Typology
Master’s degree courses
Access methods
Free
Duration
2 years
Location
Como
Language
English
Structure
Department of Science and high technology

Course description

Studying for a math degree means becoming acquainted with abstract concepts that challenge and sharpen logical capabilities to the highest degree. Because of this, mathematics graduates are successful in the most diverse fields. They can analyse problems, construct models, find connections among different concepts and imagine new, surprising solutions.
More and more, the capabilities of a mathematics graduate are sought for by R&D companies, but also by management, finance, banking and insurance firms looking for individuals capable of framing problems theoretically and analysing large amounts of data.

Studying mathematics strengthen abstraction and imagination, which allow the future graduate to develop flexible work capabilities and enable him/her to easily adapt to an ever changing work environment.
This approach is implemented starting from the very earliest years of the program. In our classes you will be taught to develop a critical approach to the material, requiring autonomy and creativity.

There won’t be large books to learn by heart – rather, there will be concepts to understand, think about deeply, and be able to apply autonomously.
In the end, you will learn to discuss problems, ideas and solutions in a precise and rigorous way and to communicate, both in Italian and in English, with experts in your and other disciplines.

Lessons are held in English.

Degree classification: Mathematics
Presidente del Consiglio di corso: GIORGIO DOMENICO PIO MANTICA
Credits: 120

What you need to know

Students in possession of a Laurea triennale in Scienze matematiche (L-35) can enroll in the program, but also students with an Italian degree in other disciplines or a foreign equivalent degree.
By applying, prospective students must show to possess the necessary competence to fruitfully pursue the project.

Curricular requirements are (at least):

  • 48 credits in mathematics
  • 9 in physics
  • 6 in computer science.

English language proficiency is required, at least of level B2 or equivalent.

If you are a EU National, you may stay in Italy for as long as you like: you only need a passport or ID card.
If you are a NON-EU National, you'll have to carry out some formalities.

Department of Science and High Technology
Via Valleggio 11, 22100 Como – Italy
e-mail: didattica.disat@uninsubria.it

Curricula and study plans

To consult teaching courses of previous Academic Years, at the top of this page click on "Course data sheet", then choose the Academic Year of your enrollment and click on "Study plans".

Opportunities and support

Double degree

This course offers you the opportunity to attain a Double degree.

For information on scholarships and other benefits, consult:

Enrollment

Do you think that this course fits you? Enroll and start studying with us!

Attending classes

Studying, taking exams and graduating

To consult the teaching material:

  1. go to https://elearning.uninsubria.it/ 
  2. log in with your university credentials: email username and password (without typing the @studenti.uninsubria.it part)
  3. choose the courses of your study plan in the I miei corsi (My courses) section
  4. there you will find all the materials that the teacher makes available.

To consult the exam dates and times go to the Servizi Web Segreterie studenti (Student Secretariat Web Services)

https://uninsubria.esse3.cineca.it/ListaAppelliOfferta.do (in Italian)

In the Menu select one or more options:

  • the day scheduled for the exam
  • the teaching structure, i.e. your Department or your School
  • the course of study, i.e. your degree course
  • the teaching course, i.e. the title of the teaching
  • the teacher.
     

To submit your examination entry, you must access your personal area of the Student Secretariat Web Services.

Go to the reserved area 

  1. Log in with your university credentials: email username and password (without typing the @studenti.uninsubria.it part)
  2. Esami > Appelli
    Then, select the exam session you want to submit your entry for and proceed following the instructions.

Student services

For all resources, services and opportunities dedicated to registered students, see: Student.