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I've been accepted to the (pure) math Ph.D. program. Does anyone know something about this program? Thanks.
ab77 said:I've been accepted to the (pure) math Ph.D. program. Does anyone know something about this program? Thanks.
Brown has a strong reputation for its graduate program in mathematics. It is consistently ranked among the top 20 math graduate programs in the United States.
Brown has a diverse and active research community in mathematics, offering opportunities for students to work with faculty on cutting-edge research projects. Graduate students also have access to resources such as seminars, workshops, and conferences to further their research interests.
The average completion time for a math graduate degree at Brown is around five years. However, this can vary depending on the specific program and individual progress of the student.
Brown provides a supportive and collaborative environment for its math graduate students. This includes mentorship opportunities, funding for research and travel, and resources for professional development.
Yes, Brown offers a variety of specialization areas within its math graduate program, including algebra, analysis, geometry/topology, and applied mathematics. Students can work with faculty to tailor their studies to their specific interests and career goals.