Application and Admission

Admission for the Master of Science, Mathematics

We are pleased that you are interested in a master's degree in mathematics at the TU Darmstadt. The english-instructed Master's programme in Mathematics is open to all prospective students with a corresponding academic background. Please note the admission requirements listed below. If you are not sure whether you are eligible for the programme, please contact the International Coordinator Nathalie Becker.

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New application deadlines

Due to technical changes application for the winter semester 2022/23 is currently not possible.

Please apply from June 1st, 2022 via TUCaN.

Application and admission: M.Sc. in Mathematics

From June 1st, 2022, please apply via TUCaN. Please follow the instructions you will find there.

The following documents (certified copies) must be submitted together with the online application form:

  • Certificate of first (university) degree in original language and official translation
  • Diploma Supplement in original language and official translation
  • Proof of your language skills
    • TOEFL iBT 95 and higher or
    • IELTS 6.5 and higher or
    • English as first language: copy of passport sufficient or
    • a confirmation from the university, if you have already completed an English-instructed course of study
  • Subject and grade overviews for each semester in original language and in official translation (officially certified copies)
  • Certificate of the university entrance examination (if necessary) in original language and in official translation
  • Copy of passport
  • a letter of motivation in which you state your interest in the desired areas of specialization
  • Table of equivalence showing the extent to which the courses you have taken so far match the professional requirements
  • Module/ Course descriptions

For further information on the application procedure, please visit the website of the International Department.

Once we have received your written application package, we will formally check whether you fulfil the requirements for the study programme.

The decision as to whether you will be admitted is made by a selection committee which may decide that you will only be admitted subject to certain conditions. This means you may be required to catch up on areas you have not yet studied (no more than 30 CPs) by the end of the Master’s programme.

Please note that a degree in non-mathematical subjects (no matter if Bachelor or Master) usually does not qualify for a Master's programme in Mathematics at TU Darmstadt. If you are unsure, please contact the .

If you are not sure if you are eligible for a Master of Science in Mathematics, we recommend the Online Self-Assessment.