The master’s programme Mathematics focuses on analysis and number theory. From applied to fundamental research, and from algebra to data science, our master’s programme spans these fields entirely.
What does this master’s programme entail?
The two-year programme has two components: an analysis-oriented component with topics such as dynamical systems, differential equations, probability theory and stochastics, percolation and mathematics in the life sciences, and an algebra/geometry-oriented component with topics such as algebraic number theory, algebraic geometry, algebraic topology and cryptology. The goal of each programme is to train the student as an independent researcher, and to develop the necessary skills and proficiency to advance your career.
Why study Mathematics at Leiden University?
- Your study programme can be fine-tuned to your own mathematical interests, both pure and applied.
- You will be educated by renowned researchers like Spinoza prize winner Aad van der Vaart and Hendrik Lenstra and receive a top level education in Mathematics.
- The institute has an extensive international network which allows you to broaden your horizon and provide you with ample opportunities to join interdisciplinary seminars and pursue interdisciplinary research projects.
Mathematics: the right master’s programme for you?
The master’s programme in Mathematics in Leiden focuses on analysis, probability and statistics, number theory and (arithmetic) geometry.If you are looking for an opportunity to specialize in one of these areas, Leiden is an excellent possibility. Students who have obtained a Master of Science degree in Mathematics possess a thorough theoretical basis, know how to work in a multinational environment, and are able to operate well on the international market.
Admission and application
Do you want to apply for the master’s programme Mathematics at Leiden University? Find out how to apply for your programme by following the step-by step guide in the application and admission section:
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Last updated December 19, 2017