PhD opportunities in Mathematics and Statistics
PhD opportunities in the Department cover a wide range of Mathematics and Statistics research including Analysis and Geometry, Combinatorics, History of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Medical Statistics, Multivariate Statistics and Bayesian Statistics.
We welcome applicants for full-time (campus based) and part-time (distance) PhD study in Mathematics and Statistics. For more information, see the guide for applicants.
PhD students benefit from a lively research environment with a full programme of seminars (many recorded for distance students); extensive university training and career development opportunities and support to join an appropriate learned society.
- Full-time campus-based student benefits include: dedicated work-space and computer; £1250 annual allocation for training and conference attendance; possibility of extension of studentship for up to 6 months.
- Part-time distance-study student benefits include: phone, internet and email support from experienced supervisory team; visits to Walton Hall campus for induction and training; support for training and conferences.
Research projects for October 2013
* indicates suitable for part time study.
History of Mathematics
If you are considering applying for full- or part-time study for a research degree, we encourage you to seek informal advice from the Department first, preferably by email, before submitting an application.
or Ben Mestel (Mathematics) and Alvaro Faria (Statistics).