- Faculty of Science
- Bellaterra campus
- Duration: 4 courses - 240 credits
- Places: 60
- Admission mark: 12,390
- Price per credit: 18.46 euros
- Language: Catalan (80%), Spanish (10%) and English (10%).
- Academic calendar
- Learning mode: Classroom-based learning
If you interested in science, like to reason, and understand the tools behind the largest developments of our technological world: mathematics are here for you.
The bachelor's degree in Mathematics at the UAB provides you with a solid training in its several branches, from the mroe applied sectors to the fundamentals. That is why this degree is managed by an internationally active and renowned research department which includes more than eighty researchers.
Today, several disciplines are based on mathematics: economics, computer sciences, finances, nanotechnology, etc. This degree will prepare you to find your place within the professional world. With an eye on choosing your future, the degree offers four different specialisations: Fundamental Mathematics, Mathematical Engineering, Statistics and Economatics. In addition, you will be able to participate in professional work placements and study at other universities through exchange programmes in Europe (Erasmus) and UAB-spcific programmes (exchanges with universities in California).
Currently, graduates with a degree in primary sciences are highly valued in the fields of new technologies for their capacity of analysis, abstraction and rigorousness which allows them to adapt easily to realities that are constantly changing. Mathematical models and tools are fundamental today in industrial, financial and business sectors, which need experts to develop and implement them.
The field of mathematics is essential for businesses in the following areas:
Financial and insurance institutions (assessment of derivatives, risk coverage, etc.).
Scientific/technical and IT consultancy services (optimisation of processes, communication networks, numerical methods, coding, cryptography, etc.).
Businesses and institutes working with statistics (quality control, exploratory analysis of data, big data etc.).
Companies with interdisciplinary research and development teams.
Once you complete this degree you will also be prepared to teach mathematics at different educational levels; or you can continue your education by taking a master's degree to further your professional training or begin a career in either basic or applied research.