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Master in Industrial Mathematics

This taught programme is provided by the Department of Mathematics of the University of Hamburg and the Hamburg University of Technology (Institute of Mathematics).

Our Master's degree programme in Industrial Mathematics comprises courses in mathematics, computer science and engineering. The Applied Mathematics is represented by the Department of Mathematics at Hamburg University. The programme started in October 2014.

You have to attend compulsory courses in applied mathematics at the amount of 46 European Credit Transfer Points (ECTP) at the minimum. It is mandatory to complete one seminar at least. In addition, you are asked to attend courses from mathematics, computer science and engineering sciences, respectively. In total you are asked to collect 20 ECTP in engineering sciences or computer science combined at the minimum. You can choose freely among courses from both universities for a total of 16 ECTP. Finally, in your Master Thesis (30 ECTP) you will be invited to join one of our research groups in applied mathematics. After receiving a Master's degree, you may apply for admission to PhD studies.

Enrolment is possible twice a year, for the start of either the winter or the summer term. If you intend to enter the programme for October, please submit your application between June 1 and July 15. If you intend to enter the programme for April, please submit your application between December 1 and January 15. Prerequisites for admission are a Bachelor degree in mathematics, engineering, physics, computer science or a related area. Further details on how to apply can be found here.

More information on the Master's programme can be found on one of the links in the menu on the left. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

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