The fields covered in the two curricula are: Algebra, Mathematical Analysis, Matematical Physics, Geometry, Logic (Mathematics curriculum), Probability, Numerical Analysis, Optimization (Computational Mathematics curriculum).
Content and outcome
Each academic year 6-8 fellowships are offered to Italian and International applicants by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Reasearch (MIUR), the Cariparo Foundation and through European Research grants (e.g. European Community ITN SADCO Network, Algant Network).
Two extra fellowships are awarded each year by the China Scholarship Council to candidates from the People’s Republic of China who are also welcome to apply to the regular fellowships.
Students develop their studies according to their interests and under the direct supervision of one or more Faculty members. They are addressed to attend also International schools, meetings and conferences from the first year of studies, supported by additional funding.
Advanced courses are offered by the Department each year, taught by Faculty members or by well-known international specialists.
Students in the Mathematical Sciences programme at University of Padova become part of a research group of the Department where they pursue a research project. They are immediately exposed to advanced research problems of current international interest in the area of Mathematics and its Applications and can become part of the International research groups connected with the Department.
Students receive a broad training to be prepared for a research job in public or private institutions, both academic and non-academic
- Additive Cathegories, Representation Theory, Group Theory
- Algebraic and Complex Analysis
- Algebraic Geometry, Number Theory
- Calculus of Variations, Geometric Measure Theory, Optimal Control and Differential Games
- Celestial Mechanics and KAM Theory, Hamiltonian Systems
- Foundations of Logic
- Functional and Harmonic Analysis
- Partial Differential Equations
- Mathematics for economics: differential games and quantitative finance
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
Anyone in possession of the following, regardless of nationality, may apply to take part in the selection process:
- Diploma di laurea (pre-reform regime);
- Laurea specialistica/magistrale (post-reform regime);
- Second-level academic qualifications awarded by AFAM (Higher Education in Art and Music) institutions.
International374 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 187 EUR per semester
EU/EEA374 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 187 EUR per semester
Living costs for Padua
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Due for update
Updated over a year ago
Check the official programme website for potential updates.