The Master of Science (MSc) in Mathematical Sciences at NTNU is a two year, international Master's degree programme.
Mathematics is the language of science. From the time of Pythagoras to the world we live in today, mathematics has been extremely important for the development of society. Mathematics and statistics are fundamental subjects that never go out of date.
If you are interested in problem solving and enjoy mathematics, these subjects may be just right for you.
Mathematics is used in medicine, natural sciences, technology, finance, the environment, public administration, and much more. With an education in mathematical sciences, you will be highly sought after in the job market.
**Self-financed and Quota Scheme
1. MARCH (15 APRIL)*
Norwegian / Nordic applicants
The 1 March (15 April)* application deadline may apply if you have a Bachelor's degree from Norway / Nordic country or are a Norwegian / Nordic citizen.
*Refer to these admission procedures for more information.
Graduates with Master's degrees in mathematical sciences are in demand on the job market in sectors ranging from energy to finance, research, teaching and information technology.
Read what former students say about their jobs (in Norwegian).
The Master's programme in Mathematical Sciences is a two-year programme of study totalling 120 credits. You can choose from five programme options:
15 APRIL: Norwegian applicants
If you are a Norwegian citizen and hold a bachelor's degree from Norway. See admission procedures.
1 MARCH: Nordic applicants
The 1 March deadline may apply if you have a bachelor's degree from a Nordic country or are a Nordic citizen. See admission procedures.
15 JANUARY: International applicants
The online application is now closed for international students. Next intake is August 2016, the application form will open autumn 2015.
Questions about your international master's application?
Having trouble with your online application for our international Master's of Science programmes? Wondering when the deadlines are, or what kind of language requirements to be fullfilled? We have answered all these questions and more in our FAQs.