Information on 21/22 arrangements for Term 1 can be found HERE.
Please note that while there are still changes to lecture delivery due to Covid the Module pages here are indicative of the amount of material you can expect to have covered by alternative methods.
The following pages are a guide to undergraduate degree courses for students in the Department of Mathematics on the Maths BSc or MMath courses, and on joint degree courses run by the Mathematics Department (in particular Maths and Economics years 1 and 2, Maths and Business Studies years 1 and 2: in subsequent years students transfer to the partner department).
"General Information" is mainly module advice and useful information to get the most out of your degree, "Rules & Regulations" contains the more detailed information on what you can, and cannot do, and more detail about the regulations governing your degree.
We make every effort to ensure that the information here is accurate. However, the final arbiter of university policy in case of disagreement is the official university regulations, as laid down in the Calendar.
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Study Abroad / Student Voice
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Module Options / Courses (regulations)
Joint Degrees / Exams & Assessment
Complaints and Appeals
The link on the front page of the Handbook to the Lecture List now has the current version of the Lecture List for next academic year. Although draft, there are unlikely to be any major changes to it now.
The Handbook itself is being updated over the next couple of weeks, and this is done on the live version so you will see changes as and when they are made. The "Year" pages will be updated first to reflect the maths lecture list and outside options (should be complete by end of this week, w/e 20th August), the rest will be changed over the following week or so.
The first port of call for any non-urgent queries should be the Undergraduate Office (you an pop in to the office or email UGMathematics@warwick.ac.uk) or your Personal Tutor, either of whom may then pass you on to a more suitable contact.