Master of Science in Mathematics and Physics - career prospects

In addition to deep insight into (one or more specialist areas of) Mathematics and Physics, the graduates become proficient in a range of mathematical, statistical and numerical methods for modelling complex systems. Through the programme the students become well trained in acquiring new specialist knowledge and approaching new problems in an analytic and systematic manner - this makes Mathematics and Physics graduates sought-after for employment in public and private research, administration, education, supervision and in technological companies.

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Last updated: 17.07.2019