Master (2 years) of Mathematics, 120 ECTSInterdisciplinary Studies Mathematics, natural- and computer science
|Institution||Aarhus University (AU)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||6750 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||0 EUR|
DescriptionMathematics is a part of day-to-day life – of using your debit card and
navigating by GPS, just as much as making calculations in physics or chemistry
or working out the pot odds in an important hand of poker.
Research and SpecialisationTeaching at the university is greatly influenced by the research conducted here, as the lecturers are active researchers. When students write their MSc thesis during the final year of the programme, they have excellent opportunities to become affiliated with a group of researchers, which allows them to participate in the group’s research projects and scientific discussions. Students specialise in a subject within a broad area, including one of the three areas of mathematics in which Aarhus University is particularly strong: algebra, analysis, and geometry and topology.
Student LifeAs a student in the programme, you are based at the Department of Mathematics, which has its own canteen, computer rooms, library, and study areas shared by students. As a Master’s student, you will be given your own desk in an office shared with other Master’s students. The department also has a number of student organisations such as Euler’s Friends (Eulers Venner) and the Kalkulerbar (Friday bar) organising lectures on current maths topics, study excursions and social functions.
Career ProspectsGraduates from the Department of Mathematics find work across a wide
range of fields and institutions, such as finance, communication or the wind
power industry in the private sector. Typically previous graduates are working
in universities and research institutions, in the pharmaceutical industry, the
telecommunications and finance sectors, and in insurance companies.
Graduates who pursue academic careers at universities are often involved in interdisciplinary work with doctors, biologists or chemists, where they analyse large amounts of data, or in teaching statistics to these professional groups. In the pharmaceutical industry, graduates plan clinical trials or design methods for examining whether new drugs have unwanted side effects. In the insurance industry, graduates typically work as actuaries and may contribute to working out tariffs. Common to all these jobs is the requirement for knowledge of a number of complicated mathematical models – something the MSc in Mathematics will equip you with.
AdmissionTo find out more about admission to the MSc in Mathematics please visit the programme’s website.
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