In compulsory and advanced courses, you develop mathematical knowledge in the following areas:
You choose from one of the following specialisations:
Mathematicians work in areas such as industry, commerce, and science.
According to the curriculum, graduates of the following bachelor’s programmes offered at TU Graz and University of Graz will be accepted without an admission procedure:
Graduates of all other degree programmes offered at the TU Graz or, in the case of a NAWI Graz programme, the University of Graz, also do not have to undergo the admission procedure. You can apply for admission at the Registration Office.
All other programme applicants must undergo the admission procedure.
Registration period for the academic year 2020/21: 15 October to 15 December 2019
8 July to 30 November 2019
7 January to 30 April 2020
Please note: You may need to complete an admission procedure before you can register for the programme.
After building up a broad foundation of knowledge in the bachelor's degree programme, the prospect of delving deeper into my personal areas of interest in mathematics motivated me to learn even more in the master's degree programme. For all those who also want to practically apply their theoretical knowledge, it’s usually possible to do an internship in a company or work as a student assistant at the university.
My Erasmus+ stay abroad was the ideal complement to my studies. This enabled me not only to make contacts and learn a new language, but also to get to know other teaching and learning concepts as well as exciting research areas at the partner university.
Many modern technologies are no longer possible without sophisticated mathematical methods. In the master's programme you reach a mathematical level needed for these applications.
The TU Graz degree programme provided me with several core competencies, such as how to take a fearless approach to my subject and persevere when dealing with complex challenges, as well as a good combination of solid theoretical training and skills for practically applying what I had learned. Plus, it was simply fun.
I was already fascinated by mathematics as a kid and was fortunate enough to turn my passion into a career. I still fondly remember my time as a student and stay closely connected to TU Graz. I work together with colleagues from all over the world, and many of my contacts date back to my time in Graz.