# Modules

**Shape your own journey**

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**On our two main degrees, our core modules will give you a strong foundation in mathematics. Then, during the rest of your degree, you can choose to explore the topics that interest you the most via optional modules – something you’ll begin to explore in your first year.**

**Whatever modules you choose, you will be taught by staff that lead the field in their chosen disciplines. You’ll also have support from your personal tutors when looking at optional modules – they will discuss with you the topics that motivate and excited you, and help you decide what will be best for you.**

The list of modules varies from year and is subject to class size and availability, changes in curriculum, and staff research interests. The modules listed here are accurate for the 2024/2025 academic year.

**Studying Mathematics at Warwick**

**Our courses**

As a Warwick undergraduate, you are free to do 100% maths. However, if you prefer, we also offer joint degrees featuring modules from some of the other world-class departments at Warwick.

**Our Teaching**

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. You’ll also get regular supervisions in small groups that are led by a PhD students and give you the chance to test your learning on a chalkboard, and collaborate and discuss with your course mates.

**Student life**

Life as a Warwick student is about so much more than just your subject. Our campus will be your home while you’re studying here and there is plenty for you to explore and enjoy.

**Entrance exam**

If you are applying to study any Undergraduate Mathematics course at the University of Warwick we ask many of our applicants to sit the TMUA, MAT, or STEP exams.