Mathematics and Economics

Prospective students

Our interdisciplinary bachelor's/ master's programmes in the areas of mathematics and economics are our models for success. The personal and individual support we provide for our students is what we are known for.  read more 


Studierende sitzen in einer Gruppe um einen Tisch im Freien zwei stehen und unterhalten sich

Are you studying in programme in mathematics, economics or teaching at Ulm University? This section provides study-specific and general information on your degree programme and relevant links for your studies.
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Our Faculty's research profile is shaped by the interdisciplinary cooperation between mathematicians and economists and focuses on current socially relevant issues, from fundamental areas of mathematics to data science and financial services to sustainability.  read more

Faculty of Mathematics and Economics

Gebäude der Fakultät für Mathematik und Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Helmholtzstr. 18

The Faculty of Mathematics and Economics stands for innovative research which actively involves students and doctoral candidates. We offer our students the best possible education – foundational, practice-oriented and interdisciplinary – combined with individual support.   read more 


Continuing education

The School of Advanced Professional Studies (SAPS)offersmaster's programmes for working professionalsas continuing education. You also have the option to select individual modules of the master's programmes as courses that lead to a recognised certificate(Zertifikatskursein order to specialise in a particular area.
We offer interesting additional qualifications in the area of economics and business analytics. read more

News from one of our departments

Computerterminals im Labor, Uni Ulm, ULESS

ULESS (Ulm Laboratory for Economics and Social Sciences) – Computer laboratory for experiments in economics

In the computer laboratory ULESS ( ) we conduct research in the field of experimental economics. Experimental economics is a method that allows us to analyse individual decision making in economic situations. read more on how individuals' self-assessment depends on whether its accuracy is observable to others. Do significant gender differences exist? Can social information improve self-assessments?