An education in mathematics can provide the foundation for further study or work in technical and scientific fields that highly utilize mathematics. Courses of study in mathematics can range from a minor to a PhD program.
The programme offers a completely new curriculum covering a wide range of advanced topics in theoretical mathematics, theoretical computer science, and their applications
Master's Degrees in Mathematics. Level of education: Master programme
Type of instruction: Full-time
Duration: 2 years
Language of instruction: English, Russian
Benefits of the programme
The programme offers a completely new curriculum covering a wide range of advanced topics in theoretical mathematics, theoretical computer science, and their applications.
Lecturing staff will consist of the foremost experts, many of which have previously worked in the world’s leading institution.
Courses are taught in English (Russian language skills are not necessary); this is essential for employability of graduates in the international research and job market.
The programme operates in a lively framework of Chebyshev Laboratory hosting many research seminars and a continuous flow of guest lecturers who are leading researchers from all over the world.
Tight connection with Chebyshev Laboratory and Steklov Institute of Mathematics at St Petersburg makes it possible for students to participate in joint research projects with top researchers whose expertise covers the majority of the areas of modern mathematics and computer science.
Small group size implies personalized approach during the whole duration of studies.
Travel support for participation in conferences, summer schools and other scientific events.
We expect fellowships for top students both from the government and private foundations. Students involved in research grants may also receive extra funding.
Some elective educational courses
Abstract Harmonic analysis;
Introduction to Bellman function theory;
Geometric theory of functions of a complex variable;
Interpolation and sampling in spaces of analytic functions;
Models in operator theory;
Theory of harmonic measure;...
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Why Study Mathematics?
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Studies in this Master’s program will lead you into the fascinating world of modern science, giving you a solid basis for mathematics and statistics applications. Graduates from this Master’s program find employment as researchers, teachers, and in demanding expert posts in the public and private sector in Finland and abroad. The Master’s program in mathematics and statistics is based on top research and it consists of mathematics, applied mathematics, and statistics. The program is part of the Analysis and dynamics and the Inverse problems centres of excellence.
Goal of the program
When you study mathematics and statistics at the University of Helsinki, some of the best mathematicians and statisticians in the world will be your instructors. Studies in this Master’s program will give you a solid basis for maths and statistics applications. Graduates of this Master’s program find employment as researchers, teachers, and in demanding expert posts in the public and private sectors in Finland and abroad....
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There are three key features of our graduate programs:
Students in our program are exposed to a broad view of the landscape of mathematics education, taking courses from faculty whose research interests range from special education to undergraduate mathematics education.
A common focus across our program is the consideration of teachers’ professional growth across a variety of contexts, with a particular emphasis on the ways in which teachers attend to student reasoning to support the learning of all.
Our college is well-situated to support students’ exploration of their interests through coursework and collaborative projects across disciplines; as a student, you are encouraged to pursue these opportunities.
The University of Verona (Italy) offers a two-year (120 ECTS) Master's degree programme (Laurea Magistrale) in Mathematics taught in English, designed according to the st
Masters in Mathematics
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There are three specializations (all end with a master thesis work).
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Both general and specialized studies
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This 4-year curriculum provides students with:
A multidisciplinary scientific training that gives students a broad scientific base (basic sciences, engineering sciences, social economics).
A human, military and sports training that allows students to develop their behavioral and relational skills.
Specialized courses with advanced scientific concentrations that rival the top engineering schools worldwide.
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Reasons to choose
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Master Degree in Mathematics
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The academic year includes two didactic periods and three periods for the exam sessions.
To enroll in the Master's Degree Programme, a student must have a Degree, or another qualification obtained in Italy or abroad recognized as suitable.
The students must satisfy one of the following curricular requirements:
hold a Degree in Class L-35 (Mathematical Sciences) or a Degree ex Law 509/99 in Class No. 32 (Mathematical Sciences);
have acquired at least 36 CFUs in the MAT / * sectors.
have a knowledge of English at least at level B2.
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The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
The MPhil programme seeks to strengthen students' general background in mathematics and mathematical sciences and to expose students to the environment and scope of mathe
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