As part of the School of Mathematics and Statistics, we offer a range of undergraduate degree programmes including BSc and MMath (integrated masters) courses covering the broad range of mathematical sciences as well as those specializing in statistics. We also offer a variety of joint degrees in collaboration with other schools. We pride ourselves on teh quality of our teaching: our undergraduate programmes are highly rated in all the national league tables routinely coming within the top five in the UK and top in Scotland. More details are given on the School web pages for prospective students.
We are highly committed to postgraduate training, since this is often an entry route into statistics for those coming from other quantiative disciplines. We currently offer four taught postgraduate degrees in statistics:
- MSc/PGDip Applied Statistics and Datamining
- MSc Data-Intensive Analysis
- MSc/PGDip Statistical Ecology
- MSc Statistics
The School also offers an MSc Mathematics and MSc Mathematical Biology in which statistics modules can be taken. Finally, the Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies offers an MSc Health Data Science which is partly taught by members of our division.
For more information, please follow the above hyperlinks or look on the School web pages for prospective students.
We have a thriving PhD programme, with some students supervised entirely within the Division of Statistics, others jointly with colleagues in other areas of mathematics, and other students supervised jointly with colleagues from other Schools.
If you are interested in joining us as a PhD student we keep a list of PhD opportunities in the Division (pdf). See also the School PhD research web page for general information about PhDs within the School.