The Department offers MPhil and PhD Degrees by supervised research only. General Regulation 50.0 shall apply.
a) In order to register for the MPhil Degree, a candidate must discuss the proposed programme with the Department and then submit with the application form an acceptable outline of the research.
b) A candidate may be required to undergo a Departmental assessment and evaluation in order to determine whether or not he/she is adequately qualified to undertake the MPhil programme of study. On the basis of this assessment and evaluation, the Departmental Board shall make a recommendation whether a candidate is admissible or not admissible into the MPhil Programme in Physics.
To register for a PhD Degree, a candidate must have obtained an appropriate Degree (Master of Science or MPhil), in accordance with Regulation 50.2.
The MPhil and PhD Programmes consist of 2 courses:
MAT801 Supervised Research and Thesis in Mathematics (MPhil)
MAT900 Supervised Research and Thesis in Mathematics (PhD)