The basic courses include: Logics, Computer science, Linear algebra, Number theory, Calculus, Geometry, Probability theory and statistics and Game theory. Advanced courses include Mathematical programming and Operations research, Group theory, Computer algebra, Numerical methods and applied computer science. The courses usually constitute of two parts: a lecture and a problem solving seminar, each worth 2 or 3 credits, depending on the nature of the topic. In addition to the 120 credits which have to be collected from the courses, 60 credits for the preparation of the thesis completes the 180 credits required for finishing the course. The bachelor course in mathematics is the basis for the Master (MSc) line of applied mathematics (with a special focus on operations research) available at University of Pécs as well as other MSc courses available at other universities.
For a successful application please follow the steps below:
The applicant has to submit the following documents by uploading them to the online application portal of the University of Pécs:
Applicants must meet the minimum language requirements to be able to start their studies in the Faculty of Sciences, University of Pécs. B2 level is a minimum requirement, which is equivalent to an intermediate command of English. (e.g.ELTS minimum 5.5; or TOEFL minimum 66 score).
Applicants who do not meet the minimum language requirements have to start their studies with an English Language Preparatory Program.
The applicant must turn 18 years old or should be older by the day of enrolment to the current BSc study program.