We are considering applications from UK and other EU students for our Ph.D. and research masters programmes. We also welcome applications from international students. For further information on these in Mathematics and Statistics postgraduate degrees and on scholarships available please visit the College of Science and Engineering graduate school.
PhD study options:
- Full or part time standard PhD
- Maclaurin Scholarship for Postgraduate Research and Teaching: The Maclaurin scholarship has been created to provide an opportunity for a talented student to undertake study for a PhD in the mathematical sciences while simultaneously gaining teaching experience by contributing to the School’s extensive teaching programme. This is a five-year funded PhD scholarship which includes teaching duties. Please indicate on your application form if you would like to be considered for the Maclaurin Scholarship.
- PhD with integrated study: A four-year PhD programme which begins with a 9 month taught component which gives the student comprehensive training before they embark on the research component of their PhD. This programme is particularly well suited to students who do not pocess the required background knowledge in the subject to begin a PhD immediately. More details on the PhD with integrated study can be found here.
Shortlisting and review of applications for scholarships will begin on 1st January 2020 and will continue until all funded places have been awarded. Applications are still accepted after 1st January and will be considered for any remaining scholarship opportunities.
PhD research topics:
Information about the possibilities for your research project are available on our school research pages. You can also find information of the thesis topics of current Ph.D. students as well as examples of sample research topics aimed at giving an impression of the breadth of different topics available.
How to apply:
Full instructions on how to apply on-line to study on our Ph.D. and research masters programmes are found at College of Science and Engineering graduate school website, where you can also find information on English language requirements for the programmes.
If you have any questions about research in Mathematics and Statistics or you would like some advice, please do not hesitate to contact us.
|Dr Brendan Owens||Dr Robert Teed||Dr Nema Dean|
|Pure Mathematics||Applied Mathematics||Statistics|
The Director of Postgraduate Studies
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Glasgow, G12 8QQ