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Career prospects

During the course of the program, the students will gain a comprehensive knowledge in mathematics, probability, statistics, finance, and economic principles that will qualify them for a professional career. The program also offers a range of resources and experiences that will help students compete in the job market and improve their employability. Additionally, graduates are eligible for exam exemptions from Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), United Kingdom, and the Society of Actuaries (SOA), USA.

Careers in traditional actuarial fields

In traditional actuarial fields, our graduates can apply analytical skills and business knowledge to solve financial, economic, and other problems for businesses. Employment opportunities include:

  • Actuary
  • Business analyst
  • Risk manager
  • Actuarial consultant
  • Insurance underwriter

Careers in non-actuarial fields

As quantitative analysts, the career paths of our graduates are not limited to the insurance industry. They may apply their expertises in statistics and financial mathematics in the following non-actuarial careers: Employment opportunities include:

  • Financial analyst
  • Investment banker
  • Business analyst
  • Data analyst
  • Statistician

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