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Our Teaching - Mathematics

Our Teaching

Encounter teaching that will challenge and inspire.

Supporting you with exceptional teaching

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.

Lecturer teaching class

Our Teaching Approach

Most of our teaching is through lectures.

These are typically 3 hours per week for each module, delivered by a member of our academic staff.

A typical Undergraduate timetable looks like this:

  • 5 modules in Term 1
  • 5 modules in Term 2
  • Revision and examinations in Term 3
Personal tutor showing student books

Personal Tutor

Your Tutor is your first contact on the University staff.

They will want to know you as an individual, know how you are getting on, what is going well for you, what problems you have and how you are dealing with them, and assist where necessary.

Your personal tutor is a great support, they will provide references for you to employers at the end of your time at University and speak on your behalf to exam boards if needed.

How our teaching can help you

Boost your career, be inspired and make life-long friends on our mathematics courses.

Mathematics students learning about career options

Maths Careers

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

*Graduate Outcomes Survey for 2017/18.

A mathematics student

Hear from our Students

Susie is one of our Maths (BSc) students. Read about her, and some of our other student blogger's experiences on their maths courses, click on the content tab on our unibuddy page to find out more.

An academic member of staff teaching

World-leading academics

Our research is driven by our desire to advance the field of mathematics, while also solving real-world problems. These passions flow into our undergraduate teaching.

Thinking of studying Mathematics at Warwick?

Our Courses

You are free to do 100% maths, or if you prefer, we offer the opportunity to choose options from several other world-class departments at Warwick.

Visit Us

There are a range of ways you can experience our department before applying, these include:

  • Undergraduate Open Days
  • Offer Holder Open Days
  • Live Chats
  • Virtual 360 Campus Tour

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 MAT or STEP exams.

Student Life

Find out about how our department is built to serve you in collaborating, discussing, socialising and making life-long friendships.