Information about undertaking a Ph.D. in the two mathematics departments can be found on their respective websites, alongside information about research activities:
- PhD in Department of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics (DAMTP)
- PhD in Department of Pure Mathematics & Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS) (including the Statistical Laboratory)
Both Departments offer a Ph.D. requiring three years training in research. The topic of a Ph.D. dissertation may be chosen from the wide range of subjects studied within the two departments.
For detailed information on University funding deadlines and the applications process please visit the University's Graduate Admissions webpages.
- PhD studentships at The Alan Turing Institute
- Cambridge Centre for Analysis (EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Analysis)
- PhD studentships at Cantab Capital Institute for Mathematics of Information
- BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (biosciences, including mathematical biology)
- Cambridge ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership
- Cambridge Earth System Science NERC DTP
- Cambridge EPSRC Doctoral Training Opportunities
- MRC Biostatistics Unit PhD Programme
- Wellcome Trust Mathematical Genomics and Medicine (MGM)