**University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Mathematics Graduate Program**

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) Mathematics Graduate Program is currently accepting applications for the Fall 2024 term. **The application deadline for students who wish to be considered for departmental assistantships and fellowships is December 12, 2023.**

UNC-Chapel Hill, the flagship of the University of North Carolina system, is considered a Public Ivy, with approximately **20,000 undergraduate and 12,000 graduate students**. The Department of Mathematics has roughly **30 tenured or tenure-track faculty members** and **10 postdoctoral faculty members**. The faculty, postdocs, and **more than 80 PhD students** make a vibrant and first-rate mathematical community, pursuing research and teaching at the highest levels.**HIGHLIGHTS****PhD and Masters Program**

• World-class research

• Committed to advancing underrepresented minorities

• Supportive and collaborative environment

• Diverse community

• 20+ graduate courses per year

• Finish your PhD in 4-6 years

• Finish your Master of Science in 2 years

• Promising career paths

• Training and mentoring for teaching

• National and international conference travel

• Summer research internships

• Integrated pure and applied math communities

• Extensive experimental and computational facilities**Financial Support for Phd Students**

• Full tuition waiver

• Nine-month stipend

• Comprehensive benefits

• Competitive Teaching or Research Assistantships

• Most students receive additional funding in the summers through teaching or research positions

• Dedicated departmental support to identify and apply for graduate fellowships

• One of the most affordable research universities for graduate education**RESEARCH AREAS****Algebra, Geometry, and Topology**

Algebraic geometry, combinatorics, commutative algebra, complex manifolds, lie groups and algebra, mathematical physics, representation theory, singularity theory**Analysis and PDEs**

Complex analysis, dynamical systems, ergodic theory, harmonic analysis and operator theory, mathematical relativity, microlocal analysis, partial differential equations**Applied and Computational Mathematics**

Applied analysis, computational mathematics, data science, stochastics, and diverse interdisciplinary applications, including biology, medicine, pharmacology, fluid dynamics, physics, and material science, supported by experimental labs and computational facilities**44% of our PhD grads** take postdoctoral and teaching positions at prestigious universities. **31% of our PhD grads** are employed by business and industry, and **25% of our PhD grads** go to government agencies, research institutes and other not-for-profits.**LOCATION**

Located between the Appalachians and the shores of the Outer Banks, the Research Triangle is one of the most prominent high-tech research and development areas in the United States.**Apply today at MATH.UNC.EDU/APPLY. Find out more at math.unc.edu.**