The requirements for M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees vary slightly between the different faculties.
Typically, one needs to accumulate about 20 credit points for M.Sc. (6-8 courses) and about 10 credit points for Ph.D. (3-4 courses) over the course of one’s studies. In both cases a research proposal must be submitted by the first year, and it is advisable to find a M.Sc. adviser and necessary to find a Ph.D. adviser before starting the degree. Thus prospective candidates are encouraged to contact relevant members of the group before applying. It is also common that a successful graduate student receives a fellowship and is provided with on-campus accommodations upon request.
Apart from the full-time option, graduate students are invited to participate in the research activities of the probability group in one of the two following ways:
- In the framework of the dual-doctorate agreements.
- As visiting research students. In this case funding is normally provided via individual research grants of the group members, who should be contacted accordingly.
Current Ph.D students
|Parker Duncan||2020 – present||Procaccia|
|Tal Peretz||2020 – present||Rosenthal|