Fachbereich Mathematik at the TU Darmstadt
- Schlossgartenstraße 7
- 64289 Darmstadt
- Phone: +49 6151 16-2601
Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingThe bi-lingual course offerings in the Bachelor's degree allow students, even at the beginning of the course, to acquire skills in English as an international Mathematical language. In the Master's degree course there is a wide range of theoretical, application-oriented and inter-disciplinary areas of specialisation due to the size of the department. The Teaching Qualification degree courses are characterised by close links between the subject-related and didactic content. In all courses of study, the department focusses on innovative teaching and supervision concepts, e.g. the "Darmstadt Model" for small group practicals.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe Master of Mathematics can be studied entirely in English, with a broad selection of topics. For an even greater selection of topics, students can obtain credits from modules of the German Master in Mathematics as well. The TU Darmstadt has a well organised international affairs unit, which will help international students to get settled quickly and help with all practical issues.
Special features regarding the equipmentFor the support of courses, the department maintains several central computer rooms for general use. By appointment, fixed workstations, e.g. for the writing of a final thesis, are made available to students. The application-oriented work groups operate computer servers which can be used by staff and students as part of research, modelling and simulation. Particularly complex calculations e.g. for industrial cooperations can be carried out on the Lichtenberg high-performance computer of the TU Darmstadt.
Support for foundersTU Darmstadt aims to translate more of the results of basic research into practical application and turn ideas into products. The Startup and Innovation Center HIGHEST is a central element of the innovation and transfer strategy of TU Darmstadt. The Pioneer Fund to promote innovation, the Athene Prize for science and technology transfer, the TU Idea Competition, the Open Digital Labs, curricular and extracurricular courses, guidance on start-ups, innovation and inventions all contribute to a lively environment of innovation.
Further information on research activitieswww.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/studium/mathe_in_da/fuer_studieninteressierte/
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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