The Spanish university system dates back to the Middle Ages. The oldest among Spanish Universities is Salamanca, founded in 1218. The present system, however, is actually descendant of the 19th century liberal university, inspired by the centralized French model.
Applied mathematics focuses on mathematical fields that are typically used to solve practical problems in other science fields, engineering or the industry. Typical areas are statistics, operations research and the analysis of dynamical systems.
Find and compare 13 Masters in Applied Mathematics in Spain. Below is a selection of the available study options. If you're interested in studying Applied Mathematics in Spain you can view all 13 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Applied Mathematics discipline in general or about studying in Spain.