Meeting **eligibility for MSc mathematics** is indeed important for the admission process.

The question is “Do you have the required marks or subject to even consider yourself for an MSC mathematics course”?

In the admission process, many times colleges or institutes ask multiple documents that even we don’t carry with us. Or most of the time we don’t have a clear idea that it’s even required.

In this guide, you will get almost all the information. About the eligibility for MSc mathematics.

Which will help your mind to go further? For the admission process or at least at a considerable level.

**Eligibility for MSc in Mathematics.**

- Admission for MSc mathematics courses happens through
**entrance exams**,**direct admission**, or**matrix basis**. - Most of the colleges and universities conducted the exam for the MSc mathematics program or course.
- After clearing the entrance exam you have to face the personal interview and then the final section will happen.
- Still, in many colleges, you will be eligible for MSc maths. Based on your bachelor program marks.
- One of the main requirements for eligibility for.sc maths is your graduation degree through a recognized college or institute.
**English and mathematics**is the required subject in your graduation degree.- If you have 50% marks. No worries, Delhi University gives admission to MSc mathematics if you have a minimum of 50% marks in your Graduation.
- MSc mathematics course did not have any limited age requirement for admission.
**BSc (Mathematics)**/**BSc (Mathematics with computer science)**/**B.Tech**/**B.E with mathematics**is required in your graduation degree.- Maximum institutes or colleges required
**55%**to**60%**or equivalent CGPA in your graduation. - Some institutes are also available who ask for the one-year work experience as eligibility for MSc mathematics.

**Eligibility for MSc maths in DU (Delhi University).**

1. Delhi University takes admission in both ways direct admission and entrance text admission. |

2. 50% of seats are available for the M.A (Mathematics) and M.Sc (Mathematics). Which get select on their merit list drawn among students who have passed. |

3. However, BA (Hons) and B.Sc. (Hons) required 60% marks. Equivalent candidates can also admission for applying for the MSc mathematics course. |

4. The rest 50% seat gets filled by the entrance exam. If you have a bachelor’s degree in any subject and studied three-course every year at graduation, can also go for the entrance exam with 50% marks |

**Eligibility for MSc maths in Mumbai University.**

1. College like MU Kalina (Santa Cruz East) has some MSc mathematics eligibility criteria. Such as graduation or equivalent are required from the recognized institute or university. |

2. You can apply for admission online and normally admission happens in the marks obtained. |

3. Many other Mumbai university is also available on how to take the admission on the merit list basis. |

4. If you are looking at the admission in Mumbai and want a distance MSc mathematics course. Then in my opinion you can consider the University of Mumbai. |

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