In the two-year (120 EC) Master’s programme in Mathematical Sciences students engage in the core activities of mathematics while discovering new patterns and relationships and learning to construct models with predictive power. The Master's programme Mathematical Sciences is composed of several specialisations closely related to lines of active scientific research at the Mathematical Institute of Utrecht University.
2 December 2015
Then co-host our webinar for prospective students
25 November 2015
Alessio Caciagly, master's student Nanomaterials, has won a Unilever Research Prize for his master's thesis.
30 September 2015
A list of the most important functionalities of the Bètaplanner.
29 September 2015
The Board of the Faculty of Science is looking for a new student assessor as of January 2016.