Economics – Mathematics or Modern Languages

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SubjectsClass periods
Additional Dutch1
French3 / 4
English2 / 3
Spanish or German0 / 2
Mathematics7 / 3
Physical Education2
Philosophical subjects2
Biology1 / 0
Chemistry1 / 0
Physics1 / 0
Natural Sciences0 / 2
Economics law1 / 2
Logistics and maritime cases1
Total number of class periods per week33

About this discipline

The global economy is shooting in all directions. Good news one week, the opposite the next. Prices sometimes rise faster than the speed limit allowed on highways. Globalization has become a dirty word. Not presidents but CEOs have become the new world leaders. Everything is getting expensive, or is everything becoming sustainable? Is the global economy on the threshold of collapse? Or is it molding itself into another world order spinning in circles on bitcoins and led by the Marc Zuckerbergs of this world? Or is it evolving into a truly circular economy?

Do you want to understand not only what is happening in the economy around you but in the entire global economy? Do you want to keep your finger on the pulse and be able to explain how the economic cog really works? Do you want to be part of the global economy of the future? Then choose to study economics.

If you want to put more emphasis on analysis and calculation… and are already thinking about higher studies such as (applied) economic sciences or commercial sciences, opt for extra hours of math in your curriculum. Then you are in the Economics-mathematics track.

However, are you someone who, no matter where in the world he/she is, wants to be able to keep up with local economic trends. Or do you want to be able to explain fluently what the economic world is all about? Then choose additional languages in your curriculum. Economics-modern languages is the right choice for you.


What after this program?

Both Economics-Mathematics and Economics-Modern Languages are “doorstroomfinaliteit“. This means that we assume that you will continue studying for a bachelor’s and/or master’s degree. Programs such as (applied) economic sciences, commercial engineering, commercial sciences and business management are programs that fit these study directions. Non-economic directions are also possible. After all, you have built up a good and broad basic knowledge.

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