The first semester of the Master programme in Applied mathematics consists of a range of constituent courses. During the second semester, you can specialise by doing elective courses or by conducting a research project in close collaboration with a business.
Graduates are awarded the title Master of Science (MSc) in Applied mathematics.
If you wish to pursue a career in research, you can apply for the PhD programme.
- To be considered for a 3-year PhD fellowship, you must hold a Master's degree.
- To be considered for a 4-year PhD fellowship, you must hold a Bachelor's degree and have passed Master's degree exams equivalent to 60 ECTS.