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Department of Mathematics
How to Apply
How to apply
Complete application instructions and application components are outlined at
When you apply, make sure to fill out MSc in Mathematics & Statistics Information Form and Statement of Interest.
Consideration for admission will be given to applications meeting the following minimum requirements (these minimum requirements do not, however, guarantee admission):
- Honours Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics or Statistics or a related field, with a minimum of B+ or equivalent grade point average. Students not meeting this minimum grade point average but having at least a high B in all major courses are encouraged to apply.
- Exceptionally, students holding a Pass Degree, a BA with a Major, or a B.Sc. with a Major, with a minimum of high B or equivalent grade point average in major courses, may apply for admission. When applicants are unable to provide evidence of sufficient background preparation, they may be advised to take upper level Mathematics/Statistics undergraduate courses and reapply. Advising an applicant to upgrade does not obligate the Department of Mathematics to accept the candidate upon resubmission.
- Applicants with education credentials outside North America will be assessed on an individual basis with respect to degree and standing equivalents.
For admission in September 2013 (only point of entry for 2013/14), the review of applications will commence following the February 1 deadline. Additional applications will be considered when received until the program is full.
Official notification of acceptance will come by letter from the Office of Graduate Studies in April 2013.
Funding, Financial Assistance and Fees
Each full-time graduate student accepted into the program will be offered a graduate student funding package, outlined in their offer of admission, which will normally include a graduate fellowship, a teaching assistantship, a research fellowship, and the opportunity to apply for a funded bursary. International students are also eligible to receive an international fellowship.
All graduate students are encouraged to apply for any and all external scholarship/fellowship funding that they are eligible for.
For additional information regarding graduate scholarships and funding see: https://experience.brocku.ca/Graduate_Study/FundingandScholarships.ezc
Information regarding graduate tuition, mandatory ancillary fees and other expenses can be found at: https://experience.brocku.ca/Graduate_Study/expenses.ezc
If you have any questions about the application procedure in general please contact the Office of Graduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have more specific questions about qualifications, policies and procedures about the program itself, admission policies please email us at email@example.com.
Ontario Association for Mathematics Education Golden Section Spring Conference
May 23, 2013 - 3:30pm - 7:00pm
Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group 2013 Annual Meeting
May 24, 2013 - 9:00am - May 28, 2013 - 5:00pm
Mathematics Education Research and Mathematics Teaching: Illusions, Reality, and Opportunities
May 24, 2013 - 9:00am - 5:00pm