Pure and Applied Mathematics, M.Sc.

  • Overview
  • Programme outline
  • Key facts
  • Admission requirements
  • Fees and funding

About

The objective of the Pure and Applied Mathematics programme from the Jagiellonian University is to provide the students with such a knowledge, problem solving skills and insight in mathematics that they are able to work professionally in different areas of mathematics (including teaching at primary or secondary school) or to use mathematical tools in the sectors of industry, information technology or finance.

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Introduction to Topology
  • Measure and Integration
  • Topics in Algebra
  • Selected Topics in Mathematical Analysis
  • Polish Language Course
  • Course in Polish Culture and History
  • Optional Seminar I
  • Optional Seminar II
  • Introduction to Complex Analysis
  • Differentiable Manifolds
  • History of Mathematics - Selected Chapters
  • Optional Course I
  • Elements of Functional Analysis
  • Probability Theory
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations

Detailed Programme Facts

Academic Requirements

All candidates are required to submit the following documents:

  • application form printed from the individual OAS account and signed by the candidate,
  • photocopy of the higher education diploma (at least undergraduate), or other document of higher education graduation obtained abroad, certifying the holder's right to apply for second-cycle (graduate) programmes in the country of issue, considered to be equivalent to respective Polish higher education diploma of at least undergraduate programme (together with the original document available upon request), or when the candidate does not have one yet upon enrolment, certificate issued by the granting institution confirming completion of higher education final examination (diploma examination) and including information of holder's right to apply for graduate programmes in the country of issue, together with final examination grade, diploma dissertation grade and higher education diploma grade together with written declaration to submit the photocopy of the document (with the original document available upon request) by given deadline – under the pain of board denying admission,
  • two photographs (35 mm x 45 mm) taken without head covering, against light background (according to the guidelines for issuing identity cards),
  • photocopy of Polish maturity certificate or International Baccalaureate diploma (IB), or European Baccalaureate certificate (EB), or secondary school leaving certificate or other document obtained abroad entitling its holder to apply for admission to study programmes in higher education institutions in the Republic of Poland (together with the original document available upon request),
  • photocopy of both sides of identification card; in case of non-Polish citizens: photocopy of passport photograph page (together with the original document available upon request),
  • photocopy of diploma supplement (with the original document available upon request), or original official transcript, or when the candidate does not have one yet upon enrolment, candidate's written declaration to submit the photocopy of the document (together with the original document available upon request) by given deadline – under the pain of board denying admission,
  • certificate of grade average obtained within completed study programme, calculated in accordance with granting institution regulations and issued by the university candidate graduated from, including information about grading scale according to which the grade average was calculated – required if this information is not included in the supplement,
  • translation into Polish, certified by a sworn translator, of each submitted document issued in a language other than Polish.

Candidates who do not hold Polish citizenship are required to submit additionally the following documents:

  • photocopy of document certifying candidate's right to undertake study programmes according to the rules applicable to Polish nationals – confirmation of meeting the conditions of Article 43 of the Law on Higher Education Act (together with the original document available upon request),
  • photocopy of document (with the original document available upon request) that certifies candidate's knowledge of the Polish language, i.e. a certificate of completion of a one-year preparatory language course issued by one of the schools of Polish language appointed for this purpose by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, or a certificate issued by The National Commission for the Certification of Polish as a Foreign Language, or other document issued by the Jagiellonian University that confirms candidate's command of the Polish language to be sufficient to enrol in a programme carried out in Polish (does not apply to candidates who take part in the interview),
  • photocopy of document that certifies candidate's possesion of health insurance or casualty insurance for the period of studying in Poland, or photocopy of the European Health Insurance Card (together with the original document available upon request), or a declaration of taking out the insurance in the National Health Fund (Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia),
  • photocopy of medical certificate confirming lack of health conditions disqualifying the candidate from undertaking study programme (together with the original document available upon request), or enclose signed written declaration that you will submit this document by no later than 1 October 2015 – under the pain of withdrawal from the university.
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