The aim of the CDT is to offer advanced research training in mathematics of the highest quality and to prepare doctoral students for their future career. The breadth of expertise in the Department, together with a thriving culture of research, international visitors, seminars and workshops, makes the Department one of the best universities in the UK to undertake a postgraduate research programme.
The programme is aimed at those students who wish to specialise in Mathematics, whether it be in pure and/or applied mathematics. The PhD in Interdisciplinary Mathematics is aimed at those whose interests lie at an interface between mathematics and its applications. Students studying for this programme will have a supervisor in the Mathematics department as well as in a second University Department in MiR@W (Mathematics Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick) given that the focus of the Interdiciplinary Mathematics PhD is the application of mathematical techniques to problems in another discipline.
Other PhD Programmes
Information on Doctoral Training Centre PhDs are given on the relevant Centre's pages (see links on http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/postgrad/)