Our MSc in Mathematical Sciences is a flexible and challenging programme, taught by leading experts in the field. It allows you to develop a wide range of mathematical techniques and gives you a solid foundation to progress to research and employment at the highest levels.
Under the guidance of an academic mentor, you will be offered a choice of units spanning the breadth of mathematics. The programme offers a huge variety of possible combinations of units and themes, allowing you to add units from other schools to create an MSc which matches your interests. Its taught element is followed in June by your chosen research project, which is supervised by an experienced research academic.
The programme gives you the opportunity to increase your understanding of mathematical theory and equips you with fundamental skills in the modelling and analysis of problems. Our graduates are highly sought-after by employers for their strong analytical, communication and organisational skills.
Structure The MSc in Mathematical Sciences comprises a taught component of 120 credit points (October to May), followed by a 60-credit research project (June to September).
Units There is an extensive range of possible combinations of units and themes. An academic mentor will advise you on these units and meet regularly with you individually or in small groups throughout the taught component. You are also invited to participate in the wider academic life of the school, including research seminars.
Research project Research themes include: -Algebra and Representation Theory -Applied Probability in Biology and Communications -Bayesian Modelling and Analysis -Dynamical systems and Statistical Mechanics -Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems -Fluid Dynamics -Geometric Analysis -Logic and Set Theory -Material Science -Monte Carlo Methods -Nonparametric Regression -Number Theory -Probability: Scaling limits and Statistical Physics -Quantum Information -Quantum Chaos -Random Matrix Theory -Time Series and Finance
This programme provides you with quantitative research, reasoning and problem solving skills that will be valuable in your future career. Mathematics graduates find employment in finance, accountancy, research, teaching and management.
Applicants should possess a first-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in mathematics or a related subject. Previous professional experience or qualifications can also be put forward for consideration as equivalent to the academic entry requirements given above. These will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
19 September 2016
Recipient: University of Bristol
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