The University of Southampton
Mathematical SciencesPostgraduate study

Courses

We greatly value the training of our students and we offer a wide range of training opportunities.

Our programmes provide an integrated series of training modules to help you develop your professional and personal skills as well as your scientific expertise.
Your research work will be closely supervised and supported, particularly in the early months. At intervals during your project, you will be expected to demonstrate to our academic staff that your work is progressing well and likely to achieve a successful outcome. If you have a sponsor, such as a UK Research Council or an overseas government, this is also an assurance that they will expect.

Mathematics is part of three National Postgraduate Training Networks:

Students in our PhD programme are  required to take courses from these networks, but can also choose any course available in the University that is appropriate for their research programme.  In total students are required to take 100 hours of courses and to be assessed on them.  

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