Advanced Quantitaive Methods certificate

The program aims to train participants in the use of techniques for the analysis of variables and complex situations either within the company or from a macroeconomic point of view. A specific objective to note is that the participant is looking to train in the use of computer routines and procedures available for the practical application of statistical and econometric techniques

The Certificate of Specialization in Quantitative Methods is offered in two orientations i) economy and ii) finance. It has been designed to provide practical tools, mathematical and statistical techniques, complex computer applications designed to equip industry professionals invaluable support for economic and financial analysis.

Courses are taught in CINVE

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For registration, costs and payment methods: Macarena Mo ([email protected]) (ORT) o Laura Sampil ([email protected]) (ORT)

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