Mathematics

Portico
Master programme
A.Y. 2019/2020
LM-40 - Matematica (EN)
Master programme
120
ECTS
Access
Open with entry requirements examination
2
Years
Course location
Milano
Language
Italian
International title
Double Degree

The courses included in the master degree programme in Mathematics share the common objective of providing students with the advanced knowledge and training required to pursue a career in teaching. Students can attend courses on cutting-edge subject matter in at least one sector of research, and receive the necessary training to enable them to assimilate future scientific advances in the field.

The general curriculum is designed to provide in-depth knowledge in at least one sector of Mathematics, through teaching characterised by a particularly high degree of logical rigour and abstraction.

The applied curriculum aims to offer in-depth knowledge of at least one sector of Mathematics: the teaching is geared first and foremost at training students in the use of the mathematical techniques used in modelling, mathematical study, the numerical simulation of natural, biomedical, social and economic phenomena, and technological issues.

The industrial curriculum (annexed to the international ECMI collaboration agreements) is designed to provide in-depth knowledge of at least one sector of Mathematics: the teaching is primarily interdisciplinary in nature and focuses on modelling, simulation, the optimisation of industrial, social, economic, technological and biomedical problems, and the development of teamwork and communication skills.

The master degree programme in Mathematics prepares graduates for employment in public or private facilities which require aptitudes in abstract reasoning, the formalisation and/or modelling of concrete problems and their solution through the use of the multiple mathematical tools available.

The autonomous critical thinking and communication skills required for completion of the programme enable Mathematics graduates to work with a high degree of autonomy and to quickly and competently integrate themselves into working environments, taking on professional roles in various fields.

In particular, graduates can work in: banks, insurance companies, survey institutes, consultancy firms, certification companies, design and software development companies, centres and companies that operate in the medical, biomedical and pharmacological fields, ecology, the research and development sections of large enterprises, transport, telecommunications and aerospace and, more generally, in the high-technology industry. Graduates can also work in the field of the diffusion of scientific knowledge or pursue careers in research or teaching (upon completion of the relevant teacher training programmes and any competitions set out by current regulations).

Application and admission: Open with entry requirements examination.

The international Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory (ALGANT) and European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI) master programs are unique courses in Europe for pure and industrial mathematics.

These programs are supported by international university consortia and aimed at the awarding of academic titles which are also recognized abroad (e.g. Double degrees) and the promotion of European higher education.

