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Mihály Schubert

Studying Quantitative Methods develops logical thinking and helps our capacity to acquire new knowledge.

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Between 1998 and 2005 I was working at IBS as an IT System Manager and as a part time instructor  teaching statistics and mathematics. I graduated from ELTE as a math teacher, and I was teaching math in a high school, from 2005 to 2016. I have also been a form master for 8 years and also worked as a senior master for last year university students making their practice year in high school. I returned to IBS (I was also teaching at BGE, Budapest Business School) in 2016 and was working as a lecturer for 3 semesters teaching IT, Statistics and Math. Since January of 2018 I am a full time lecturer and academic area leader for the quantitative methods and IT area here at IBS. My main interests are new teaching methods and the different ways of measuring the students’ development.

IT and Quantitative Methods include modules in Information and Communication Technology. This is a field which provides essential knowledge of using and understanding computers. Within the area we offer Quantitative Methods for Managers/Finance/Social Sciences, these various disciplines all have mathematical background. For more advanced students we offer more modules, Operation Management, Web Strategy or Advanced Mathematical Tools for Statistical Analysis among them.
The knowledge that students can acquire in information and communication technology will be helpful not only in their studies but will also provide them a solid basis for their later career. We live in a world where these competences are indispensable to be successful in business.
Studying Quantitative Methods develops logical thinking and helps our capacity to acquire new knowledge. By understanding the quantitative context of economic and social processes, students get a useful and remarkable tool which helps them to conduct independent research in their future career.
The modules of the area provide marketable, as well as up-to-date knowledge in informatics and mathematics.