You are close to graduating! Half of the third year of the Bachelor’s Applied Mathematics consists of electives (minor), and the other half is dedicated to the last step before you can call yourself Bachelor of Science: your thesis. You can fill in the elective space at your own discretion, basing your choice on what future path you wish to take. For example, you can study abroad for a semester.
More than half of the second semester is dedicated to your thesis; the remaining time is for further electives and for a mandatory subject called Complex function theory. Your graduation project is a large modelling assignment, often taken from real-life. In preparation for this assignment, you will first study and discuss several mathematics articles. This will give you experience in reading and understanding scientific research. Then, you get to formulate your own research question on the basis of your assignment. Afterwards, you are to write a report on your findings. And to finish off your project – and your bachelor's studies – you will present your work at a special student conference.