Highly recommended, not mandatory

Courses list

Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
Final Exam 30 Italian
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Optional
Advanced Topics in Probability Theory 6 42 Italian
Algebraic Combinatorics 6 42 Italian
Algebraic Topology 9 69 Italian
Analytic Number Theory 6 42 English
Biomathematics 1 6 42 Italian
Category Theory 6 42 Italian
Commutative Algebra 9 69 English
Complex manifolds 9 69 Italian
Dynamical System 2 6 42 Italian
Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint 1 6 42 Italian
Elements of Functional Analysis 6 42 Italian
Foundations of Computer Science 1 6 42 Italian
Fourier Analysis 6 42 Italian
Geometry 5 9 77 Italian
Geometry history and education 9 73 Italian
Geometry of schemes 6 42 Italian
Group Theory 6 42 Italian
Hamiltonian Systems 1 9 73 Italian
Mathematical Logic 1 6 42 Italian
Non Linear Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 1 9 78 Italian
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 3 9 78 Italian
Preparation of didactical experiences 2 6 52 Italian
Probability Theory 9 72 Italian
Projective Algebraic Geometry 6 42 Italian
Real Analysis 9 64 Italian
Representation theory 9 69 Italian
Stochastic Geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Optional
Algebra 4 6 58 Italian
Algebraic Number Theory 9 63 Italian
Algebraic Surfaces 6 42 Italian
Automated Reasoning 6 50 Italian
Calculus of Variations 6 42 Italian
Complex Analysis 9 64 Italian
Complex geometry(first part) 6 42 Italian
Differential geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian
Dynamical Systems 1 6 42 Italian
Epistemology of the Mathematical processes 6 42 Italian
Evolutions Equations 6 42 Italian
Gruppi di Lie 6 42 Italian
Harmonic Analysis 6 42 Italian
History of Mathematics 1 6 42 Italian
Homotopical Algebra 6 42 English
Mathematical Statistics 9 78 Italian
Numerical Linear Algebra 6 60 English
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 2 9 78 Italian
Numerical Optimization 6 52 Italian
Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian
Preparation of future teachers 2 9 78 Italian
Relativity 1 9 72 Italian
Scientific Computing 6 60 Italian
Statistical Mechanics 6 42 Italian
Stochastic Calculus and Applications 9 73 Italian
Study plan rules
a1 - CHARACTERIZING ACTIVITIES: 57 ECTS
Students must obtain at least 18 ects in the sectors Mat/01-02-03-04-05, by choosing courses that appear in the following table 1A.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period
Algebraic Topology 9 69 Italian First semester
Commutative Algebra 9 69 English First semester
Complex manifolds 9 69 Italian First semester
Elements of Functional Analysis 6 42 Italian First semester
Geometry history and education 9 73 Italian First semester
Hamiltonian Systems 1 9 73 Italian First semester
Mathematical Logic 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 1 9 78 Italian First semester
Probability Theory 9 72 Italian First semester
Real Analysis 9 64 Italian First semester
Representation theory 9 69 Italian First semester
Algebraic Number Theory 9 63 Italian Second semester
Complex Analysis 9 64 Italian Second semester
Complex geometry(first part) 6 42 Italian Second semester
Differential geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian Second semester
Dynamical Systems 1 6 42 Italian Second semester
History of Mathematics 1 6 42 Italian Second semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 2 9 78 Italian Second semester
Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Relativity 1 9 72 Italian Second semester
Stochastic Calculus and Applications 9 73 Italian Second semester
a2 - Students must obtain at least 12 ects in the sectors Mat/01-02-03-04-05, by choosing courses that appear in the following table 2A.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period
Advanced Topics in Probability Theory 6 42 Italian First semester
Algebraic Combinatorics 6 42 Italian First semester
Analytic Number Theory 6 42 English First semester
Biomathematics 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Category Theory 6 42 Italian First semester
Dynamical System 2 6 42 Italian First semester
Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Foundations of Computer Science 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Fourier Analysis 6 42 Italian First semester
Geometry 5 9 77 Italian First semester
Geometry of schemes 6 42 Italian First semester
Group Theory 6 42 Italian First semester
Non Linear Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian First semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 3 9 78 Italian First semester
Preparation of didactical experiences 2 6 52 Italian First semester
Projective Algebraic Geometry 6 42 Italian First semester
