR/per year
Qualification degree awarded: Master of Mathematical Sciences in Applied Mathematics
Admission requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification
The purpose of Financial and Actuarial Mathematics programme is high-profile education in financial and actuarial mathematics with an emphasis on theoretical foundation of various methods and techniques of probability theory, stochastic analysis, risk theory, and related fields. Graduates of the programme are qualified to analyze and solve problems in theoretical models of finance and insurance, with implementation of obtained solutions in practice.
Why Financial and Actuarial Mathematics?
- The focus of the study programme is on theoretical results, including current research, which allow understanding processes observed in practice. Students are taught to explain the possibilities and restrictions of applying theoretical models in practice.
- In addition, the competencies in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics Master program match the requirements of international labor market and the best students are encouraged to publish their works in national and international journals.
The programme graduates can work in insurance companies, banks, pension and investment funds, consulting firms, government agencies, etc. (e.g., as actuaries, financial analysts, risk assessors, consultants both for Lithuanian and foreign institutions supervising financial and insurance markets).
The graduates can also pursue further studies at the doctoral level in mathematics and/or statistics.
Students can participate in ERASMUS+ mobility programme which gives an opportunity to study at VU’s Partner University or do internship abroad.