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Course Handbooks

2017/2018

  • Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate handbook for 2017-2018 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part A 2017-2018 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part B 2017-2018 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part C 2017-2018 [PDF]
  • Part C Dissertation in Statistics: Guidance Notes 2017-2018 [PDF]
  • Part C project information.
  • Syllabus and synopses for the Preliminary Examination in Mathematics.
  • Handbook and supplements for undergraduate Mathematics courses.

2016/2017

  • Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate handbook for 2016-2017 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part A 2016-2017 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part B 2016-2017 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part C 2016-2017 [PDF]
  • Part C Dissertations in Statistics: Guidance Notes 2016-2017 [PDF]
  • Link to syllabus and synopses for Preliminary Examination in Mathematics
  • Link to handbook and supplements for undergraduate Mathematics courses

2015/2016

  • Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate handbook for 2015-2016 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part A 2015-2016 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part B 2015-2016 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part C 2015-2016 [PDF]

2014/2015

  • Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate handbook for 2014-2015 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part A 2014-2015 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part B 2014-2015 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part C 2014-2015 [PDF]

2013/2014

  • Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate handbook for 2013-2014 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part A 2013-2014 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part B 2013-2014 [PDF]
  • Mathematics and Statistics Synopses for Part C 2013-2014 [PDF]
Course Materials

Lecture Lists

Intercollegiate classes

Part A

Statistics Options MT 2017 slides [PDF]
A8 Probability
A9 Statistics
A12 Simulation and Statistical Programming

Part B

SB1a Applied Statistics – Dr Laws
SB1a Applied Statistics – Dr Rogers
SB1b Computational Statistics – Professor Caron
SB1b Computational Statistics – Professor Nicholls
SB1 Practicals letter 2017/2018 [PDF]
Declaration of Authorship [PDF]
Link to University guidance on plagiarism

SB2a Foundations of Statistical Inference (via WebLearn)
SB2b Statistical Machine Learning
SB3a Applied Probability
SB3b Statistical Lifetime Models
SB4a Actuarial Science I
SB4b Actuarial Science II
Actuarial Exemptions notice [PDF]
Actuarial Exemptions form [PDF]

Link to specimen examination solutions – via WebLearn

Part C

SC1 Stochastic Models in Mathematical Genetics
SC2 Probability and Statistics for Network Analysis – available via Weblearn
SC4 Advanced Topics in Statistical Machine Learning. Link to some specimen examination solutions – via WebLearn
SC5 Advanced Simulation Methods
SC6 Graphical Models. Link to specimen examination questions – via WebLearn
SC7 Bayes Methods. Link to specimen examination questions – via WebLearn

SC8 Four Topics in Computational Biology

Part C project information

 

Link to course material from the Mathematical Institute
Link to specimen examination solutions – via WebLearn
Link to Mathematics specimen examination solutions

Summer Internships for Part B students

The Department of Statistics is pleased to announce two summer internships for the long vacation 2018. These are 6 week long internships, funded by the Department, for third year undergraduates to give a taster of graduate research.

The internship covers College accommodation at Lady Margaret Hall as well as a weekly stipend of £150 per week.

The internships will be awarded on a competitive basis. Applicants are asked to specify the areas they would like to work in, and they will be matched with a potential supervisor.

Applications should contain a CV including a detailed academic record, and a statement about their reasons for applying for the internship. This statement should also be made clear which area the applicant would work in. Information about the research areas in the department can be found at http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/study-here/research-degrees/dphil-in-statistics/research-areas/.

There is no need for a detailed project proposal. The statement should be no longer than one page A4 in 12 point font.

Applications are to be submitted to summerinternship@stats.ox.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is Friday of week 8 in HT 2018. Decisions will be reached by the end of week 10 in HT 2018.

Other information

Mathematical Institute webpages for undergraduates
Mathematics Undergraduate Representative Committee (MURC)
Joint Consultative Committee with Undergraduates (JCCU)
Departmental complaint and appeals procedure [PDF]
University policy on plagiarism
Disability
Link to University’s student webpages

Skills and study resources

Oxford University IT Services – IT Learning Centre
Oxford University Careers Service
Oxford University Language Centre
Library: information for Library users including links to e-resources
Mathematical Institute study guide for undergraduates