Our grad math - Graduate Admissions

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“ Our grad math programs are collaborative, creative and insightful.”
GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN
MATHEMATICS
AND STATISTICS
SHAPE YOUR FUTURE
BASED ON YOUR
RESEARCH INTERESTS
For decades, graduate alumni from our School of
Mathematics and Statistics have been impacting
peoples’ lives. Join our team and make a difference!
We offer two distinguished graduate mathematics
degrees: a Master of Science (MSc) and a PhD.
You can choose from the following program and
research areas:
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Applied Mathematics — Through the Applied
Analysis or the Combinatorics Research Groups
Pure Mathematics — Through the Algebra
and Number Theory or the Theoretical and
Functional Analysis Groups
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Probability and Statistics
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Biostatistics (MSc only)
Our professors are internationally recognized
for their research expertise and leadership. More
information about individual faculty is available
at: carleton.ca/math/research.
The School is a member of the Ottawa-Carleton
Institute for Mathematics and Statistics (OCIMS),
a joint institute with the University of Ottawa.
Together, we offer one of the largest grad programs
in math and stats in Canada. Students can take
courses at both universities, while benefiting from
the expertise and resources at both institutions.
“
carleton.ca/math
While working on projects for the Centre
for Quantitative Analysis and Decision Support,
I recognized the full potential of my degree and
the many ways I can use the skills and tools I have
developed to tackle a broad range of real-world
problems.
”
— Brittany Milton, MSc student (Statistics)
CAPITAL ADVANTAGE &
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
At Carleton, there are unparalleled opportunities
to collaborate. As proud sponsors of the Fields
Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences,
our students participate in lectures sponsored
by the Institute, including the Fields-Carleton
Distinguished Lecture Series.
Our graduate students enjoy the advantage of
studying in the nation’s capital, which provides
easy access to paid internships in government
departments and private industry. Internships
have been held at Corel, Health Canada, the Loeb
Research Institute, Canadian Border Services
Agency, the Canadian Institute for Health
Information and Generation V, among others.
Placements are competitive and not guaranteed.
The School hosts the Centre for Quantitative
Analysis and Decision Support (CQADS), which
offers a myriad of analytical services to clients
on a cost-recovery basis. As part of its activities,
the Centre provides funding, training and
on-the-job consulting experience to qualified
grad students and recent alumni. Students work
with clients such as the Canadian Air Transport
Security Authority, Ottawa Integrative Cancer
Centre, United Way Centraide Canada, Public
Health Agency of Canada, Nordicity Group Ltd.
and Transport Canada. For more information
on the Centre, see carleton.ca/math/cqads.
Our alumni are leaders, pursuing successful
careers with most of the above organizations,
and elsewhere.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS — MSc
LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
The typical admission requirement is an honour’s
bachelor’s degree in mathematics, or the equivalent,
with at least a B+ average. Applicants holding
a three-year degree, with at least a B+ average,
may be admitted to a qualifying-year program.
For admission into Carleton’s graduate programs,
you will need to demonstrate that your knowledge
and use of English are strong enough for graduate
studies at an English-language university. For
a listing of our minimum English-language
requirements, please visit our website at:
graduate.carleton.ca/international.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS — PhD
The typical admission requirement is a master’s
degree in mathematics, or the equivalent, with
at least a B+ standing.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
You need to provide the following documents:
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At least two letters of reference
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A one-page Statement of Intent
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A Preference Form
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A Curriculum Vitae
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A copy of transcripts from all post-secondary
institutions you have attended
If applicable, a copy of your English-language
test results
Note: Official documents (transcripts, test scores)
will be required if you are accepted into our program.
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This document is available in a variety of accessible formats
upon request. A request can be made on the Carleton
University website at: carleton.ca/accessibility/request.
School of Mathematics and Statistics
4302B Herzberg Laboratories
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1S 5B6
Tel: 613-520-3531
Email: [email protected]
APPLICATIONS AND DEADLINES
For more information about our program(s),
please visit this website: carleton.ca/math.
Details about how to apply are available here:
graduate.carleton.ca/apply-online.
You can access an online application at this
website: graduate.carleton.ca/applynow.
All applicants must submit their completed
application by March 1, in order to be eligible
for funding.
Our PhD students can apply for the
Carleton Cotutelle program, which allows
them to study and research abroad while
obtaining credentials from both Carleton
and the partnering international university.
Funding is available in the form of teaching/
research assistantships and scholarships based
on academic excellence. We encourage students
to compete for scholarships from the Ontario
Graduate Scholarship and the Natural Sciences
and Engineering Research Council (NSERC).
Applicants who apply after March 1 may be
considered for funding, if funding is available.
For additional information on scholarships visit:
graduate.carleton.ca/financial-assistance.
“
I remained at Carleton for my PhD
because of the undeniable learning experience
it had to offer. Being a joint institute with the
University of Ottawa and having close ties to
the Fields Institute, there are a multitude of
high-level courses, seminars and colloquia
available on a continuous basis. As part of the
Cotutelle program, I spent 2012 in Lille, France,
which was simply the most fulfilling academic
year of my life.
”
— Jason Crann, PhD Candidate (Pure Mathematics)
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