|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
School of Mathematical Sciences
University of Nottingham
|Address||University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK|
|Tel. No.||+44 (0) 115 951 4949|
|Fax No.||+44 (0) 115 951 4951|
MSc in Mathematical Medicine and Biology|
MSc in Statistics
MSc in Statistics and Applied Probability
MSc in Scientific Computation
MSc in Scientific Computation with Electromagnetics
MSc in Scientific Computation with Industrial Mathematics
MSc in Scientific Computation with Mathematical Medicine and Biology
MSc in Scientific Computation with Computational Fluid Dynamics
MSc in Scientific Computation with Solids and Structures
MSc in Scientific Computation with Finance
|Type of courses||Full-time|
|Length of programmes||1 year|
|Date of commencement||September|
|Class size||Less than 15 for most courses|
|Accommodation||University accommodation guaranteed for overseas students|
Home students: £3240|
Overseas students £9600.
| Student grants/
For overseas students, there are 2 scholarships of 25% of the fees for each course. |
For UK or EU students on the Mathematical Medicine and Biology course there are 3 full studentships available.
Good honours degree (second class or above) in mathematics or related subject with substantial mathematical content.|
English language: IELTS 6.0
Mathematical Medicine and Biology: Markus Owen|
Statistics: Neil Butler
Scientific Computation: Andrew Cliffe
|Top recruiters of our graduates||Financial and management sector (KPMG, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Ernst & Young, etc)|
The new MSc course in Mathematical Medicine and Biology will provide students with skills suitable for research careers in this exciting and growing field. Students will take core modules in biology and physiology, and the application of mathematics to medicine and biology. More advanced modules will introduce research topics in biomedical mathematics, including options in Computational Biology and Theoretical Neuroscience. The taught training programme will be followed by a substantial individual project leading to a dissertation. Throughout the course the exceptional strength of Nottingham’s Centre for Mathematical Medicine and Biology will facilitate students’ hands-on experience of interdisciplinary biomedical research. Topics studied may include cancer modelling, blood flow, neuroscience and tissue engineering. Students should have a mathematical background but no prior biological knowledge is assumed.
The MSc course in Statistics, currently in its second year, offers a modern advanced curriculum in statistics that enables students to broaden and deepen their understanding of the subject and its applications. The programme is suitable for a professional career in statistics or as a solid basis for research in statistics. All students take core modules covering the fundamentals of statistics. Optional topics typically include generalised linear models, Markov Chain Monte Carlo, multivariate analysis, spatial statistics, time series and forecasting, multilevel models, stochastic finance, and shape and image analysis. The course consists of two semesters of taught modules followed by a major dissertation on a project chosen by the student.
The new suite of courses in Scientific Computation offer a solid grounding in advanced scientific computation which will prepare students for either a career in industry or research in an area where computational techniques play a significant role. Scientific computing is a new and growing multidisciplinary field, concerned with harnessing the power of modern computers to carry out calculations relevant to science and engineering. Applications include the design of cars, aeroplanes, drugs and financial products, and environmental issues, such as weather forecasting and long-term predictions of the effects of global warming. All seven MSc degree courses are centred around a common 60 credit teaching core which includes the modules: Variational Methods, Computational Linear Algebra, and Algorithm Design and Operational Research. Optional topics can be selected from the general areas of Industrial Mathematics, Mathematical Medicine and Biology, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Solids and Structures, and Electromagnetics. In addition to the taught courses, students will undertake a 3 month summer project. The course is taught by experts in the field from the School of Mathematical Sciences and from other Schools, including Computer Science and Engineering.
The School of Mathematical Sciences is a large and thriving centre with high standards in both undergraduate education and post-graduate research. External reviews rank us among the top places in the UK to study mathematics. In the most recent Quality Assurance Agency Subject Review (2004/05), the School of Mathematical Sciences scored 23 out of 24, while in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise, the School earned grade 5 ratings for Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. The School is one of the largest in the UK, with over 50 full-time academic staff. Undergraduate courses are offered in Mathematics and in Mathematics combined with other subjects including Computer Science, Economics, Philosophy or Chinese Studies. The School currently has over 70 postgraduate research students and is currently committed to expanding its portfolio of taught postgraduate (MSc) courses.
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