The difference between the Mathematics with Computer Science track and the Computer Science with Mathematics track

What is the difference between the “Mathematics with Computer Science” track and the “Computer Science and Mathematics” track?

The “Mathematics with Computer Science” track is a track of the Faculty of Mathematics that combines a degree in mathematics with studies of the basic subjects of computer science (in a ratio of 1:2). On the other hand, the “Computer Science and Mathematics” track is a track for outstanding candidates, with a particularly high “SEHEM” (acceptance grades), and is jointly managed by the Faculty of Computer Science and the Faculty of Mathematics. This track consists of seven semesters and the ratio between the courses in computer science and the mathematics courses is equal.