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Undergraduate Programs

We offer six undergraduate programs for you to choose from. In first year all students take the same courses which gives you the time to decide what you really like. It's easy to switch from one program to the other if you change your mind.


Actuarial Science (BA)

Actuaries study the present monetary value of future obligations as well as the variability of these present values in the contexts of life and health insurance, property and casualty insurance, pension funds and social wealth-fare programs.

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Applied Mathematics (BSc/BA)

Learn the techniques and language of mathematics and become familiar with applications in other fields. Create mathematical models - the key tool for solving real-world problems. Learn techniques in analysis, simulation, and data science. Make informed recommendations in areas like scientific computing, disease modeling, and finance.

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Mathematical Biology (BSc)

Represent biological processes using mathematical tools and techniques. Learn experimental methods, data analysis, mathematical modelling, writing computer programs, and specific software applications.

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(Pure) Mathematics (BSc/BA)

Study the beauty of mathematics through the language of abstraction and reasoning. Build skills in mathematical reasoning and techniques. Learn the conceptual foundations for cryptography, computer science, mathematical physics, economics, machine learning, financial engineering, and more.

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Mathematics for Education (BSc/BA)

Combine mathematics and education to develop a wide perspective on the teaching and learning of mathematics. Become well prepared for a rewarding career in mathematics education and find yourself in demand in a market with an ongoing shortage of qualified mathematics teachers.

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Statistics (BSc/BA)

Statisticians extract value out of data and work in virtually all fields. Use your degree to help combat climate change, help develop better medicines, or understand the nature of our universe.

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