Studying Math at the TUM
Solving interesting problems, uncovering hidden secrets, describing complicated processes with surprisingly simple formula: Mathematics is the right subject, for all those who like to get to the bottom of things and enjoy developing new ideas and finding solutions.
The Department of Mathematics at the Technical University of Munich is the top address in Germany for study and research in the field of applied mathematics. The TUM is also one of the leading universities in Europe and is linked to more than 160 partner universities worldwide.
Are you interested in what studying maths is really like? Take a look at our Schools and pupils website to find out about courses for higher grade school pupils.
What does a maths degree course consist of?
You have questions on our maths degree courses? Feel free to contact us:
Tel: +49 (0)89 289 17577
Internal post: SB-S-MA
during the semester
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 - 11:00
Tues. & Thurs.13:00 - 15:00
in lecture-free periods
Tues. 9:00 - 11:00
Thurs. 13:00 - 15:00
When we are closed:
Please use our letter box to post any documents you need to submit.
Which mathematics courses are available?
Master Mathematics in Data Science
Master Mathematics in Finance and Actuarial Science
Master Mathematics in Operations Research
Master Mathematics in Science and Engineering
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We are international
The internationalization in study and teaching is a core competence of our faculty. More than 60% of our students go abroad during their studies. In addition, we are attractive for international students and scientists - not least because the lessons in the Master take place with us in English.Whether you are a TUM-Student looking to study or do a work placement abroad or an international student wanting to study at our department, we are here to inform and advise you!
Thinking about a PhD already? Particularly talented mathematics students at the TUM can start working on their PhD during their Master's course. The advantages: early insights into research, financial support through a scholarship, intensive thematic support and advice through you own personal mentor. Find out more about being a PreDoc.