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Game Theory Program


Game Theory Program

Eureka Game Theory Program Overview

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Game theory is a branch of mathematics that deals with the analysis of strategic decision-making. It is used to study the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations in situations where the outcome of one person's decision depends on the decisions of others.

In game theory, a "game" is a situation where two or more players must make decisions that will affect each other's outcomes. Each player has a set of possible choices, and the outcome of the game depends on the choices made by all the players.

Eureka Alumni from this program have received admission offers to Princeton University, Duke University, University of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon University, and other top US universities. Alumni from this program have gone off to pursue studies in  Computer Science, Economics, Math, and other majors.

Many students that have participated in this program also participated in famous competitions and received multiple awards, such as in prestigious Economic & Financial Modeling competitions, National Merit Scholarship, Allan J Gauthier Mathematics Award, among others.

In addition, we are proud to see students in this program actively participating in the community,  volunteering where possible.  Several of our students have founded non-profit organizations to help their local community. 1 student planned a 1 month volunteering program in Xiangxi, Hunan Province, to teach Primary 1 to 5 students English.

The below sections will provide more insight into the students that have attended this program and share their experiences and successes.

If you have questions, request a free consultation with no obligation, and our team will address your inquiries promptly. 

Are you ready to take the next step to achieve academic and professional success? Apply Now! 

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