Depending on the university, there are always slight differences in the syllabus and the structure of the standard material undergraduate students learn.
But I also noticed that undergraduate mathematics differs more greatly if one compares for example Germany (my home country) with the U.S. – I do not know this for sure, but I’ve heard rumours that in the U.S., it is common to start with some non-rigorous calculus (not introducing $ε$-$δ$-definitions for continuity, no formal definition of limits etc.) whereas here in Germany is seems to be common to start with more rigorous courses on linear algebra and analysis.
This just now got me interested in how the standard syllabus differs by country.
How does the mathematical education at university look like in your country? What is the standard syllabus/what are the standard courses offered in the first or first two years and in which order do (undergraduate) students undergo them/learn which material?
A quick google got me this discussion which covers only few countries, but has the sort of answer I’m interested in. Maybe we can get something similar going? Each answer a country?
(The question got migrated from MO.)