DURATION OF STUDIES
2 years (4 semesters)
LANGUAGES OF INSTRUCTION
CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION
A Bachelor in Mathematics or in Mathematics, Computer Science and Numerical Sciences, or a degree deemed equivalent upon review of the application. For certain degrees, prerequisites can be required.
THE MASTER IN MATHEMATICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE, AND NUMERICAL SCIENCES
takes an in-depth look at the various fields of mathematics, integrating a sizeable component on programming and new computer technologies. The programme establishes tangible connections between the various theories and methodologies unique to mathematics and computer science. Students are introduced to topics such as modelling, simulation, information management, database design and multimedia security.
For information, the Master in Mathematics and the Master in Mathematics and Computer Sciences have been reformed and will become, starting September 2021, 120-credit Masters, with 4 semesters of studies (two years).
4 semesters (max. 8 semesters) | 120 ECTS credits
Required courses and electives (84 credits)
Students must take 14 semester-long courses to be chosen from courses offered by the Mathematics Section and the Computer Science Department, including at least 5 in mathematics and 5 in computer science. Some examples:
- Geometric Integration
- The Ising Model
- Number Theory
- Knot Theory
- Lie Algebras
- Probabilistic Algorithmics
- Parallel Algorithms
- Data Mining
- Artificial Intelligence
- Multimedia Security, etc.
Dissertation (36 credits)
LEVEL OF FRENCH REQUIRED BY UNIGE
No French proficiency test required for non-Francophones. A good knowledge of French and English is nevertheless recommended.
Students may earn up to 40 credits while on exchange. They may also conduct research outside the university, under the supervision of a faculty member, or do a work placement at a leading external laboratory in order to complete their Master's degree.
The Master of Science in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Numerical Sciences leads to a number of opportunities both in Switzerland and abroad, including:
- Applied research in the private sector
- Banks and financial institutions
- Pharmaceutical companies and industry
- Academic research (doctoral, post-doctoral)
- Teaching, etc.
500 CHF / semester (~530 €, ~580 $US)
Rate of the day
Deadline for Fall Semester: 30 April 2023
(28 February 2021 for applicants subject to a visa because of their nationality, as set forth in Swiss federal regulations)
Deadline for the Spring Semester: to be checked on the website of the Admissions Office
EXCELLENCE MASTER FELLOWSHIPS
The Faculty of Science, with the support of external partners, has established an Excellence Fellowship program open to outstanding and highly motivated students who wish to pursue a Master of Science degree in one of the disciplines covered by the Faculty. Candidate selection is based on excellence.
Deadline for applications : February 28, 2024