Highlights for Applicants
- The Department offers two graduate programs: in Mathematics and in Applied Mathematics, leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in their respective areas.
- Applications for admission are considered all year round. Applicants for September admission with financial aid should apply by February 1, or as soon as possible after that date. Domestic applicants are encouraged to apply at any time.
- All students who don't have full funding from other sources are offered full funding, which covers tuition and living expenses. In addition, many students are eligible for entrance scholarships on top of the base funding. London, Ontario is a city with a relatively low cost of living.
- Low student-faculty ratio means easy access to faculty, and graduate courses tailored to students' interests.
- We have a large number of very active seminar series, as well as colloquia and a series of distinguished lectures.
- We are a Principal Sponsoring University of the Fields Institute and have interdisciplinary links with the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, the multi-university high-performance computer network SHARCNET, and the Ontario Research Centre for Computer Algebra (ORCCA).
- Overview for prospective graduate students.
Other Graduate Student links
- UWO School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
- Funding Opportunities (including External Scolarships)
- Society of Graduate Students
- Student Development Services
- International & Exchange Student Centre
- The UWO Graduate Teaching Assistants' Union
- The Teaching Support Centre
- On- and off-campus Housing
- Current graduate students
Henning Rasmussen Graduate Bursary
Awarded annually to a full-time Masters or Doctoral student who is registered a program in Mathematics, based on financial need. Applications are available from the Department of Mathematics and must be submitted by September 30. The recipient will be selected by a committee of faculty members in the Department of Mathematics, with at least one representative who holds membership in the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
This bursary was established by Ms. Anne Elizabeth Rasmussen in memory of Dr. Henning Rasmussen (BESc'63), an emeritus professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Chair of his department from 1992-97.