Welcome to mathematics at the top of Europe! In this joint MSc program, given in cooperation by Stockholm University and The Royal Institute of Technology, we are looking for highly motivated students who want a deeper understanding of mathematics and communication. We offer high-quality education, vast specialization options and a personal mentorship for each student, ensuring that you get the most out of your studies.
Reasons to choose
Mathematics at the top of Europe
As a joint program between Stockholm University and the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), this education is unique in offering a broad expertise among teachers, an extensive pool of elective courses and a double MSc degree. The learning environment is international and dynamic with lectures being given both at Stockholm University and KTH. In addition to this, students are welcome to attend the Stockholm Mathematical Center's general colloquium.
Studies closely connected to a strong research environment
Stockholm offers a rich mathematical environment, where master students are actively encouraged to participate in research seminars At KTH, SU as well as Institute Mittag-Leffler. All teachers in this program are active researches and two teachers (one from each university) generally give the courses in cooperation. As a result, our students meet more researchers through their education, compared to similar MSc programs elsewhere.
Why Stockholm University?
Studying at Stockholm University makes a difference
Stockholm University is one of the 100 highest-ranked universities in the world and Sweden’s largest institution of higher education with top-quality education and outstanding research in a wide variety of fields.
Our campus is situated in the Royal National City Park, just minutes away from the center of Stockholm city. Stockholm has recently been rated the safest capital in Europe and is famous for its many green and clean areas. Stockholm is leading in areas such as social welfare, equality, IT, sustainability and innovation. Known for being an open society, Sweden is also ranked second in the world in the Social Progress Index.
A degree corresponding to Bachelor of Science of 180 credits. Completed courses corresponding to the courses Algebra III, AL 7.5 credits, Foundations of analysis, AL 7.5 credits. In addition, you are required to show English proficiency equivalent to the Swedish high school level.
Application and tuition fees are required unless you are EU/EEA citizen or have long-term/permanent residency status in Sweden (or temporary residency for reasons other than studies).