Refreshing Mathematics A
Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
26 August 2019
30 August 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Do you want to start your bachelor Economics and Business Economics in Utrecht (or elsewhere) with more self confidence and a renewed insight in the relevant mathematical knowledge? Then the Summer School Refreshing Mathematics A at the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) is a good starting point for your study of Economics and Business Economics! To be more clear, this course does not replace a maths course at high school nor is it intended to eliminate a math deficiency. The Summer School Refreshing Mathematics A will be dealing with the following subjects: calculus, solving (systems of) equations and differentiation.
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What about y=f(x)? Did you do mathematics at high school, but have your skills in solving mathematical problems faded away during the summer? Do you want to start your bachelor Economics and Business Economics in Utrecht with more self confidence and a renewed insight in the relevant mathematical knowledge?
If your answer to all three questions is 'yes', then the Summer School Refreshing Mathematics A at the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) is a good starting point for your study of Economics and Business Economics! To be more clear, this course does not replace a maths course at high school nor is it intended to eliminate a math deficiency. This course does, however, ensure that your math skills will be up to date – again – and that you start your study with more self confidence. Although during the summer school the same material is dealt with as during the extra digital tutorials of the first year course in Mathematics, the advantage is that the relevant material of high school maths is refreshed before the start of your bachelor economics. And you will already meet some of your fellow students and teachers.
Yolanda Grift & Luuk Rietvelt, Refreshing Mathematics A, Utrecht University School of Economics, Pearson, ISBN 978-1-78016-406-9
The course will be taught both in Dutch and in English.
Dr. Yolanda Grift
Students who enrol in the bachelor or premaster Economics and Business Economics of the Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.) (or in the bachelor economics of another university) and who want to refresh their knowledge of high school mathematics. This summer school is not meant to eliminate a deficiency in mathematics for a bachelor in economics.
The summerschool Refreshing Mathematics A will be dealing with the following subjects: calculus, solving (systems of) equations) and differentiation:
- Calculus is about calculating with letters, working with functions, working with fractions, factoring, etc.
- Solving systems of equations is about systems of two linear equations and two unknowns, the p-q formula and inequalities
- Differentiation is about the chain rule, the product rule and the quotient rule.
The summer school Refreshing Mathematics A will be organised in the week just before the introduction week at USE. From Monday until and through Thursday, each day there will be a two hours lecture and a three hours tutorial. Lecturers of USE will teach the lectures and senior economics students will do the tutorials. On Friday, you finalize the summer school with a Mathematics Skills test.
Housing through Utrecht Summer School
Housing € 200.00, through Utrecht Summer School.
The discounted course fee of € 200 (excluding housing) for UU and HU students is only applicable to those students who have enrolled in the bachelor or premaster Economics and Business Economics of the Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.). If UU and HU students need accommodation, please send an email to email@example.com before completing your payment.
The study material of the summer school can be bought at the introduction on Monday. These costs are NOT included in the course fee (approx. 15 euro).
Utrecht Summer School doesn\\\'t offer scholarships for this course.
Dr. Yolanda Grift
P: +31 (0)30 253 9800
Utrecht University School of Economics
3584 EC Utrecht
16 August 2019