Mathematics plays a fundamental role in modern society, underpinning everything from smartphones and the internet to engineering and architecture. Equally, mathematics can be fascinatingly abstract. Mathematics graduates are highly numerate problem-solvers who can think logically and laterally. The universal nature of a mathematics degree means the skills you develop are valued in a diverse range of sectors.
Degrees with the Business School
We work closely with our leading Business School. These degrees are co-taught by both schools, giving you the mathematical knowledge and transferable skills you need to succeed in business.
Joint honours degrees
With these degrees, you will explore the connections and interactions between mathematics and other subjects.
We also contribute to the interdisciplinary Natural Sciences degree.
Studying with us
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Undergraduate study in the School of Mathematics
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Exceptional student experience
You’ll join a friendly, supportive and diverse community of students and researchers who come from all over the world. You’ll be guided through your course by your personal tutor who’ll provide academic and pastoral support. Our student support team in the School helps with anything from academic advice to timetabling and project submission enquiries.
Find out more about our diverse student community from example profiles of our current students and alumni.