Application deadlines: 1 February
International tuition: €15,400
Domestic tuition: €2,083
This Master's programme reflects the versatility of mathematics: it gives students the opportunity to specialise in a particular mathematical area of their interest, while expanding their knowledge of the whole discipline in general. It focuses on current research topics such as: quantum groups; moduli spaces; function theory of several complex variables; applied nonlinear analysis.
This program can be done
1. Prior education Applicants must hold an academic Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. 2. Grade point average You have an overall grade point average (GPA) equivalent to at least: 3.0 (American system) 2.1 (a second class upper/division one degree in the British system) C (ECTS-system) The GPA is the average of the bachelor’s course grades weighed by course/study load. Admission, however, will not be granted based on a sufficient grade point average alone. 3. English language proficiency Your ability to write and speak in English must be at an academic level. To prove your level of English please provide us with your scores of one of the following tests: the TOEFL Test, the test of the International English Language Testing Service (Academic IELTS) a Cambridge Examination Score.
Graduates of this Master's programme are well-equipped to pursue successful careers in academia, industry or public service. Mathematicians work in industry, banking, technology, consultancy, service organisations and many other segments of the labour market. Their analytical and problem-solving skills give them a crucial advantage in a many work situations, even those where mathematical knowledge may not seem immediately relevant. Potential careers include: Academic career as mathematical researcher Quantitative Analyst Risk Analyst Consultant Corporate or Institutional Researcher (usually in a technical or financial environment) Lecturer