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.

News UU

21 January 2016
SHA-students have organised a symposium inspired by the focus area Future Food Utrecht.
21 January 2016
Five of your students have won a Young Talent Encouragement Award of € 500,-
18 January 2016
In December of last year, Alessio, Master's student Nanomaterials; Chemistry & Physics, won the Unilever Research Prize with his thesis.
Lucas Teunissen
18 January 2016
In dit interview stelt Lucas Teunissen, het nieuwe student bestuurslid van de Faculteit Bètawetenschappen, zich voor.
14 January 2016
The report describes results and activities of the University Council