About this course
n the Bachelor's programme Applied Mathematics at the University of Twente you will learn how to make use of mathematical instruments in the engineering and medical worlds, in banking and insurance, in the environment and in traffic. By simplifying practical problems and planning mathematical models based on them, you will reformulate these problems in such a way that they become mathematically solvable. Based on these models, you will make calculations, simulate the situation and compare the outcomes with reality. Computers are indispensable in this field, of course. Because you will often look beyond the boundaries of your own discipline as an Applied Mathematics student, you will acquire an understanding of many areas in which mathematics are applied. This is why subjects like Industrial Engineering and Management, Applied Physics and Technical Computer Science will make up a large part of your programme.
- International students applying for an English taught UT Bachelor programme require one of the following documents as proof of their English language proficiency:
- IELTS minimum overall score of 6.0. Certificates older than two years are not considered for admission
- TOEFL (internet-based) minimum overall score of 80. Certificates older than two years are not considered for admission
- Cambridge CAE or Cambridge CPE
- To be admitted to a bachelor's at the University of Twente, you will need a diploma equivalent to the Dutch vwo-diploma. Take a look at the list of equivalent diplomas to see if your diploma is considered equivalent.