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Вроцлавський політехнічний університет

address: Wybrzeże Wyspiańskiego 27,
50-370 Wrocław, Poland
phone: +48 71 320 37 11
+48 71 320 31 70
+48 71 320 37 19
+48 71 320 44 39
e-mail: admission@pwr.wroc.pl    internet: www.pwr.wroc.pl

MSc in Applied Mathematics




1,5 years



ECTS points



The quality of the mathematics faculty at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology has been ranked among top ten in Poland by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education for many years (among top three, when speaking of technical universities). This fact, together with innovative academic programs, has always attracted many excellent students. At present, we teach over 600 math students and we are increasingly interested in developing their skills and talents so as to accurately respond to the demands of the booming job market for math graduates. We also teach math courses for students who major in other branches of science and engineering.
We offer undergraduate and graduate programs in two areas: Bachelor's and Master's Programs in Pure Mathematics and Engineering and Master's Programs in Applied Mathematics (the last one in English). These two facets of mathematics give our students a unique opportunity to accomodate their studies to their interests. Moreover, high quality research is conducted in many branches of pure and applied mathematics, from analysis, differential equations and their applications, probability and stochastic processes, through statistics, to financial and actuarial mathematics.


2000 EUR per semester Application fee:
200 EUR for candidates applying on different terms than applicable to Polish citizens
85 PLN for candidates applying on the same terms as applicable to Polish citizens


July 15 October Intake, 30 November February Intake


27 Wybrzeże Wyspiańskiego
50-370 Wrocław
Building A-1, room 253
tel. +48 71 320 30 00
e-mail: wmat.dziekanat@pwr.edu.pl




Faculty of Pure and Applied Mathematics

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