Master’s in Mathematics and Applications – IT Mathematics and Cryptography
Students who choose the Master’s in Mathematics and Applications – IT Mathematics and Cryptography take courses taught by CyberSchool and are graduates from the Université de Rennes 1 (UFR Mathématiques).
Training programme objectives
With this Master’s degree, students acquire a dual competence in Mathematics and Computer Science.
Upon completion of the two years of this master, students will be able to master the complex mathematics involved from both theoretical and algorithmic point of view and implement them in very diverse infrastructures.
Students follow the Cryptography major as well as a minor to develop interdisciplinarity.
Backed by the IRMAR cryptography research team, this master benefits from a framework conducive to cutting-edge training in the field.
Choosing your minor
Who can apply ?
If you wish to apply for this master, you will need a mathematics degree.
When you candidate, please provide details of your relevant experience in the field, in your cover letter and CV.
Once your application has been submitted, the selection committee will make the final decision as to whether your baccalauréat and work experience are an appropriate pre-requisite for this master.