The aims of the Applied Mathematics programme are:
- to prepare broad-minded specialists, who have a strong foundation and adequate skills for applying and developing mathematical models for industry, business, finance and other areas;
- to cater to the demand for mathematics professionals for the knowledge society whose knowledge has at the same time a strong foundation, domain depth and interdisciplinarity and who can maintain and improve professional competence through lifelong learning.
Feedback of lecturers and students
“During my master’s studies in Applied Mathematics, I have truly witnessed the broad applications of mathematics in various fields. The program provided me with valuable insights into the diverse practical uses of mathematical concepts. One of the major strengths of this program, in my opinion, lies in the exceptional competence of the lecturers. Their proficiency in teaching, together with their willingness to communicate with students, has been a standout aspect for me. The supportive and communicative nature of the faculty has significantly enriched my learning experience. “
“In master’s studies, the knowledge acquired during the bachelor’s degree was deepened, and more attention was paid to applying mathematics. Master’s studies improved my knowledge of data analysis and visualization and helped me understand in which practical situations mathematics and statistics can be applied. “
“I thoroughly enjoyed acquiring further knowledge about dynamic programming and the functioning of neural networks. Also, the data visualization course made it easier for me to read and understand the results of my master’s thesis. “
“The Master’s program provided an opportunity to delve deeper into certain areas of mathematics and expand my knowledge. This provided an opportunity to conduct original research and contribute to the development of mathematical science”
- Minimum 60 % CGPA
- Bachelor or equivalent degree in Mathematics, Informatics, Engineering or Economics
- Proof of English Language: applicant has to present document proving B2 level (TOEFL 87-109 iBT/534-633 PBT, IELTS 5,5-6,5, Cambridge English First (FCE) 161-180, BEC Vantage 161-180, Michigan ECCE (min. 650), PTE General Level 3, TOEIC Listening & Reading 785, TOEIC Speaking & Writing 310, Duolingo 100-125, English Score 400-499 (CoreSkills)) if the applicant is not native speaker and/or had not received education in English.
- Admission score counting is based on the arithmetic average of Bachelor’s degree diploma supplement * 0.4 + motivation letter * 0.3 + English * 0.3.