# Study Mathematics in Heidelberg

Mathematics denotes the trade of comprehension

and is arguably the oldest academic discipline of all. To study mathematics at the university requires an enthusiasm for pure thought, determination, and perseverance. An affinity to number crunching can help, but is not necessary in any way. Research in pure and applied mathematics is booming, and as the quintessential universal science, mathematics continues to drive and enable progress across technology and society. A degree in mathematics opens the door to career opportunities in business, science, and research.

## Structure of a mathematics study program at Heidelberg University

The mathematics program in Heidelberg is characterized by the strong link between theory and practice as well as among the individual subfields. The study of mathematics at the Heidelberg Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science is first of all divided into the undergraduate programs Bachelor 100 % (B. Sc.) and Bachelor 50 % (B. Sc.). Building on this, the faculty offers the Master Mathematics (M. Sc.) and Master of Education (M. Ed.) programs.

The Bachelor's programs provide the students with a fundamental knowledge of mathematics. They are divided into the so-called subject studies, which impart comprehensive competencies in the field of pure and applied mathematics, and the application area, which provides an insight into various subsidiary subjects across the disciplines. The Master's program in Mathematics gives students the opportunity to focus on a particular area of study and to expand and deepen their knowledge in that area.

## Bachelor Mathematics 100 % or 50 %

Degree | Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) or Bachelor of Arts (B. A.) |

Type of Study | Undergraduate |

Begin of Study | Winter semester only |

Standard period of study | 6 semesters |

Language(s) | German |

Application Procedure | No admission restrictions |

## Master Mathematics

Degree | Master of Science (M. Sc.) |

Type of study | Consecutive |

Begin of study | Winter and summer semester |

Standard period of study | 4 semesters |

Language(s) | German, some English |

Application Procedure | Access restriction |