We can visit your school to give talks on mathematics and what it is like to study mathematics at university. If there is a topic on which your school would like a talk, do get in touch with us.
We also have a range of widening participation programme, including Realising OpportunitiesLink opens in a new window for Year 12-13 students.
There are also regular on-campus maths activities through the AMSP programme.
The Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP) provides support for teachers and students in state-funded schools and colleges in England. Additional support is offered in areas of low social mobility so that, whatever their gender, background or location, students can choose their best post-16 maths pathway and have access to high quality teaching.
Our AMSP Area Coordinator, Fiona Kitchen, can give advice on the support available for prospective students. Click here for more details on the AMSPLink opens in a new window
- Here are some of our undergraduate research projects explained through accessible posters and blogs.
- There are public lectures organised jointly with Statistics.
Our students and staff are involved in maths outreach activities in various countries including ThailandLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window, South KoreaLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window, Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa (through the Warwick in AfricaLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window initiative).
"The talk gave me an insight into maths at university. The concepts were incredibly interesting and unlike maths at A-level."
For school visits, contact Ms. Fiona Kitchen (AMSP coordinator).
For general outreach matters, contact Dr Siri Chongchitnan or Dr Josephine Evans (maths outreach leads).