We contribute graduate courses for the education towards the Actuary SAA professional diploma and for the Master of Science in Quantitative Finance, a joint programme with the University of Zurich. We also teach general mathematics courses, both at undergraduate and graduate level, and we provide service teaching for other departments of ETH Zurich, mainly in probability and statistics.
Actuarial Science - PhD Please note that if you are required to meet an English language condition, we offer a number of pre-sessional courses in English for Academic Purposes through Kent International Pathways. For details of when and how to pay fees and charges, please see our Student Finance Guide.
For graduate level breadth, students are required to take 3 courses, achieving a grade of at least 75% in each of them; which will cover 3 broad categories in Actuarial Science: Insurance Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, and Finance and Risk Management, see the Category table below. Students should take at least 1 course from each category.
Actuarial Science. Doctor of Philosophy - PhD, Postgraduate Diploma - PgDip. Applied Actuarial Science. MSc. Applied Actuarial Science (International Master's) MSc. Applied Actuarial Science with an Industrial Placement. MSc. International Master's in Applied Actuarial Science. MSc.
PhD Program Description of Ph.D. Program (after M.Sc) Admission: Candidates with an MSc and sufficient background in statistics, actuarial science or financial modelling are eligible to apply for admission to the Statistics PhD program at the University of Western Ontario.
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The Zurich Actuarial Society ('the Society' or 'ZAS') is a regional community working with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) Zurich Actuarial Society (ZAS) has the following objectives: to engage with all actuaries (not just members of the IFoA) in the wider Zurich area to provide opportunities for networking and CPD to liaise with academia to create a bridge with local actuarial.
Our PhD Actuarial Science is a research degree within our Department of Mathematical Sciences. We have staff members available to act as supervisors across a number of areas such as; survival analysis, forensic economics, risk management, Islamic finance and takaful, asset-liability management for pension funds, predictability of financial time series, and performance evaluation of funds.