Study Mathematics in Portugal

Study Mathematics in Portugal

Studying Mathematics

Mathematics is one of the fundamental sciences that is not only taught at many ages but also has applications in many academic fields. After graduating, students can become researchers, teachers, or even work in many branches of engineering.

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Studying in Portugal

Portugal is one of the oldest nations in Europe; with fine weather, beautiful beaches, rich culture and friendly inhabitants. Seize the opportunity to discover Portugal while you are earning your degree.

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5 Mathematics Master's degrees in Portugal

M.Sc. Actuarial Science

The M.Sc. in Actuarial Science at Lisboa School of Economics and Management provides insights on essential elements in actuarial science: life, non-life, financial and pension funds. The Master’s programme focuses on topics like economics, corporate finance and applied statistics. You can also take on an internship in an insurance company or spend a semester abroad with ERASMUS.

Master Mathematics

Mathematics at University of Madeira is a broad discipline, strongly related to innovation, science and technology.

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M.B.A. Mathematics and Applications

The Master's degree in Mathematics and Applications aims to provide advanced mathematical training in one of the following areas of specialisation: Computational Science Statistics and Operational Research

Materials and Ceramic Engineering
M.Sc. Mathematics and Applications

The Mathematics and Applications Program from Instituto Superior Técnico aims at providing highly qualified professionals for scientifically and technologically demanding sectors of industry and services, by means of a solid background in pure and applied mathematics. The Program also provides the background needed by prospective PhD students, not only in mathematics, but also in other areas of science and engineering where mathematics plays an essential role.

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