Applications for 2016 are now being accepted
The MSc in Applied Mathematics at Imperial is a one year full-time programme which provides outstanding training on many different aspects of Applied Mathematics. The very broad choice of courses, covering all areas of applied mathematics and mathematical physics, reflects the research interests of the members of the AMMP section, which consists of forty permanent faculty members and more than thirty research associates. Students will be examined in 8 courses.
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A very important part of the MSc programme is the MSc project. The MSc students are provided with a list of projects in late November and they are expected to choose a topic, based on their research interests, before the end of the first term. The MSc students are expected to start preliminary work on their projects early in the second term. The bulk of the work on the project is done during the summer. The MSc project is expected to be quite substantial. In the past, several of the MSc projects have led to publications in scientific journals.