Oliver Lindblad Petersen
The Institute of Mathematics offers a 3-year Bachelor's Program which provides a wide and varied mathematical foundation and concludes with the degree Bachelor of Science. Students may choose a minor in another discipline such as:
Prospective students should possess a substantial interest in Mathematics as well as a willingness to work hard.
Each student will have a faculty mentor who is your contact person for all aspects of your studies and can advise you on developing a study program that fits your interests. Information on the Faculty Mentor Program is here.
You can find information on applying and registering as well as corresponding deadlines on the university website.
If you have any questions on this program you are welcome to contact the academic advisors of the institute.