Information about undertaking a PhD in the two mathematics departments can be found on their respective websites, alongside information about research activities:

- PhD in Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics (DAMTP)
- PhD in Pure Mathematics & Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS) (including the Statistical Laboratory)

Both Departments offer a PhD requiring three years training in research. The topic of a PhD dissertation may be chosen from the wide range of subjects studied within the two departments.

In addition, there are two doctoral training centers within the Faculty each offering a four year PhD with a structured first year:

- PhD in Analysis (Cambridge Centre for Analysis - CCA)
- PhD in Mathematics of Information (Cambridge Mathematics of Information - CMI)

For detailed information on University funding deadlines and the applications process please visit the University's Graduate Admissions webpages.

**Postgraduate Open Day 2018**

The Faculty will be involved in the University's Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 2 November 2018. Click here for further information and a timetable.

**Further opportunities**

- PhD studentships at The Alan Turing Institute
- BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (biosciences, including mathematical biology)
- Cambridge Earth System Science NERC DTP
- Cambridge EPSRC Doctoral Training Opportunities
- Cambridge ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership
- MRC Biostatistics Unit PhD Programme
- Wellcome Trust Mathematical Genomics and Medicine (MGM)