Hinweise zum Einsatz der Google Suche
Personensuchezur unisono Personensuche
Veranstaltungssuchezur unisono Veranstaltungssuche
Katalog plus

DAV correspondent

Actuaries are experts who use mathematical methods to rate financial uncertainties in the areas of insurance, pension schemes, capital investments and building society savings. To become actuaries, after studying mathematics, they undergo further education as part of an employment, usually at an insurance company.

Alfred Müller is a member of the board of the German Society for Insurance and Financial Mathematics (DGVFM) and correspondent of the German Association of Actuaries (DAV) at the University of Siegen. One of his tasks is to inform students about actuarial training as well as the actuarial profession. If you have any questions on this topic, please feel free to contact him during office hours.

General information about the actuarial profession, about the actuarial training and about possible internships can be found on the DAV website and on the website Werde Aktuar (in German).

Applicants for admission to actuarial training may, under certain conditions, obtain a certificate from Alfred Müller stating that they have a basic knowledge of probability theory and statistics. This certificate exempts from the corresponding admission examination. The required previous knowledge can be found in the DAV examination regulations (in German).

The above-mentioned previous knowledge is usually achieved by successfully completing the modules Stochastics I, Stochastics II as well as a statistics module such as Statistical Analysis or Computational Statistics.

Hinweise zum Einsatz der Google Suche