Registration for our Winter 2023 session opens on November 28, 2022.
We allow in-person or remote proctoring. You will provide your proctor and we will allow the proctor to monitor you via Zoom or whatever teleconference method you choose. Please contact the office with any questions or concerns at VEE@neas-seminars.com
There is also a registration form that will be at the bottom of this page. Use the registration form below only if the registration button on the front page or on the VEE schedule page is not working.
Registration for our Winter 2023 Session opens on November 28, 2022 and closes on January 13, 2023.
Exams will be the week of January 30.
The VEE courses are 8 weeks long consisting of 24 modules, with readings from the textbook, explanations, illustrations, sample test questions, practice problems, and homework assignments. The time needed to do the reading and complete the homework is 1 1/2 to 2 hours per module. The course takes 40 to 50 hours, including study time for the final exam. If you are familiar with the material, you may be able to complete the course more quickly.
Tuition for each course is $245.
Exams are given as follows: If your country has a holiday on the date of your exam please notify us and we will allow you to take the exam on a different date.
Tuesday: Mathematical Statistics
Wednesday: Corporate Finance
Friday: Financial Accounting
How to submit homework
VEE homework should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please put your name, course, module numbers, session, and contact information in the body of the email so that we can match your email to the correct candidate and give you full credit for your work. Likewise, make sure your name, the course, the module numbers, and the session appear on the homework, such as “John Doe, Mathematical statistics modules 1-24, Fall 2023.”
Do the homework assignments as you work through the modules, but email the entire set to NEAS at the end of the course so that it is clear you have completed the work. (Note: you must complete at least 80% of the homework assignments.)
The homework assignments ensure that you read the textbook. Some apply the course concepts to insurance. Some homework assignments don’t have a single “correct” answer; they check that you understand the ideas in the textbook, not that you come to the same conclusion as the course instructor.
NEAS VEE Courses