The Work Continues
The Academic Head of the Master's Programme 'Mathematics' and the Head of the Department of Fundamental Mathematics visited colleagues from the University of Passau.
Since spring has come, senior students have been anxiously waiting for their last summer exams to begin. Soon graduates will face the choice of what course their further professional development will take—a choice that is undoubtedy a difficult one.
This year the Double-Degree Master’s Programme 'Mathematics' in Nizhny Novgorod will open its doors for the first time to graduates in collaboration with the University of Passau, located in Germany in the city of Passau. Former students of the programme will have a unique opportunity to gain two diplomas after graduation: Mathematics (M.Sc. Mathematics) and Computational Mathematics (M.Sc. Computational Mathematics).
The programme's supervisors once more visited German colleagues this week to work out the details of the agreement and design the curricula for students who wish to attend courses at both universities during their studies. During the visit, in addition to participating in negotiations of the educational aspects, Professor of the Department of Fundamental Mathematics O. V. Pochinka presented a report on approaches to the studying process of dynamic systems at the Mathematical School of Nizhny Novgorod, while Professor Fabian Wirth from the research team of the University of Passau delivered a report in response.