The MPhil in Scientific Computing provides world-class education on high performance computing and advanced algorithms for numerical simulation at continuum and atomic-scale levels.
Successful candidates will have a 2:1 or first class honours degree (or equivalent) in a science or technology discipline, and an adequate level of computer literacy.
The MPhil is a 12-month full-time master’s degree, which has a taught element and a research element which carry equal examination credit.
Funding sources for postgraduate study are available from the University of Cambridge and external sources such as UK Research Councils and industry.
Graduates of the MPhil in Scientific Computing obtain rigorous research skills and are formidably well-equipped to proceed to doctoral research or directly into employment.