Stochastic Geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian First semester
Algebra 4 6 58 Italian Second semester
Algebraic Surfaces 6 42 Italian Second semester
Automated Reasoning 6 50 Italian Second semester
Calculus of Variations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Epistemology of the Mathematical processes 6 42 Italian Second semester
Evolutions Equations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Gruppi di Lie 6 42 Italian Second semester
Harmonic Analysis 6 42 Italian Second semester
Homotopical Algebra 6 42 English Second semester
Mathematical Statistics 9 78 Italian Second semester
Numerical Linear Algebra 6 60 English Second semester
Numerical Optimization 6 52 Italian Second semester
Preparation of future teachers 2 9 78 Italian Second semester
Scientific Computing 6 60 Italian Second semester
Statistical Mechanics 6 42 Italian Second semester
a3 - Students must obtain at least 6 ects in the sectors Mat/06-07-08-09, by choosing courses that appear in Tables 1A and 2A.
a4 - Students must obtain the ects remaining to reach the total of 57 by choosing courses in any sector Mat/xx among those appearing in Tables 1A,2A,1B,2B,1C,2C.
a5 - COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES: 12 ECTS
Students must take at least 12 ects in a sector different from Mat/xx, by inserting in their curriculum those courses that appear in Tables 1A,2A,1B,2B,1C,2C.
Students also have the opportunity to enter courses in sectors different from Mat/xx, as long as these sectors are included in the list in the "Ordinamento" del CDL degree in Mathematics, http://www.mat.unimi.it/users/ccd_mat/OrdinamentoMagistrale.pdf. The choice must be approved by the CDM.
Students also have the opportunity to replace the courses mentioned above with others in the sectors Mat/xx. The choice must be approved by the CDM.
a6 - ADDITIONAL TRAINING ACTIVITIES: 3 ECTS
Students must obtain 3 ects preparing a seminar on a topic assigned by a staff member chosen by the student or by participating in other activities such as those provided for curriculum C or by doing the exam of the course "Mathematical Modelling Laboratory"or through the "Criptovalute and Blockchain " activity (Contact Prof. Maggis) or the "Laboratory of mathematical methods and models in Python"(Contact Prof. Paleari); students can also obtain 3 ects through Laboratorio Didattico and Internship (please contact Prof. Turrini).
a7 - FREE CHOICE ECTS : students must take the missing ects to reach 90 ects, by following free choice courses.
The courses of the undergraduate programme which are not mandatory for all can be included in the study plan only among the free ects.
The courses of the undergraduate programme which are mandatory for all can only be assigned by the Admissions Committee.
Non ci sono propedeuticità obbligatorie.
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First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Optional
Advanced Topics in Financial Mathematics 6 42 Italian
Advanced Topics in Probability Theory 6 42 Italian
Biomathematics 1 6 42 Italian
Combinatorial optimization 6 48 English
Complements of operating research 6 48 Italian
Cytology and histology 9 78 Italian
Decision methods and models 6 48 English
Dynamical System 2 6 42 Italian
Ecology 9 80 Italian
Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint 1 6 42 Italian
Elements of Functional Analysis 6 42 Italian
Foundations of Computer Science 1 6 42 Italian
Fourier Analysis 6 42 Italian
General physiology and animal physiology 9 80 Italian
Genetics 9 80 English
Geometry 5 9 77 Italian
Geometry history and education 9 73 Italian
Hamiltonian Systems 1 9 73 Italian
Mathematical Finance 1 9 69 English
Non Linear Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 1 9 78 Italian
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 3 9 78 Italian
Probability Theory 9 72 Italian
Real Analysis 9 64 Italian
Stochastic Geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Optional
Algebra 4 6 58 Italian
Calculus of Variations 6 42 Italian
Complex Analysis 9 64 Italian
Dynamical Systems 1 6 42 Italian
Epistemology of the Mathematical processes 6 42 Italian
Evolutions Equations 6 42 Italian
Gruppi di Lie 6 42 Italian
Harmonic Analysis 6 42 Italian
History of Mathematics 1 6 42 Italian
Logistics 6 48 English
Mathematical Finance 2 6 42 Italian
Mathematical Modelling Laboratory 6 72 Italian
Mathematical Statistics 9 78 Italian
Molecular biology and bioinformatics 12 96 Italian
Numerical Linear Algebra 6 60 English
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 2 9 78 Italian
Numerical Optimization 6 52 Italian
Operations research 6 48 Italian
Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian
Relativity 1 9 72 Italian
