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MSc/Diploma in Interdisciplinary Mathematics

Do you aspire to become a professional scientist? If so, this course is designed with you in mind. It’s suitable if you’re a Mathematics graduate wishing to progress to PhD level studies in one of the sciences, or a Science graduate wishing to undertake a PhD in Mathematics. Equally, the course may be of interest if you have a reasonable mathematical background, and wish to learn about the interactions between Sciences and Mathematics.

The programme encompasses a breadth of pure and applied mathematics, and statistics. As an interdisciplinary MSc student, you’ll also have the option to take modules in related sciences and social sciences, including Physics, Biology and Economics.

Most of our MSc postgraduates continue to PhD studies in Mathematics or other contributing subjects (in Warwick or a range of international institutions). Others pursue careers in business, finance, public service, teaching and related

For more information: www.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/postgrad/current/courseinfo/msc

Essential Information

Duration:

Full-time: 1 year, (MSc) or 2 years (Diploma + MSc)

Entry Requirements:

First Class undergraduate degree in Mathematics or a Science degree with high mathematical content

English Language:

IELTS 6.5

Location of Study:

The University of Warwick.

Course fees

Full time:
Home/EU: £9,000 per year
Overseas: £23,460 per year

Part time:
Home/EU: £4,500 per year
Overseas: £11,730 per year

Find out more about Fees and Funding

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