Facts about this program :
- It has shaped and benefited humanity immensely, and continues to help us understand the universe and bring about social and technological progress.
- Our Masters in Mathematics programme at University of Granada enjoys a great deal of prestige internationally, and the mathematics department at the UGR is considered one of the most renowned both in Spain and in Europe. Indeed, the UGR is currently ranked among the top 76-100 universities in the world in mathematics (Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities or ARWU 2014).
- The course is jointly offered by the universities of Almeria, Cadiz, Malaga, and Granada (the course coordinator), and it is designed to enable you to learn and develop new techniques and skills within the field of mathematics. Research in mathematics at the UGR surpasses that of any other Spanish university, both in production and in citations. Our programme therefore opens up a world of opportunities.
- It is designed to enable you to apply analytic and problem-solving skills to diverse interdisciplinary areas, such as experimental science, the social sciences, engineering, finance (and so on).
- As a student on our course you will have the chance to study a range of subjects, such as Advanced Mathematical Analysis, Advanced Differential Geometry, Advanced Functional Analysis, Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Software in Mathematics, and Mathematics Applied to Computer Programming (it is important to note that this is not a comprehensive list of course subjects and modules: please consult the programme homepage below for a comprehensive and fully up-dated list of course subjects and modules).
- Our graduates enjoy a high employability rate, and go on to work in a number of different areas, including teaching, the ICT industry, banking, finance, insurance, consultancy firms, science, education, research, public administration and the industrial sector. Mathematicians are versatile in the job market and are highly sought-after, mainly due to their excellent analytical and quantitative skills, their ability for logical reasoning, flexible and abstract thinking and, above all, their ability for problem solving.
- Aside from practical considerations, mathematics is an exciting and challenging discipline that continues to develop and evolve. Applying mathematics to resolve real-world problems can be hugely satisfying. You could be part of developing a new branch of mathematics, or finding a practical purpose for an abstract theory. Mathematics has always been, and will always be, crucial for the progress of society.
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It aims to achieve three primary objectives:
- To promote advanced research skills.
- To promote the specialised academic use of software designed for mathematics teaching.
- To promote the advanced application of mathematics to the industrial and business sectors.
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- An official university degree from an institution belonging to the European Higher Education Area. The degree must allow you to apply to masters programmes in the country in which it was issued. If the degree was issued in a language other than English, Spanish, French, Italian, or Portuguese, you must submit a certified translation of the degree in one of the above languages. OR
- A degree from an institution outside the European Higher Education Area. As long as the degree indicates the same level of expertise and training as equivalent degrees issued by Spanish universities, no further administrative steps are required in order for your degree to be recognised by the UGR.
International821 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 821 EUR per year and a duration of 12 months.
EU/EEA821 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 821 EUR per year and a duration of 12 months.
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