Scientific Computing 6 60 Italian
Statistical Mechanics 6 42 Italian
Stochastic Calculus and Applications 9 73 Italian
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
Final Exam 30 Italian
Study plan rules
b1 - CHARACTERIZING ACTIVITIES: 57 ECTS
Students must obtain at least 9 ects in the sectors Mat/01-02-03-04-05, by choosing courses that appear in the following table 1B.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period
Elements of Functional Analysis 6 42 Italian First semester
Geometry history and education 9 73 Italian First semester
Hamiltonian Systems 1 9 73 Italian First semester
Mathematical Finance 1 9 69 English First semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 1 9 78 Italian First semester
Probability Theory 9 72 Italian First semester
Real Analysis 9 64 Italian First semester
Complex Analysis 9 64 Italian Second semester
Dynamical Systems 1 6 42 Italian Second semester
History of Mathematics 1 6 42 Italian Second semester
Mathematical Statistics 9 78 Italian Second semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 2 9 78 Italian Second semester
Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Relativity 1 9 72 Italian Second semester
Stochastic Calculus and Applications 9 73 Italian Second semester
b2 - Students must obtain at least 6 ects in the sectors Mat/01-02-03-04-05, by choosing courses that appear in the following table 2B, or in the previous table 1B.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period
Advanced Topics in Financial Mathematics 6 42 Italian First semester
Advanced Topics in Probability Theory 6 42 Italian First semester
Biomathematics 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Combinatorial optimization 6 48 English First semester
Complements of operating research 6 48 Italian First semester
Cytology and histology 9 78 Italian First semester
Decision methods and models 6 48 English First semester
Dynamical System 2 6 42 Italian First semester
Ecology 9 80 Italian First semester
Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Foundations of Computer Science 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Fourier Analysis 6 42 Italian First semester
General physiology and animal physiology 9 80 Italian First semester
Genetics 9 80 English First semester
Geometry 5 9 77 Italian First semester
Non Linear Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian First semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 3 9 78 Italian First semester
Stochastic Geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian First semester
Algebra 4 6 58 Italian Second semester
Calculus of Variations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Evolutions Equations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Gruppi di Lie 6 42 Italian Second semester
Harmonic Analysis 6 42 Italian Second semester
Logistics 6 48 English Second semester
Mathematical Finance 2 6 42 Italian Second semester
Mathematical Modelling Laboratory 6 72 Italian Second semester
Molecular biology and bioinformatics 12 96 Italian Second semester
Numerical Linear Algebra 6 60 English Second semester
Numerical Optimization 6 52 Italian Second semester
Operations research 6 48 Italian Second semester
Scientific Computing 6 60 Italian Second semester
Statistical Mechanics 6 42 Italian Second semester
b3 - Students must obtain at least 12 ects in the sectors Mat/06-07-08-09, by inserting in their curriculum courses that appear in Table 1B.
b4 - Students must obtain at least 12 ects in the sectors Mat/06-07-08-09, by choosing courses that appear in Table 2B.
b5 - Students must obtain the remaining ects for the achievement of 57 ects by choosing courses in any sector Mat/xx through the entries in Tables 1A,2A,1B,2B,1C,2C.
b6 - COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES: 12 ECTS
Students must obtain at least 12 ects in a sector different from Mat/xx, by inserting in their curriculum those courses that appear in Tables 1A,2A,1B,2B,1C,2C.
Students also have the opportunity to enter courses in sectors different from Mat/xx, as long as these sectors are included in the list in the "Ordinamento" del CDL degree in Mathematics, http://www.mat.unimi.it/users/ccd_mat/OrdinamentoMagistrale.pdf. The choice must be approved by the CDM.
Students also have the opportunity to replace the courses mentioned above with others in the sectors Mat/xx. The choice must be approved by the CDM.
b7 - ADDITIONAL TRAINING ACTIVITIES: 3 ECTS
Students must obtain 3 ects by preparing a seminar on a topic assigned by a staff member chosen by the student or by partecipating in other activities such as those provided for curriculum C or by doing the exam of the course "Mathematical Modelling Laboratory" or through the "Criptovalute and Blockchain " activity (Contact Prof. Maggis) or the "Laboratory of mathematical methods and models in Python" (Contact Prof. Paleari); students can also obtain 3 ects through Laboratorio Didattico and Internship (please contact Prof. Turrini).
