Bachelor of Actuarial Studies
This course enables students to pursue further studies in actuarial applications in order to fulfil the part ll requirements of the Actuaries Institute, and to undertake their own significant research project in interesting actuarial areas.
Actuaries analyse mathematical, statistical, demographic, financial and economic data in order to predict and assess the effects of long-term risks involved in financial decisions and planning.
The amount of data available to corporations is expanding rapidly and require trained professionals to analyse this data and provide business insights.
Combining elements of economics, finance, statistics and mathematics, the Bachelor of Actuarial Science develops techniques for the management of risk and big data analytics.
The double degree in actuarial science and law will equip you with the skills to understand the data and give you the knowledge of the legal context and guidelines in which to use these numbers.
Actuaries specialise in applying mathematical, statistical and financial analysis to business, finance and insurance.
Learn to evaluate risk and opportunity in a business setting, and use your findings to influence some of society’s most important economic structures
In a Bachelor of Actuarial Science you’ll learn to apply mathematical concepts to real-life scenarios, and use your analytical skills to help companies plan for the future.
Actuaries relate numbers to real life, and focus on risk management and protecting against loss.
Diverse opportunities are available for actuaries.