We offer a wide range of opportunities for postgraduate study in an exciting, challenging and rewarding environment.
As a postgraduate student you will collaborate with scholars working on world-leading research. The School benefits from substantial research funding from the EPSRC, as well as other public and private bodies.
In your first year you will follow an agreed programme of study to introduce you to research skills and methods and advance your knowledge in your chosen field. This includes a broad choice of postgraduate courses provided through the national collaborative networks
We host regular seminars in all of our subject areas with renowned speakers, and also run the Cardiff Mathematics Colloquia and the annual Welsh Mathematics Colloquium, all of which provide insight into cutting-edge research.
The principle areas in which we offer supervision towards the research degrees of MPhil and PhD are pure mathematics, applied mathematics, operational research, and probability and statistics.
When to apply
You can apply at any time during the year, but should allow at least 3 months before your desired entry point to process your application.
There are four entry points per year:
- 1 October (fits best with academic term and training dates)
- 1 January
- 1 April
- 1 July
If you wish to be considered for a studentship, we advise applying six months before your entry date.
We award a small number of EPSRC-funded doctoral studentships each year.
We welcome applications if you are self-funding or have funding from other sources, including government studentships or your employer. We actively invite applications in our main areas of interest.
If you require further information, please email email@example.com.
Full details of how to apply once you have discussed your proposal are available in course finder.