• Courses and services offered at the University of Udine
    Courses and services offered at the University of Udine
Access admission unrestricted
Class LM-40 Mathematics
Duration 2 years
Legal requirements three-year university degree or diploma or equivalent

Mathematics

The Course develops basic notions in mathematics and offers specialized courses in Pure and Applied Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics Teaching Methods. Graduates can teach or work in any field that requires good analytical-deductive skills, most typically in research, industries, the service sector and finance. The course is divided into 2 years. There are obligatory courses in both pure and applied mathematics. You can also choose more advanced courses to complete your preparation according to your interests. A substantial part of the study plan is dedicated to the preparation of the thesis. The University has Conventions with several foreign Universities, which you are encouraged to attend.
Traditional job opportunities for graduates in Mathematics include teaching and research, in both the public and private sector. Graduates will also be able to find a variety of jobs in management and planning.
With this degree, you can be a researcher or technician, an expert in educational and curricular planning, a specialist in accounting and financial problems, a compiler and editor of technical texts, or an IT or ICT scientist.

Graduates in Mathematics acquire an open-mindedness which allows them to develop their preparation in a wide range of directions.  Traditional job opportunities for graduates in Mathematics include teaching and research, both in the public and private sector. Teaching careers in schools can be accessed after having completed the Active Traineeship and qualification procedures established by the law in force. Future Maths teachers who graduate from Udine will have the specific competences required to teach secondary school curricula, which often comprise elements of logic, computer science and modeling with ample use of IT tools within the Maths courses. Moreover, graduates will be able to easily access a variety of jobs distinguished by innovation in the management, economic and planning fields.