b8 - FREE CHOICE ECTS: students must take the missing ects to reach 90 ects, by following free choice courses.
The courses of the undergraduate programme which are not mandatory for all can be included in the study plan only among the free ects.
The courses of the undergraduate programme which are mandatory for all can only be assigned by the Admissions Committee.
Non ci sono propedeuticità obbligatorie.
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
Final Exam 30 Italian
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Optional
Advanced Topics in Financial Mathematics 6 42 Italian
Advanced Topics in Probability Theory 6 42 Italian
Biomathematics 1 6 42 Italian
Combinatorial optimization 6 48 English
Complements of operating research 6 48 Italian
Decision methods and models 6 48 English
Dynamical System 2 6 42 Italian
Elements of Functional Analysis 6 42 Italian
Fourier Analysis 6 42 Italian
General physiology and animal physiology 9 80 Italian
Geometry 5 9 77 Italian
Hamiltonian Systems 1 9 73 Italian
Mathematical Finance 1 9 69 English
Non Linear Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 1 9 78 Italian
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 3 9 78 Italian
Probability Theory 9 72 Italian
Real Analysis 9 64 Italian
Stochastic Geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language
Optional
Calculus of Variations 6 42 Italian
Complex Analysis 9 64 Italian
Dynamical Systems 1 6 42 Italian
Evolutions Equations 6 42 Italian
Harmonic Analysis 6 42 Italian
Logistics 6 48 English
Mathematical Finance 2 6 42 Italian
Mathematical Statistics 9 78 Italian
Numerical Linear Algebra 6 60 English
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 2 9 78 Italian
Numerical Optimization 6 52 Italian
Operations research 6 48 Italian
Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian
Relativity 1 9 72 Italian
Scientific Computing 6 60 Italian
Statistical Mechanics 6 42 Italian
Stochastic Calculus and Applications 9 73 Italian
Study plan rules
c1 - CHARACTERIZING ACTIVITIES: 45 ECTS
Students must obtain at least 15 ects in Mat/05 sector, 9 ects in Mat/06, 9 in Mat/08, by inserting in their curriculum those courses that appear in the table 1C below. If this is not possible for some SSD (eg. when the examination of some of these teachings had already been claimed during a previous undergraduate course) the student must include in his study plan all teachings remaining in table 1C (for that SSD) and, if necessary, add the teachings of that SSD to obtain the expected ects, choosing among those activated and shown in Table 2C.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period
Elements of Functional Analysis 6 42 Italian First semester
Hamiltonian Systems 1 9 73 Italian First semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 1 9 78 Italian First semester
Real Analysis 9 64 Italian First semester
Dynamical Systems 1 6 42 Italian Second semester
Mathematical Statistics 9 78 Italian Second semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 2 9 78 Italian Second semester
Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Stochastic Calculus and Applications 9 73 Italian Second semester
c2 - Students must obtain at least 6 ects in the sectors mat/06-07-08-09, by inserting in their syllabus courses that appear in the table below 2C.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period
Advanced Topics in Financial Mathematics 6 42 Italian First semester
Advanced Topics in Probability Theory 6 42 Italian First semester
Biomathematics 1 6 42 Italian First semester
Combinatorial optimization 6 48 English First semester
Complements of operating research 6 48 Italian First semester
Decision methods and models 6 48 English First semester
Dynamical System 2 6 42 Italian First semester
Fourier Analysis 6 42 Italian First semester
Geometry 5 9 77 Italian First semester
Mathematical Finance 1 9 69 English First semester
Non Linear Partial Differential Equations 6 42 Italian First semester
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 3 9 78 Italian First semester
Probability Theory 9 72 Italian First semester
Stochastic Geometry (first part) 6 42 Italian First semester
Calculus of Variations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Complex Analysis 9 64 Italian Second semester
Evolutions Equations 6 42 Italian Second semester
Harmonic Analysis 6 42 Italian Second semester
Logistics 6 48 English Second semester
Mathematical Finance 2 6 42 Italian Second semester
Numerical Linear Algebra 6 60 English Second semester
