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Natural Sciences


BSc Mathematics

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile

The first year and the second year are mainly devoted to the learning and consolidation of the fundamentals of analysis, algebra, discrete mathematics and numerical computing. 

Along the way, students will learn a set of computer skills and the basics of probability theory. Within the labour market for the financial sector, the latter represents an important advantage for mathematics students versus students who come from management-/economy-oriented studies. Moreover, the computer-oriented courses, along with computer-oriented ways of thinking that an individual develops while studying mathematics, provide a good foundation for employment in programming and related companies. The larger part of the study programme represents elective courses where students learn about various specific areas of pure and applied mathematics. An optional part of the curriculum also has an interdisciplinary outline, which means that students can choose courses where the natural sciences (especially biology and biochemistry) combine with computer science and mathematics.

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels (inc Maths) and three GCSEs

Six passes at Leaving Certificate, inc 2 x H5. Higher Maths required




11 February

30 August

In the event of there being more applicants than places, selection is based on grades, in general, and your grade for Maths, in particular