The Mathematics programme which is offered by the National Research University – Higher School of Economics (HSE) trains professional researchers in mathematical sciences and experts in mathematical education.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Tuition Fee:||390 000 RUB / year|
During this M.Sc. Mathematics programme which is offered by the National Research University – Higher School of Economics (HSE) students will be prepared for PhD qualifying tests in algebra, topology and analysis, have their own research agenda and experience and have teaching experience at university level.
Student exchange opportunities are also offered with École Polytechnique (Paris), École normale supérieure (Paris), Kyoto University, Leiden University, University of Luxembourg, University of Nantes, University of Tokyo.
The Mathematics programme aims at training professional researchers in mathematical sciences and experts in mathematical education.
Upon successful completion of the programme students:
- will be prepared for PhD qualifying tests in Algebra, Topology and Analysis,
- will have their own research agenda and experience;
- will have teaching experience at university level.
- Pojective spaces
- Geometry of projective quadrics
- Spaces of quadrics
- Rational curves and the Veronese curve
- Cubic curves
- Integer ring extensions, polynomial ideals, aﬃne algebraic geometry, and Hilbert’s theorems
- Projective conics and PGL
“I love my programme. In the Master of Population and Development, I feel like I learned how the world works, and so many things that I have seen around the world make more sense to me now. I also love our professors.“
Patrick Whelan // Canada
The most obvious positions would be as a researcher mathematician and lecturer, who proves new theorems and teaches mathematics to university or school students. This is a sought-after career path to take.
For example, the professions of Mathematician and University Professor take the first two positions in the Jobs Rated international ranking, and Forbes magazine wrote: ‘…this year science and math are king on the job market’.