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Admission Requirements

We will begin accepting applicatons as of October 15, 2022 for Fall 2023 admissions!

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Thank you for your interest in our graduate programs in mathematics. To be considered, applicants must meet the following requirements.


English Language Proficiency:
Proof may be required if your previous post-secondary program was not conducted in English. For more information, please visit the Yeates School of Graduate Studies.

MSc Applied Mathematics

Here are the documents and minimum requirements and documents required for your application.

Minimum Academic Requirement

  • Degree: Completed four-year Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics or related fields involving adequate mathematical course work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0/4.33 (B) average in the last two years of study

Program Specific Documents

  • Statement of Interest: 500-word statement explaining reasons for graduate study in Applied Math, your research interests, how the program relates to your career objectives, and how previous studies/experience have prepared you for the program.
  • Curriculum Vitae: detailing your education, work experience, technical skills, awards and publications
  • Letters of Recommendation: Minimum of two letters from academic referees - former professors or research supervisors familiar with your abilities. One recommendation may be substituted with a professional letter from a previous employer.
  • Required Documents: Provide required documents when applying, and if accepted.

PhD Mathematical Modelling and Methods

Here are the documents and minimum requirements and documents required for your application.

Minimum Academic Requirement

  • Degree: Completion of a Master’s of Science degree in mathematics or related field
  • Minimum GPA: 3.33/4.33 (B+)

Program Specific Documents

  • Statement of Interest: 500-word statement explaining reasons for graduate study in the PhD program, your research interests, how the program relates to your career objectives, and how previous studies/experience have prepared you for the program.
  • Curriculum Vitae: detailing your education, work experience, technical skills, awards and publications
  • Letters of Recommendation: three letters
  • Required Documents: Provide required documents when applying, and if accepted.