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Tuition fee €2,900 per year
Application fee €100 one-time
Registration fee €100 one-time

Baltic Center Registration Fee Includes:
– Consultations for selection of HEI
– Migration & visa consultation
– Registration in the Baltic Center database
HEI admission documents’ check
– General testing for all Baltic Center HEIs – Admission Examination
– Student’s admission to HEI, maximum 3 registrations per one fee.
& In case of HEI change at the request of a student, after the admission letter receiving from HEI, a transfer to another HEI is for an extra cost.
– Documents’ arrangement for the payments to HEI
– Bonus – on the written application of a student, preparation and transfer of the invitation for the embassy.
& The period of preparation from week to two months


The aim of the academic study programme “Mathematics” is to provide the students matriculated in DU with academic education in the science of mathematics, giving in-depth knowledge in mathematics and in its sub-branches, and developing skills and abilities in independent scientific-research activities.

The tasks of the master’s study programme are formulated according to the set aim, on the basis of the development strategy worked out at DU and the current trends in the education system of mathematics in the European Union:

to provide the students with the opportunities to qualitatively and successfully acquire the study programme ;
to impart in-depth knowledge in the selected sub-branch of mathematics and develop students’ competence in mathematics;
to improve skills and abilities in applying present-day technologies for obtaining and processing information;
to deepen master students’ understanding about the mathematical modelling of technological, social processes and of those taking place in natural sciences;
to introduce students to the historically developed traditions of mathematical science of Latvia and contribute to a further development of sub-branches of mathematical science in Latvia;
to provide the supervision of students’ scientific research by highly qualified academic staff;
to promote the improvement of skills and abilities necessary for independent scientific research activities.
As a result of the programme’s acquisition, the graduate will acquire and be able to demonstrate:


Students are able to demonstrate in-depth and specialized knowledge as well as understanding of most essential notions and regularities of the selected sub-branch of mathematics

in mathematical analysis; in the theory of ordinary differential equations and their boundary value problems, functional analysis, general topology; in discrete mathematics, modern methodology of elementary mathematics, which create a foundation for creative thinking and research.

Students are able to demonstrate specialized knowledge as well as understanding of most essential notions and regularities in the inter-branch aspect of mathematics

in the didactics of mathematics; in mathematical modelling; in using specialized software in mathematics. Skills:

Students are able to demonstrate specific skills of mathematics when fulfilling different tasks, formulating judgments and giving substantiations.

When carrying out their research students are able

to organize their independent work; to identify the problem in the sphere of mathematics and develop a respective mathematical model; to select adequate research methods; to do analytical and experimental research; to summarize and critically evaluate the obtained results; to present the research results to both specialists and non-specialists; to work in a team; to discuss and offer valid arguments at explaining complicated aspects of the selected sub-branch in mathematics; to find creative solutions in changeable and unclear conditions. Competence:

Students are able independently

to get, select and analyze literature, including Internet sources;
to find information about innovations in information and communication technologies and see possibilities of applying them in their professional and research work;
to integrate knowledge from different fields;
to detect the opportunities for basic mathematical modelling in other branches;
to evaluate the impact of their professional activity on the environment and society;
to be understanding and tolerant towards other people’s opinions and results of their work;
to show understanding and responsibility for the precision and adherence to scientific principles in one’s personal contribution;
to be competitive in the labour market offering one’s knowledge and skills.

Apply now! Fall semester 2019/20
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 1, 2019
Apply now! Spring semester 2019/20
Application deadline
Jan 1, 2020 23:59
Europe/Riga time

Winter intake

Studies commence
Feb 1, 2020

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States