This course provides the essential mathematics required to succeed in the finance and economics related modules of the Global MBA, including equations, functions, derivatives, and matrices. You can test your understanding with quizzes and worksheets, while more advanced content will be available if you want to push yourself.
About this Course
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TOP REVIEWS FROM QUANTITATIVE FOUNDATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
This course was really good because I remembered all the maths I learned during my career and now I understand why these mathematical operations are so important in Business.
Excellent course giving intuitive insights into derivatives, matrices and linear algebra. Lays the foundation of quantitative modelling. Very useful.
It was tough but I learned very valuable understanding of the quantitative methods
This course brushes the basics of maths such as equations, functions, differentiation and matrices!
About the International Business Essentials Specialization
This specialisation from the University of London is designed to help you develop and build the essential business, academic, and cultural skills necessary to succeed in further study and in international business.
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