With over 30 faculty members and a large body of postdoctoral fellows from around the world, the Department of Mathematics @BGU provides its students with an active and lively research environment with a distinct international character.
Areas of specialization:
Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Representation Theory and Number Theory; Ergodic Theory and Probability; Functional Analysis, Operator Theory and Operator Algebras; Global Analysis and Differential Equations; Complex Analysis; Topology and Geometry; Logic, Set Theory and Model Theory; Combinatorics; Applied Mathematics.
- Students benefit from participation in international conferences and a highly distinguished lecture series sponsored by the Center for Advanced Studies in Mathematics
- Full Tuition and Cost of Living Scholarships are available for excellent students.
- Outstanding students may join the combined M.Sc.-Ph.D. track during the 2nd year of the M.Sc. studies. Students in this track join the Ph.D. program without submitting M.Sc. thesis. They will submit a single thesis, and will be awarded both M.Sc. candidates are given the opportunity to work under the supervision of top-flight scientists using advanced laboratory equipment.
Length of program:
The M.Sc. degree requires two years of full-time study.