Mathematics and Statistics
What will you learn?
The aim of the program is to prepare high-quality scientific specialists in the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics at MU. Graduates should be prepared primarily for further scientific work in academic institutions, but also for possible application in practice. Upon graduation, graduates who wish to continue their research work are motivated to gain long-term foreign experience as post-doctoral students. The individual science teams of the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics cover the following research themes in which PhD students are also trained:
- Categories and ordered sets, number theory, semigroup theory
- Geometric structures, geometric complex analysis, algebraic topology
- Theory of Differential and Differential Equations, variance number and optimal
- Mathematical modeling, statistics and data analysis, applications in biology and medicine
Attention is also paid to the preparation for pedagogical work at universities. The study is based on an individual study plan and is completed by a state doctoral examination and a defence of the doctoral dissertation
Graduates will apply to mathematical workplaces of basic research, universities and scientific research institutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
The best graduates are fully prepared to successfully apply for postdoctoral positions at high-quality universities abroad.
Graduates can also act as college teachers at universities with a technical, economic and pedagogical focus.
Graduates of applied specializations will also find use in practice, in institutions where the use of deterministic and stochastic models of real processes where specialized statistical software is being developed, and in institutions focusing on research in the field of probabilistic and mathematical-statistical methods.
The admission interview is usually in an online form and consists of two parts:
1) the expert part (max. 70 points) verifies the applicant's orientation in the selected specialization of mathematics and statistics.
2) the language part (max. 30 points) verifies the applicant's ability to study independently in English.More information about admission process for international applicants in general can be found here.
Date of the entrance exam
The applicants will receive information about the entrance exam via e-mail usually at least 10 days before the exam.
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Conditions of admission
A total of at least 80 points is required for admission.
Successful applicants are informed of their acceptance via e-mail and subsequently receive an invitation to the enrolment.
The capacity of a given programme is not fixed; students are admitted based on a decision by the Doctoral Board after assessing their aptitude for study and motivation.
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