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The Department of Mathematics is an international community of scholars, engaged in world-class research. We are committed to excellence in teaching with a special emphasis on small groups and a friendly atmosphere.

Undergraduate students

Academic requirements

You must have an appropriate mathematical background to study in the Department.

Choosing your modules

Please see the list of modules below. This list is indicative of the type of module which may be available during your study period. Please note that not all modules are available to exchange and visiting students. Module choice and registration will take place during the first supervisory meeting. Learning agreements (if applicable) cannot be signed until this meeting.

Postgraduate students

Academic requirements

You should hold an undergraduate degree in Mathematics or related subject.

Our courses will give you an idea of the modules we run:

Please contact us for further information.

English language requirements

IELTS: 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component. For more information see our undergraduate English language requirements or our postgraduate English language requirements.

Teaching schedule

You can study in our department for the following periods only:

  • Full academic year
  • Autumn Term only
  • Autumn/Spring (combined)
  • Spring Term only
  • Spring/Summer(combined)

Examination and assessment

Assessment is mainly by examination during the Common Examination Periods in January (alternate assessments may be available, please contact the Department) and the Summer Term. 

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Dr Mitya Pushkin
International Officer

Contact us

Dr Mitya Pushkin
International Officer