Normally, applicants are required to have a first or a good 2nd-class honours degree (or its equivalent) in mathematics, although people with other relevant qualifications or experience will be considered too.
Months of entry
There is an active research group in numerical analysis (approximation theory and ordinary and partial differential equations) and in the numerics of dynamical systems. There is a structured programme in the first year of study which includes a small element of research training, tailored to individual student need.
We offer PhD and MPhil supervision in areas that are compatible with the research interests of our academic staff, which include:
Approximation Theory; Finite Element Methods for PDEs; Numerical Solution of ODEs; Molecular Dynamics; Dynamical Systems
Information for international students
Information for international students is available on our website.
Fees and funding
Research Councils, university research studentships, overseas research studentships.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr A Clark
- 0116 252 5670
- 0116 252 3915