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The Master's Degree Programme in Mathematics takes two years to complete, and each academic year is divided into two semesters.

The diagramme below gives you an overview of the course of study.

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Areas of specialization

The structure of the programme allows you to opt for a general profile or specialise in one of the following research areas. The specialisations should be considered as suggestions to give you a better overview of the constituent and elective courses that we offer, but you will not be required to stick to courses from just one specialisation.

Example of schedule

Below is an example of how your weekly schedule might look like in the first semester of the Master’s programme in Mathematics. Please note that your schedule may vary from week to week and that teaching activities may be scheduled on weekdays in the hours between 8 and 18.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

8-10
Probability theory (lecture)

8-10
Functional analysis (lecture)
8-10
Functional analysis (practice sessions)


10-noon
Probability theory (lecture)
10-noon
Probability theory  (practice sessions)
10-noon
Graph theory (lecture)

Noon-14
Functional analysis (lecture)

Noon-14
Graph theory (lecture)


14-16
Graph theory (lecture)


14-16
Probability theory (lecture)

 
16-18
History of Mathematics (lecture)