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  1. Professional Bachelor's Degree in Statistics Mathematics, Statistics Mathematician (LU)

    - to study basic courses of different sub-branches of mathematics; - to master courses of mathematical statistics and economics of mathematics; - to be able to use computer and special computer packages; - to accomplish a practice period in statistics or development of mathematical models of economy in a state or a private enterprise; - to develop and defend in public a Bachelor thesis, which requires understanding of various study courses of mathematics and particularly the courses on theory of probability and mathematical statistics and their mutual interconnections; - demonstrates practical application of basics of mathematics, statistics and computer science in concrete mathematical and statistical problem solving. The purpose of the professional higher education study programme Mathematician Statistician is to train qualified mathematicians and statisticians for Latvian State institutions as well as for the state and private structural units of national economy. Competences:1. of The KNOWLEDGE at the level of notion: 1.1. European Union Convention on personal data protection; 1.2. local and international economic environment, market development trends and perspectives; 1.3. international financial and securities markets; 1.4. Latvian and international legal provisions related to the work in the profession. 2. The KNOWLEDGE at the level of understanding of: 2.1. economy development; 2.2. statistical theories; 2.3. professional terminology in the official language and at least two foreign languages; 2 ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Professional Bachelor Degree in Financial Engineering, Financial Analyst (RTU)

    Graduate student skills and knowledge in compliance with the profession standard is the major learning outcome. Students should be able to make decisions independently and to apply the acquired knowledge in practical work. Graduates are able:   - to identify financial and actuarial problems that can be solved by applying information technologies;   - to analyse business-related processes;   - to manage optimisation of security portfolios and investments;   - to analyse, model and forecast financial flow, as well as to design management systems for financial analysis;   - to explain basic principles of the use of financial instruments;   - to assess profitability and risk of financial investments, as well as to come up with recommendations for reduction of financial risks;    - understand how to deal with economic and social factors in statistical analysis of financial flows;    - to conduct statistical analysis of indicators such as mortality, functional disorders, etc.;   - to analyse insurance market trends and calculate insurance losses and premiums;   - to apply modern quantitative methods in financial analysis and financial engineering;   - to use software for mathematical and statistical calculations.    Competences:1. The KNOWLEDGE at the level of notion: 1.1. guidelines of the European Union and international organizations in the field of financial analysis and planning; 1.2. financial theories. 2. The KNOWLEDGE at the level understanding: 2.1. macroeconomics; 2.2. microeconomics; 2.3. mon ...

    Awarding body- Riga Technical University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Mathematics (DU)

    The aim of the programme is: - to ensure independent studies for students by providing them with theoretical knowledge in mathematics and its applications and by developing their skills and abilities of scientific research work, - thus ensuring acquisition of higher academic education and providing the opportunity to successfully continue studies in master’s programmes. The skills, obtained by implementing the study programme: - ability to demonstrate core and specialized knowledge as well as understanding of most essential notions and regularities of the branch of mathematics; - to carry out basic numerical modeling experiments; - to find creative solutions in changeable and unclear conditions; - to see possibilities for basic mathematical modeling in other science branches; - to evaluate the impact of one’s professional activity on the environment and society. ...

    Awarding body- University of Daugavpils

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  4. Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Mathematics (LiepU)

    Aim of the study programme: - to provide an opportunity to acquire academic education in Mathematics in the following specialized directions: Information Technologies in Mathematics or Scientific Basics of the School Course of Mathematics. By dealing with academic and applied research in Mathematics, to obtain the necessary competencies for continuation of academic or professional studies, to perform professional activity. To promote formation of creative, responsible and life-long education motivated personalities. Results of studies: - acquisition of knowledge in Mathematics, understanding of proofing Logics, the most important definitions and rules in Mathematics; - ability to perform innovative activity by using the obtained theoretical courses in Discrete and Continuous Mathematics and the obtained basic skills; - ability to use IT tools in solving mathematical problems; - ability to individually orient oneself in mathematical literature, sort out and analyse the necessary information; - ability to perform professional and research activities; - ability to formulate certain mathematical problems in mathematical language and propose solutions thereof, - ability to independently plan own learning and improve own education. ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  5. Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Mathematics (LU)

    To theoretically acquire basic courses in various sub-branches of mathematics and be able to apply the knowledge in practice; - to be able to freely work on a computer; - to be competent in mathematical methods of solving a variety problems and be able to apply these methods working with a computer; - to be able to understand the basics of natural sciences and apply mathematical modelling in the area of natural sciences, technical and social processes; - to write a Bachelor’s thesis, which includes an independent study in the selected branch of mathematics requiring understanding of mutual interconnections between different courses of mathematics, practical application of fundamental knowledge of mathematics and computer science. - to theoretically acquire basic courses in various sub-branches of mathematics and be able to apply the knowledge in practice; - to be able to freely work on a computer; - to be competent in mathematical methods of solving a variety problems and be able to apply these methods working with a computer; - to be able to understand the basics of natural sciences and apply mathematical modelling in the area of natural sciences, technical and social processes; - to write a Bachelor’s thesis, which includes an independent study in the selected branch of mathematics requiring understanding of mutual interconnections between different courses of mathematics, practical application of fundamental knowledge of mathematics and computer science. ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia