Last edit: 19/01/2015
Applied and Computational Mathematics is a two-year (120 university credits) Master’s program on the advanced level (second cycle). The instruction language is entirely English. The program consists of a basic curriculum followed by three tracks: (i) mathematical statistics and financial mathematics, (ii) computational mathematics, and (iii) optimization and systems theory. The courses in the basic curriculum are compulsory and worth 30 university credits. To obtain sufficient depth in a track, a student is required to complete courses worth approximately (not more than) 30 university credits among the profile courses for the track in question.