Master’s Programme “Computational Mathematics”
In the age of digitalisation, mathematics is playing a new, decisive role. Mathematical ideas implemented on the computer form the core of current and future technology helping us to face the challenges of the future. The master’s programme “Computational Mathematics” continues the bachelor’s programme of the same name and so allows a master’s degree to be attained after a total of 5 years. The skills acquired in the bachelor’s degree are further developed, with the focus being very much on independent scientific work.
Note: This study programme is taught in “English on demand”. If the information is available only in German, the link is marked by “[de]”.
The programme at a glance
The one-pager offers a concise information on the study programme. This web page, maintained by the central student advising, briefly summarises the most relevant information on one page.
|One-pager for the study programme|
|Application and enrollment [de]|
The programme coordinator Anton Schiela is glad to support you and answer your questions on this study programme.
The following link list summarises all relevant documents for students and for anyone who is interested in studying this programme and would like to get more information.
If you have any question about this study programme, please contact the programme coordinator Anton Schiela. Further advice is given in the FAQ [de] and in the e-Learning discussion board [de], which is moderated by Professor Schiela.