Doctorate in Statistics

  • Fall and winter admission
  • Limited enrolment
  • Daytime classes
  • Credits: 90, including 75 for research and dissertation
  • Usually completed over 4 academic years


The doctoral program in Statistics (PhD) is designed to train researchers in mathematical or applied statistics for careers in a variety of settings:

  • academia
  • industry
  • medical
  • government

It gives students a thorough grounding in the latest methodology used in different statistical fields.


Questions about this program?

Mylène Bédard (Program supervisor) : Tél. : 514 343-6111, poste 2727

Josie-Anne Huard (TGDE): Tel.: 514 343-6686

The + of studying statistics at the Université de Montréal!

  • An exciting research setting with more than one hundred experienced researchers.
  • An especially rich scientific milieu thanks to the presence in the same building of the Centre de recherches mathématiques, an international hub that organizes theme years, offers a lecture series and hosts a wide variety of visitors and postdoctoral fellows.
  • Financial support may be available from the Department, the Université de Montréal or various federal and provincial organizations (NSERC, FQRNT, etc.).
  • Access to the largest number of statisticians in a single university department in Quebec.
  • Access to a variety of specialized software, including SAS, S-PLUS, SPSS, Stata, R, Mathematica, MATLAB, Maple, and more.