Numerical Optimization 6 52 Italian Second semester
Operations research 6 48 Italian Second semester
Relativity 1 9 72 Italian Second semester
Scientific Computing 6 60 Italian Second semester
Statistical Mechanics 6 42 Italian Second semester
c3 - Students must obtain 45 ects by choosing courses in any sector mat/xx through the entries in Tables 1C,2C.
c4 - COMPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES: 18 ECTS
Students must obtain at least 12 ects in a sector different from Mat/xx, by inserting in their curriculum those courses that appear in Tables 1A,2A,1B,2B,1C,2C.
Students also have the opportunity to enter courses in sectors different from Mat/xx , as long as these sectors are included in the list in the "Ordinamento" del CDL degree in Mathematics, http://www.mat.unimi.it/users/ccd_mat/OrdinamentoMagistrale.pdf . The choice must be approved by the CDM.
c5 - Students must obtain additional 6 ects in a section different from Mat/xx, by inserting in their curriculum courses that appear in Tables 1A,2A,1B,2B,1C,2C.
Students also have the opportunity to enter courses in sectors different from Mat/xx, as long as these sectors are included in the list on the "Ordinamento" del CDL degree in Mathematics, http://www.mat.unimi.it/users/ccd_mat/ordinamento.doc . The choice will be approved by the CDM.
Students also have the opportunity to replace the courses mentioned above with others in the sectors Mat/xx.
The choice must be approved by the CDM.
c6 - ADDITIONAL TRAINING ACTIVITIES: 12 ECTS
Students can obtain 12 ects through an internship/industrial training (6 ects) or by doing the exam of the course "Mathematical Modelling Laboratory" (6 ects) or through participation in the activities of the ECMI Modelling Week which are going to be held in San Pietroburgo (Russia) in the summer of 2020 (6 ects; for information please contact Prof. Causin.
Alternatively, they can be achieved by:
Activity "Criptovalute and Blockchain " (3 CFU), please contact Prof. Maggis or the "Laboratory of mathematical methods and models in Python ".
Algant students can acquire 3 ects after active participation to an Algant Summer School and / or by TER ( = Travaux de recherche et d' Actude ) certificate from a University which is an Algant French partner.
At most 3 CFU can also be acquired by preparing a seminar, on a topic assigned by a teacher or through the "Criptovalute and Blockchain " activity (Contact Prof. Maggis) or the "Laboratory of mathematical methods and models in Python" (Contact Prof. Paleari).
At most 3 ects can be acquired also preparing a seminar on a topic assigned by a teacher, as long as the topic concerns a theme or industrial application, students can obtain 3 ects through Laboratorio Didattico and Internship (please contact Prof. Turrini).
c7 - FREE CHOICE ECTS : students must take the missing ects to reach 90 ects, by following free choice courses.
The courses of the undergraduate programme which are not mandatory for all can be included in the study plan only among the free ects.
The courses of the undergraduate programme which are mandatory for all can only be assigned by the Admissions Committee.
Non ci sono propedeuticità obbligatorie.
Sede
Milano
Sedi didattiche
Sede dell'ufficio per la didattica del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Matematica: Dipartimento di Matematica, Via Saldini 50.
Sede dei Corsi: i corsi si tengono in linea di massima presso le aule del Dipartimento di Matematica, via Saldini 50 o presso aule del Settore Didattico, Via Celoria 20
Ulteriori informazioni sulla struttura sono reperibili nel sito http://www.ccdmat.unimi.it/it/informazioni/elencoAule.html
Sedi laboratori
Il corso di laurea si avvale principalmente dei laboratori presenti presso il dipartimento di Matematica, via Saldini 50.
Si veda http://www.matematica.unimi.it/ecm/home/organizzazione/laboratori
Fees, scholarships and benefits

University fees

For students enrolled on bachelor’s, master’s and single cycle degree programmes are divided into two instalments of different amounts and with different payment deadlines:

  • the first, corresponding to the minimum amount, is the same for all students 
  • the second - technically referred to as an ‘all-inclusive fee’-  that is variable.

Students can also be entitled for tuition fee reductions such as:

More info at: Fees - current academic year

Scholarships and benefits

L’Ateneo fornisce inoltre una serie di agevolazioni economiche a favore dei propri studenti con requisiti particolari (merito, condizioni economiche o personali, studenti internazionali) come:

Enrollment
First year enrolment:
Admission
Open with entry requirements examination

Application period: from 03-01-2019 to 09-13-2019
Enrolment period: from 04-05-2019 to 02-28-2020