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, Maths and Philosophy year 1: 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 and Course Regulations.
Module Options / Courses (regulations)
Joint Degrees / Exams & Assessment
Crime and Punishment
Complaints and Appeals
Student Timetables :
Please note these student timetables are intended as a guide only - full and up to date information can be accessed from Central Timetabling and personalised timetables
Term 1 2018/19
Information and Updates (see also DUGS Twitter Feed)
Welcome back everyone! All lectures below in MS02:
1st Years 10:30-12:00 even more information, reminders and a mock lecture to get you started.
2nd Years: 14:00-15:00 induction session
3rd Year BSc: 15:00-16:00 followed by nibbles in the UG Workroom
3rd/4th Year MMath: 16:00-17:30 followed by nibbles in the Staff Common Room
First years will meet their personal tutors at 12:00, all other years please try to make contact with your Personal Tutor during the afternoon (but after 12:30 please!). Note: your tutor may have changed! Check Tabula before Monday!
The first port of call for any non-urgent queries should be the Undergraduate Office in the Mathematics Department or your Personal Tutor, either of whom may then pass you on to a more suitable contact. They can be contacted on UGMaths at warwick dot ac dot uk.