Introduction to the programme
Are you good at mathematics and do you want to connect the dots in the real world? Then the programme in Mathematical Physical Modelling is the thing for you.
You will learn to translate from reality to mathematics and back again, to understand the basic prerequisites for when mathematical models work and, especially, when they do not work. Mathematical models play an important role in almost every part of society and business, so graduates with these skills are highly valued in many sectors, including industry, the financial sector, and software development as well as the educational section.
Physics has a long tradition of describing the world with mathematics, so many physicists are employed in all the above fields. In the Mathematical Physical Modelling programme, we build on this tradition and combine mathematics and physics so you are introduced to both subjects’ foundational disciplines and ways of thinking and learn how to develop and work with mathematical models. The program thus unites the abstraction of mathematics with the concrete approach to the world of physics.
The programme will provide you with the skills to identify, formalise, analyse, evaluate and solve problems within physics and mathematics independently or in cooperation with others. You will learn to understand, develop, implement and evaluate experimental studies, simulations, physical reasoning and mathematical proofs, and to understand, develop, apply and evaluate qualitative and/or quantitative models within the subjects.
You finish the programme by writing an interdisciplinary master thesis.
The programme offers you a wide range of job opportunities in:
- High-tech manufacturing and development, including in the electronics and pharmaceutical industries
- The educational system
- The IT, insurance and pension industries
- Companies for which modelling, programming or consultancy plays an important role
The master degree qualifies graduates to start on a PhD programme.
Applicants with other bachelor’s degree than those listed as qualifying for admission
If you hold another bachelor’s degree than the ones mentioned in this document, you can still apply for admission to the master’s programme. In order to gain admission you must have a relevant bachelor’s degree with qualifications corresponding to one of the bachelor’s degrees qualifying for admission. When you have applied, the university will assess the academic content of your bachelor’s degree. If the university assesses that your bachelor’s degree is relevant and gives you qualifications that correspond to one of the qualifying degrees, you may be offered admission. If the university assesses that your bachelor’s degree is relevant for admission to the master’s programme which you have applied for but that you lack few essential qualifications, the university may decide that you have to complete prerequisite studies amounting to no more than 30 ECTS points in order to be admitted. You must complete prerequisite studies before being enrolled in the master’s programme.
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