Introducing the Undergraduate Program in Actuarial Sciences
Published Date: Saturday, 1 December 2018
Actuarial science is the discipline that applies mathematical, statistical methods and financial concepts to assess risks in particular in insurance, finance and other industries and professions. Essentially ‘actuaries’ use statistics to predict uncertain events, such as, accidents, premature death and natural disasters. It is a joint program running together with Mathematics Department and Department of Banking and Finance, which provides highly qualified education with international academic staff, expert in their fields.
Courses are thought in english to be covered over a 4years duration. The program is conducted by a well equipped academic staff including:
- 13 professors (5 in mathematics, 3 in computer sciences, 5 in banking and finance)
- 5 associate professors (2 in mathematics, 3 in banking and finance)
- 12 assistant professors (10 in mathematics, 2 in banking and finance)