|Mathematics (a three-year program)|
|Applied Mathematics (a four-year program)|
|Applied Mathematics (a three-year program)|
Career Options and Job Opportunities
The Mathematics program trains high-level mathematicians to work in research, industry, and education. Graduates work in R&D, finances in a wide range of companies in the computer and high-tech industries as well as in universities, research institutes and schools. Due to ongoing research in advanced technology industries, the demand for mathematicians, whose training allows them to incorporate their knowledge in a broad range of areas, is increasing.
The advantage of mathematics graduates over graduates from other scientific and engineering disciplines is their deep understanding of the foundations of mathematics and their fundamental and structured thinking, which is an asset in any field. In addition, courses designed for mathematics students are profound and present the beauty of mathematics.
The Mathematics track is the core track of the Faculty of Mathematics which equips the mathematicians of the future. This track is suitable for candidates who love Mathematics and excel at it. Applicants who register for this track CAN choose one of the following study tracks:
- Pure Mathematics - a three-year track
- Applied Mathematics - a three-year track
- Applied Mathematics - a four-year track
Joint and Inter-Disciplinary Application Tracks
The Faculty of Mathematics also offers four additional application tracks that combine mathematics with courses from other disciplines:
- Mathematics with Computer Science
- Mathematics with Statistics and Operations Research
- Computer Science with Mathematics (joint with the Faculty of Computer Science).
- Mathematics-Physics (joint with the Faculty of Physics).