Australian Universities offering doctoral courses in Mathematics

For anybody who’d like to pursue a doctoral course in Mathematics at an Australian University, there’s a lot of reference that’s required to be made. That always happens when there are too many options available and in this case these are twelve Australian Universities offering doctoral courses in Mathematics. So now I’d be trying to put up all the required info about each of these Australian Universities. So all that a prospective student has to then do is short list the places and apply accordingly.

One can find two doctoral courses in Computer Science that are available at ‘Royal Melbourne University of Technology University at Australia’. One is a doctoral course in Mathematics and the other is a doctoral course in Statistics and Operations Research. Each of these two is a full time doctoral course in Mathematics that’s four year long. July 10th is the date when each of these two doctoral courses in Computer Science begins. The only Australian University to offer an online or distance doctoral course in Mathematics is ‘Curtin University of Technology’. Apart from that it also offers one full time doctoral course in Mathematics.

Then again there are two full time doctoral courses in Mathematics that are offered over a four year long time line by the ‘University of Newcastle’. Each of these two doctoral courses in Mathematics would cost 17,920 Australian Dollars for every year. Two doctoral courses in Mathematics that are of three year each are offered through ‘University of Wollongong’.

The doctoral course in Mathematics and Statistics costs 65,160 Australian Dollars and the doctoral course in Statistics costs 63,000 Australian Dollars for the entire course.  That’s a few thousand Dollars and also a year saved if compared to the ‘University of Newcastle’.

Other Australian Universities that individually offer one doctoral course in Mathematics are ‘Edith Cowan University’, ‘Australian National University’, ‘The University of New South Wales’, ‘James Cook University’, ‘University of South Australia’, ‘University of Ballarat’, ‘University of Adelaide’ and ‘Queensland University of Technology’.

Usually all of these doctoral courses in Mathematics are within the same fee range but you need to individually look into what you get from every Australian University individually. Like checking their placement record for the particular Department, the financial assistance offered, whether insurances are covered or not and the accommodation expenses whether included or not.


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