Mathematics International (Master)"Mathematics International" is a research-oriented master's programme that aims at students with special interest in mathematics as a scientific discipline who want to acquire a broad and deep knowledge of the field. To meet these expectations the department offers a great number of advanced courses at the master's level that address topics from many areas of pure and applied mathematics.
Programme structureThe programme offers an efficient platform to specialise in a number of areas of current research interest. The students can choose from a variety of lectures, seminars and "Research in Groups" courses (RIGs) which provide solid knowledge of the field and familiarise them with the newest developments in mathematics. A special emphasis is put on "Research in Groups" courses, which give the students the additional opportunity to acquire and enhance soft skills, such as speaking and presentation techniques.
The programme (120 ECTS credits in total) is divided into two parts:
- Lectures (at least 30 ECTS), Seminars and Research in Groups (at least 20 ECTS)
- Master thesis (30 ECTS)
The students can freely choose Lectures, Seminars and RIGs according to their individual interests from a variety of courses offered by the institute. Refer to the
- Catalogue of modules for the entire list of courses, and to the
- Online class schedule for the list of courses of the current and forthcoming semester.
The Institute of Mathematics at the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg offers with the newly established study programme Master in Mathematics International a master programme covering all areas of pure and applied mathematics present at the institute. The focus of the programme is to engage the students very early in their career into research oriented questions. The communication among students in seminars and RiGs will be a central aspect of the programme. The institute offers excellent study conditions including a rich library, very personal supervision in small groups, and an internationally experienced team of professors, assistants and staff members. The Institute of Mathematics is organized into eleven chairs, each offering specific lectures, seminars and RiGs for the international master. During the master thesis the students will participate intensely in the daily life of the chairs.
- Dynamics and Control
- Complex Analysis
- Mathematics Education
- Applied Analysis
- Numerical Mathematics and Optimization
- Computational Science
- Mathematical Physics (Symplectic and Poisson Geometry, Deformation Quantization)
- Mathematics in the Science
Studiengebühren: siehe Website
Voraussetzung: Abgeschlossenes Studium
Studienbeginn: Sommer- und Wintersemester
Regelstudienzeit: 4 Semester
Studienabschluss: Master of Science
Referenz-Nr: AUBI-10413 (in der Bewerbung bitte angeben)