In collaboration with the Mathematics Institute, the Department of Statistics has created the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Mathematics and Statistics. Unlike many CDTs this is not dedicated to a single topic, but covers the range of research interests of both departments. Our vision is to create a thorough training environment in mathematical sciences, spanning theoretical, methodological, and applied areas.
The CDT environment provides common training to a cohort of PhD students across the mathematical sciences in addition to the specialized work of the PhD project under the supervision of individual faculty members. CDT students choose their supervisor and research topic during the first year of the programme.
PhD training that is NOT via the CDT and where the student works with a nominated supervisor from day one is available only in cases where this training scheme is required by the student’s funding source.
Further details of potential PhD projects can be found on individual staff web pages
Applicants to the CDT do not need a detailed research proposal. However, it will help to indicate your areas of interest. Applicants who require funding from one of the University's scholarship schemes must develop a research proposal in close collaboration with a potential supervisor and are strongly encouraged to contact the department well before applying.
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Minimum English Language Requirements
|English Level Description||IELTS (1.0 -9.0)||TOEFL IBT (0-120)||TOEFL CBT (0-300)||PTE (10-90)|
|Extremely Limited||< 4||< 31||< 93||< 30|
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Overall IELTS (Academic or UKVI) score of 6.5 and component scores.
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Overall IELTS (Academic or UKVI) score of 7.0 and component scores.
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Overall IELTS (Academic or UKVI) score of 7.5 and component scores.
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Overall IELTS (Academic or UKVI) score of 8.0 and component scores.
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- Course Code: P-G4P0
- Course Type: Full Time
- Course Level: Doctoral Degree/PhD
- Duration: 04 Year
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