The courses in the Mathematical Sciences programme at University of Primorska are designed in such a way that, upon completion of the degree, students have several opportunities to choose from: continuation with doctoral studies, employment in industry or the public sector, or switching to other sciences, well equipped with the knowledge they have gained.
The courses are mostly elective and cover various topical mathematical areas. Of course, detailed understanding of these topics requires a certain knowledge of basic mathematical concepts that students learn at the undergraduate level (see Admission requirementsbelow). Depending on the students' enthusiasm, skills, interests and ambitions/plans for the future, they can be introduced to research mathematics. The latter mainly depends on the help of a supervisor for the master's thesis. There are also some courses offered in applied mathematics which are particularly suitable for students interested in the financial sector and the secondary sector (manufacturing and industry).
Educational and professional goals top
- Students gain and consolidate an in-depth knowledge of the special mathematical areas.
- Students who intend to continue their studies in the doctoral programme are gradually introduced to research mathematics.
- Students interested in financial mathematics gain some specific knowledge of applied mathematics. For example, probability and statistics courses are particularly important for those interested in the finance, insurance or banking sectors.
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- Selected Topics in Algebra
- Selected Topics in Analysis
- Selected Topics in Discrete Mathematics
- Selected Topics in Financial Mathematics
- Selected Topics in Cryptography
- Selected Topics in Mathematical Statistics
- Molecular Modeling Course
- Selected Topics in Functional Analysis
- 24 months
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DisciplinesMathematics Actuarial Science
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- completed a first-cycle study programme in any mathematical study field; or
- completed a first-cycle study programme in other professional fields, provided that they have, prior to enrolment, fulfilled all study obligations that are deemed essential for the continuation of studies in the Master's study programme in Mathematics and accumulated at least 30 credits. The applicants may fulfil these obligations during their first-cycle studies, under training programmes, or by taking examinations prior to enrolment in the study programme Mathematical Sciences.
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