Aim of the course

The aim of the course is to train mathematicians who are able to effectively model and solve problems that arise in real-life applications, within engineering, natural sciences, industry and management. The curriculum follows the recommendations of the SIAM, putting emphasis to application-oriented mathematics, practical applications, modelling and communication skills, team work, computer programming and high-performance computing.


  • Regular (full-time) course: 4 semesters, 1253 contact classes
    Evening course: 4 semesters, 627 contact classes

Number of credits to obtain

120 credits

Educational level and qualification indicated in the degree

  • Name of master course: Applied Mathematics
  • Educational level: master (magister, Master of Science, abbreviated: MSc)
  • Qualification: Applied Mathematician

Main areas of the course

Foundational courses (in the lack of Mathematics BSc) 20
Core courses 25
Differentiated specialization (engineering mathematics) 40
Optional subjects (30 for Mathematics BSc) 15
Thesis 20
Altogether: 120

Foreign language literacy requirements

  • Conditions to issue the final certificate: –
  • Conditions to issue the degree:
    To receive the master’s degree it is required to possess a state-approved, complex, English language certificate of at least intermediate (B2) level; or a state-approved, complex language certificate of at least intermediate (B2) level of any other living language in which the discipline has scientific literature plus a state-approved, complex, English language certificate of basic (B1) level.

Types of training

  • Regular (full-time)
    Part-time (evening)

Means of evaluation

  • Practical mark
    Final examination

9. Conditions to take the final exam

  • Final certificate
  • Thesis approved by a reviewer

Admission to the final examination is subject to the obtainment of a final certificate. The final certificate is issued to students having fulfilled all educational requirements specified in the curriculum – except for writing the thesis – and obtained the necessary amount of credits.

10. Components of the final exam

The final exam comprises the defence of the thesis and oral exams specified in the curriculum (with preparation times at least 30 minutes per subject), which have to be taken the same day.

Result of the final examination

The overall result of the final examination is the average of grades obtained for the thesis and the subjects of the oral part of the final exam: F =(Th + S1+S2+…+Sm)/(1+m).

12. Conditions to issue the degree

  • Successful final exams
    Fulfilment of foreign language requirements

13. Available specializations

Engineering (industrial) mathematics

14. Date of effect

1 September 2014