Study Applicants - Bachelor Studies

Field: Applied Mathematics for Multi-Branches Study+Economics

Single study field, programme Mathematics

Form of study



Bachelor field of study "Applied Mathematics for multidisciplinary study" is designed for students interested in mathematics and its applications. Study of applied mathematics with a focus on science offers another opportunity to obtain orientation in a wide range of exact and social sciences with their mathematical foundation. It provides students with the ability of understanding across boundaries traditionally defined disciplines. This field of study is especially designed in combination with the study of economics, but it is possible to combine it with other disciplines.
Goal of the study
The aim of the study is to educate graduates with a broad general mathematical basis, focusing on the application of this mathematical base in another discipline. Graduates can be employed in institutions of interdisciplinary character.

The combination with the study field Economics is ensured by interfaculty study with Faculty of Economics and Administration.

Undergraduate Profile

Graduate of the Bachelor's program
- has knowledge of mathematical methods and practices in their interdependence (without formally exact construction of particular mathematical theories),
- is able to apply mathematical knowledge in another discipline,
- is prepared to address specific problems of practice.
Graduate is well prepared for the master studies of the same field or - after providing the necessary knowledge - in any other field. Graduate can also be employed in the banking sector, in economic and financial institutions and trading and manufacturing companies.

Awarded title


Entrance examinations

Learning Potential Test (Czech only)

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