International Business Administration
Quantitative Modelling is definitely considered one of the most ambiguous subjects for students. Some are fascinated by the techniques of linear programming, queuing problems and inventory management, at the same time others encounter difficulties with forecasting methods, decision tree analysis and break-even problems. With the “MathMe” Quantitative Modelling courses we will teach you how to determine and implement correct paths for resolving a business problem. Starting with forecasting methods and finishing with integer programming, we will provide you basic approaches which obviously will optimize and support your mathematical and analytical thinking. Our methods and studying materials are built so that each student has enough knowledge at least to feel confident during the test, due to the fact that all exercises are analogous exam type. Just using a simple explanation of complex things we will provide similar exercises presented in tutorial materials and exam preparation. With know-how skills gained via “MathMe” course, students certainly will not struggle difficulties in passing the Quantitative Modelling exam.
- Graphical solution of LP model and Lindo output
- Linear programming
- Integer Programming
- Queuing and project management
- 20 Jan at 18:00 – 20:00 Graphical solution of LP model and Lindo output
- 21 Jan at 18:00 – 20:00 Linear programming
- 22 Jan at 13:00 – 15:00 Integer Programming
- 23 Jan at 13:00 – 15:00 Queuing and project management
- 24 Jan at 18:00 – 20:00 Resolving sample test
Our teacher Anastasia Coviliac will try to help you understand all the ambiguities of the subject and make your life easier by passing the exam. She performed very well in the Quantitative Modelling subject and was noticed by teachers and therefore approved as a teacher assistant of the module.