International Mathematics Programs

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Follow in the footsteps of the famous town musicians and make your way to Bremen! The Hanseatic City is home to around 500,000 people in Northwest Germany. The city has a vibrant, welcoming maritime flair being located along the Weser River and close to the North Sea. Bremen has a history of more than 1,200 years and has established itself as a modern European center for the space and aeronautics industries. The University of Bremen opened its doors in 1971 and is closely linked to the city and its businesses. Many tech companies and research institutions are located close to the university campus.

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Extend and apply your mathematical knowledge!

Do you already have a Bachelor's degree in mathematics and would now like to gain further qualifications as part of an international advanced study program? Do you want to expand your analytical and methodical knowledge and skills? Or do you want to learn about real-world applications of mathematics?

We will show you what opportunities the young and innovative University of Bremen offers you and what you can learn about mathematics here.


Which program best suits me?



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Mathematicians are in demand nationally and internationally; not only in science, but also in almost all areas of the job market - in particular finance, insurance, software development, management consulting, medicine, as well as digital communication. In combination with the strongly anchored concept of research-based learning, in which students work on their own research projects, we offer excellent preparation for a possible subsequent doctorate.

Industrial Mathematics and Data Analysis

Industrial mathematics focuses on using modern mathematical methods to solve problems that occur in science, engineering, and industry. Typical topics range from methods for solving partial differential equations to optimisation methods and inverse problems to machine learning approaches. A core element of the study programme is a one-year project in which students work on real tasks from research or industry in close cooperation with external partners. Typical fields of application are in the development of production processes, measurement technology, medical devices, self-driving vehicles of all kinds and in aerospace, to name just a few examples. Our graduates also find their professional future in all these areas later on.

Medical Biometry / Biostatistics


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Biostatistics as a science of modelling and analysis of quantifiable biomedical processes and phenomena opens up a wide range of applications, for example preventive medicine, treatment of environmental risks, health care as well as research and development. The program enables students to carry out scientific work independently; for example, the statistical planning and evaluation of empirical studies or the mathematical modeling of correlations in biology and medicine.

Get in touch

Academic Advisory Office - Mathematics

Do you want individual advice? Contact the Academic Advisory Office - Mathematics! Any questions about study planning, application, exams and the recognition of courses will be answered there.

Academic Advisory Office - Mathematics

Building/Room: MZH 1300

E-mail: szmatheprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Phone: +49 (0) 421 218 63533


Student Council

Are you looking for contact with students or would you like to hear about personal experiences? Then contact the StugA (Student Council) of Mathematics. Your StugA team is at your side before and during your studies for all questions and problems and advocates for your ideas and interests.

StugA Mathematics

Buliding/Room: MZH 1196

E-mail: mathprotect me ?!stugenprotect me ?!.de

Phone: +49 (0) 421 218 63536


Social Media

Stay tuned about events and news on the social media channels of Faculty 3, the Mathematics Student Council and the University of Bremen.