Education at the Department of Mathematics
Do you enjoy mathematics and want to take your skills to the next level? As a student at the Master's Programme in Mathematics, you will get deeper insight in most major and topical areas of mathematics. Since all the teachers at the programme are also active researchers with many international contacts, your studies will provide you access to the modern mathematical world.
Doctoral studies in mathematics
If you want to do research in mathematics, you can apply for our PhD-programme.
Degree projects in mathematics
All passed theses are published in our database.
- Master's theses in mathematics
- Bachelor's theses in mathematics
- Under our research pages, you can see degree projects sorted by field
You can find announcements of upcoming degree project presentations in the department's calendar filtered under Education.
Mathematics students study at campus Ångström. The campus is located twenty minutes walk from the castle and the botanical garden.
At the beginning of each academic year, the university and the student unions arrange welcome activities for new students. The activities are an appreciated introduction to the student city of Uppsala.
The department offers a variety of research seminars. All students at the Master's Programme in Mathematics are welcome to participate.
For upcoming research seminars, see the department's calendar.
For elementary school students: Math Club
Math Club Uppsala is a collaboration between Uppsala municipality and the Department of Mathematics. It is an activity for children who are good at math, but want to explore more difficult math than the subject at school. The math that is discussed at the meetings lies usually outside the school program and the focus is on developing problem-solving and reasoning skills.
For secondary school students: Uppsala math circle
Uppsala Math Circle is a course tailored for students interested in math. The course is a mix of theoretical and problem solving sessions.