- A BSc with at least 90 ECTS credits in Mathematics.
- English B (advanced) proficiency
Compulsory courses: The first part of the three-year programme stretches covers basic training in algebra, analysis in one and several variables and linear algebra. These courses constitute the theoretical core that is fundamental to applied mathematics, statistics, mathematical physics, economics and many other areas.
Alternative compulsory courses: After completing the compulsory course module, students are offered a wide range of courses in pure mathematics, mathematical statistics and numerical analysis. Discrete mathematics, number theory, abstract algebra, topology, ordinary differential equations, complex analysis, differential geometry are some of the main areas in pure mathematics that are available within this course module. Courses in mathematical statistics, probability theory and scientific computing provide the balance between mathematical theory and practical applications and provide training in collecting, analysing and modelling data.
Electives: The courses within this module can be chosen amongst more advanced courses within the mathematical sciences as well as other disciplines available across the University. At least 30 credits must be courses outside the range of mathematical sciences. Most students choose to combine their mathematical studies with physics, computer science or economics. The purpose of this module is to offer the students the possibility to both deepen and broaden their knowledge according to their own objects of interest.