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Mathematics – Master of Science – TU Munich

by | Masters Of Science, TU Munich

Mathematics – Master of Science – TU Munich

by | Nov 28, 2023 | Masters Of Science, TU Munich

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The Master’s degree in Mathematics in Science and Engineering, offered by the Technical University of Munich (TUM), is designed to provide a comprehensive education in mathematics with a focus on application areas like physics, structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, or medical technology. This program caters to students who are keen on a rigorous mathematical education that particularly emphasizes engineering and natural science topics.

Key components of the program include foundational mathematical subjects such as mathematical modelling, numerical methods, applied analysis, optimization, stochastics, and computer science. The curriculum’s flexible structure facilitates opportunities for students to study abroad for one or two semesters at a TUM partner university, enhancing their global exposure and experience in the field.

Course Details


Technical University of Munich


M.Sc. Mathematics


Mathematics, Statistics

Language of Instruction

English & German

Application Deadlines

Winter Semester: 31 May; Summer Semester: 30 Nov


2 Years (Starting: Both Semesters)

Tuition Fees


Study Mode

On Campus

Qualification Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, physics, or a comparable course of study; Minimum 29 ECTS in specified mathematical areas

Language Requirements

English: IELTS min 6.5, TOEFL iBT min 88, Cambridge C1 Advanced/C2 Proficiency; German: DSH min DSH 2, Goethe-Zertifikat min B2, etc.

Application Procedure

Directly at the University (incl. VPD from uni-assist)

Application Fee

The initial application fee is €75, and for every subsequent application, the fee is €30 each.

Admission Documents

  1. Admission Application Form (to be uploaded and signed).
  2. Academic Transcript.
  3. Evidence of Proficiency in English.
  4. Updated and Detailed CV.
  5. Statement of Purpose.
  6. Written Essay.
  7. Analysis of Academic Curriculum.
  8. Course Syllabus (such as module details).
  9. Copy of Passport.
  10. Preliminary Documentation (VPD) for non-EU/EEA Educational Qualifications (applicable if undergraduate degree obtained outside the EU/EEA).


Career opportunities

  1. Academic and Research Positions: Opportunities in universities and research institutes, contributing to mathematical research, teaching, and potentially pursuing further studies like a PhD.
  2. Financial Services Industry: Roles in banking, insurance, and finance, using mathematical models to analyse risk, develop investment strategies, and solve complex financial problems.
  3. Data Science and Analytics: Careers in data analysis, where mathematical skills are vital for interpreting complex data sets, statistical analysis, and algorithm development.
  4. Technology and Software Development: Positions in technology companies, applying mathematical concepts in software development, cryptography, and algorithm design.
  5. Consulting and Problem Solving: Roles in consulting firms, utilizing mathematical skills to provide solutions to a wide range of business and industry challenges.


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