Doctoral Training

Every year, the School of Applied Mathematics and Informatics enrolls students for doctoral training in the following specialties:

  1. Calculus
  2. Applied Mathematics
  3. Differential and Integral Equations
  4. Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics
  5. Mathematical Foundations for Informatics

Training duration:

– Continuous concentration system: 3 consecutive years for Ph.D. students, 4 years for students with university degrees.

– Continuous non-concentration system: Graduates with MSc degrees register to perform within 4 years, ensuring the total time of studying and researching at the university is 3 years and the first 12 months of continuous concentration.

Eligible candidates: Candidates who have obtained a Master’s degree with a relevant graduation major (right major) or are nearly suitable for the major enrolled.

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