All graduates of the academic bachelor study programmes (or programmes of same or higher level elsewhere) are eligible for the admission to the master study programme Applied statistics, regardless of their field of study.
The programme comprises six study modules: Biostatistics, Social sience statistics, Economic Statistics, Business statistics, Technical statistics, Official statistics, and Mathematical statistics. The first three semesters take the form of lectures and laboratory practice, while the fourth semester is intended for the work on a master’s thesis under the guidance of the selected supervisor.
The interdisciplinary master study program Computer science and mathematics admitts graduates of bachelor study programmes (or equivalent) in mathematics, computer science or related field.
This programme is designed for students with a strong interest in computer science. Its goals comprise the qualification for the development and usage of new information technologies, for research in the fields of mathematics and theoretical computer science, and the capability of rapid acquisition of new knowledge from the field of computer and information science and the related field of mathematics.
The need for application of computer technology is growing everywhere, and therefore graduates of this program can find employment in all branches of business and the public sector.