About this course
At Heidelberg University, undergraduates can only study mathematics as a B.Sc. course. Earlier course formats have been discontinued. Details on the B.Sc. courses can be found on the website of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. The options available areB.Sc. Mathematics (100%)
This is the classical main (major) course in Mathematics providing a sound grounding in the subject and the possibility of going into greater depth in certain sectors. Alongside mathematics, an “application subject” is studied (less intensively) in which students can practise the application of mathematical thinking to extra-mathematical tasks. This course leads naturally into the M.Sc. programmes in Mathematics or Computer Science.B.Sc. Mathematics (50%)
In this course Mathematics figures as a joint subject accounting for 50% of the student workload. This opens up prospects for interdisciplinary approaches in which a basic knowledge of mathematics can function as a qualification factor in a different area. If the other subject offers adequate synergies, the B.Sc. degree can be acquired with a B.Sc. thesis on a mathematical subject with a strong focus on application.
- Higher-education entrance qualification
- Good German-language knowledge.
- The “Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH)” is the German language proficiency examination required for admission to universities