* Please note tuition fees have been rounded off.Tuition fees may differ.
Mathematical sciences is the key to analysing data and developing algorithms that turn numbers and figures into goals or projections. This is extremely valuable and those that can visualise data are highly sought after. The Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences prepares you to take advantage of these growing career opportunities.
Explore the latest developments in astronomy and space science, spherical astronomy, celestial mechanics, theoretical astrophysics and mathematical physics. Study the Astronomy major in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences.
High-performance computing and broadband networking are central to modern astronomy and space science. With this major you can turn your fascination for space into a career in astrophysics and radio astronomy.
AUT’s Warkworth Observatory is linked to New Zealand’s most powerful super computers and has the only radio telescopes in the country. That’s why AUT’s Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space Research (IRASR) can process enormous amounts of data from deep space, used for cutting-edge research in astrophysics and earth science. You can work with IRASR during your study.
All applicants need to meet AUT’s minimum entry requirements qualification equivalent to New Zealand year 13 or University Entrance.
Useful New Zealand school subjects: Calculus, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics
English Language Requirements:
IELTS (Academic) 6.0 overall with all bands 5.5 or higher; or equivalent; TOEFL iBT score of 80; Certificate in English for Academic Study (CertEAS) with B/B+ grade; GIE with B grade; CAE minimum overall score of 169; PTE minimum overall score of 50.
The listings provided on the StudyinNewZealand.govt.nz ("SINZ") website are for information and promotional purposes only. ENZ does not endorse any of the education providers listed, and the information, content and material provided in the listings is the sole responsibility of each education provider. This search is powered by Hotcourses.