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Full time September PGDip, Other Full-time: 1 year
Mathematics (25)

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The HDip Mathematical Science programme at UCD offers graduates with a non-mathematics background the chance to enhance their mathematical skills. This one-year course allows you to complete the core components of a BSc Honours Degree in Mathematics or Mathematical Science, preparing you for further study at the MSc level. Taught by the dynamic and multidisciplinary UCD School of Mathematics and Statistics, this programme equips you with a deep understanding of modern mathematics and statistics. With a focus on problem-solving and data analysis, you'll develop the skills to excel in careers such as research, actuarial consulting, IT, and teaching. Entry requirements include a high level of mathematical ability and English language proficiency.

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Graduate Taught (level 8 nfq, credits 60)

This Higher Diploma in Mathematical Science offers the opportunity for graduates with a degree in a subject other than mathematics to achieve a more advanced mathematical training. Taking the Higher Diploma in Mathematical Science will allow you to complete the core components of a BSc Honours Degree in Mathematics or Mathematical Science. This course would equip you with the necessary background to pursue an MSc degree in Mathematics or Mathematical Sciences. 

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Entry Requirements

The mathematics stream of this programme is especially intended for applicants with a degree in mathematical studies, economics and finance, a three-year honours degree in mathematics or a cognate discipline with a high mathematical content. An upper second class honours or the international equivalent is required.

The applied and computational mathematics stream of this programme is especially intended for science and engineering graduates who have scored highly in their mathematics, applied mathematics or mathematical physics courses. An upper second class honours or the international equivalent is required.




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