The research aspect of the programme is most evident in the final thesis project, which has a scope of 30 ECTS, corresponding to one semester's full-time work. Work on this project takes place in close contact with a supervisor and is often related to the supervisor’s own research. It should be made clear, however, that the Master's degree is not a research degree. To achieve a research degree, you must complete a PhD programme.
Graduates are awarded the title Master of Science (MSc) in 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 degree.
- To be considered for a 4-year PhD fellowship, you must hold a Bachelor's degree and have passed Master's degree exams corresponding to 60 ECTS.