Electrical and computer engineering student wanting to do mathematics masters.

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Hello,

so I am an electrical and computer engineering student.

I want to do a masters in mathematics (discrete, applied but preferred pure!) in the UK, Netherlands or other countries.

I know that usually universities require a maths or physics degree to be admitted for a master.

Is it possible that some universities could accept me with the precondition of having to do some remedial coursework?

I study in Germany and these are the courses with mathematics:

1. Maths one and two, 20 ECTS credits.

2. Signals and systems 1 and 2: 12 ECTS credits.

3. Data structures und algorithms; 6 ECTS.

4.Databases: 6 ECTS.

5. Signals processing. 6 ECTS.

Number 1 is pure mathematics, the rest have the highest amount of applied math, is this a satisfactory background to:

1. Get admitted with remedial coursework to a pure mathematics degree?

2. if not one, then get admitted to a "discrete mathematics" or "applied math" master?

finally, are there any programmes you could recommend?

thanks in advance.
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