MSc by Research (Computational Mathematics and Systems Analytics)

Aston University
En Birmingham (Inglaterra)

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The programme has been designed to meet the demand for mathematically skilled experts in the modelling and analysis of complex phenomena both in the academic and industrial arena.
Projects the dominating part (9 months) with some taught elements. Projects and training can be undertaken within the newly launched Systems Analytics Research Institute or the Non-linearity and Complexity Research Group. Joint supervision with Computer Science is also possible.
Projects in collaboration with industrial partners provide an excellent opportunity to forge links with industry that may result in subsequent employment. Statements from previous students show benefits of the degree in terms highly qualified jobs There are a number of full and half bursaries available for 2016 to cover fees for UK/ EU students

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Requisitos: Duration of programme: Full Time: 1 year full-time: three months taught modules on campus and a nine month individual project. Part Time: 2 years Start date: September Intake: Up to 10 per year for UK/EU students and 15 per year for international students Subject Requirements: Applicants must achieve a minimum of a 2:2 Honours Degree in a numerate science from a UK university, or an equivalent international qualification. The Programme Director may conduct an interview in person or by telephone. Applicants whose first language is not...


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West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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GCSE Mathematics


This programme is designed to train aspiring research scientists and budding IT professionals who wish to rely on numerical proficiency to further their career goals. The programme consists of a training aspect of taught components (3 modules approximately during the first 3 months) and a significant interdisciplinary research project centered towards computational mathematics (9 months)

Research topics are chosen by students from a list of topics mirroring the computational expertise of the Mathematics group and the newly founded Systems Analytics Research Institute at Aston, with Computationally oriented projects in for example, biology, optimization, pattern analysis and physics as well as finance. The projects are supervised by academics from the Mathematics group and the Systems Analytics Research Institute at Aston.

The MSc integrates a taught component of three modules over approximately three months (30 credits) with a substantial individual research project lasting nine months (150 credits)

Core modules:

  • Computational Mathematics (10 Credits)
  • Research skills and Professional Development (10 Credits)
  • Specialist/Technical Research Skills (10 Credits)

Exemption from these modules may be arranged through APL or APEL, provided this is done prior to enrolment.

Students will have the opportunity to carry out a research project in collaboration with industry and through this learn about the application context of technology and the interaction between research and business.