Mathematics and Physics

Mathematics and Physics form the basis for all technical and scientific research. These two subjects are an indispensable prerequisite for technological developments in modern society. The principal aim of the program is to teach students advanced mathematical and physical modelling. In this program you will learn about modelling of mathematical and physical systems. Furthermore, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to synthesize appropriate mathematical concepts and methods in order to analyse and solve relevant problems. Competence in mathematics and physics are always in demand in industry, research and education - it qualifies, for instance, for research in material science, particle physics and cosmology as well as algebraic geometry, statistics and analysis, to mention a few areas only. These subjects will never be outdated or redundant, and society will always need good mathematicians and physicists.
Application deadline

Non-EU applicants: January 10

EU applicants: March 1
Applicants with a Bachelor's degree from Nordic countries: April 15

Formal prerequisites

A Bachelor's degree within one of the following disciplines is required:

  • Mathematics
  • Physics

Applicants with another Bachelor's degree may also be considered if they document at least 120 ECTS credits in mathematics and physics .

Proficiency in English on an advanced level is required and must be documented. For more information, please visit the programme's website.

Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Master, 2 years
City Stavanger
Credits 120.0