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Teaching - Mathematics Undergraduate Admissions

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Strong support for teaching and learning

The timetable is full and the topics challenging, but the support you will receive will be equally as intense. We want you to have a fulfilling university experience. Your personal tutor facilitates your academic progress and looks out for your well-being, and lectures are supported by supervision with postgraduate students.

Most of our teaching is through lectures. These are typically 3 hours per week for each module, and delivered by a member of academic staff. Undergraduates usually take around five modules in each of Term 1 and Term 2. Term 3 is mostly for revision and examinations.

Our international reputation

As a centre of excellence, we attract research mathematicians from all over the world. We offer an intellectually stimulating atmosphere that few institutions rival.

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Maths careers

92% of our 2018 undergraduates were in high-skilled employment 15 months after graduation.*

*Graduate Outcomes Survey for 2017/18.

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Hear from our students

Susie is one of our first-year Maths (BSc) students. Read about her, and some of our other student blogger's experiences on their maths courses so far.

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World-leading academics

Our research is aimed at solving real-world problems, but most of it is driven by a desire to know.

Find out more about our academics and the research they're leading on.