Courses - Mathematics Undergraduate Admissions
Our Degree Courses
In addition to the 3-year BSc and 4-year MMath single-honours degrees in Mathematics, the Department offers three joint degree courses.
The Departments of Computer Science, Physics and Statistics also offer joint degrees with Mathematics
Below we list 9 degree courses which share a large part of the first-year Mathematics Core:
FIVE DEGREES IN THE MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT
Mathematics Single-Honours BSc (UCAS code G100)
Mathematics Single-Honours MMath (UCAS code G103)
Mathematics and Business Studies BSc (UCAS code G1NC)
Mathematics and Economics BSc (UCAS code GL11)
Mathematics and Philosophy BSc (UCAS code GV15)
FOUR MATHEMATICAL DEGREES IN THE COMPUTER SCIENCE, PHYSICS AND STATISTICS DEPARTMENTS
Important Note: The entry requirements for the following degree courses are determined by the administering department and usually differ from the standard offer set for the above courses by the Mathematics Department.
Discrete Mathematics (UCAS code G190)
Mathematics and Physics BSc (UCAS code GF13)
Mathematics and Statistics BSc (UCAS code GG13)
MORSE BSc (UCAS code GLN0)
Transfer between the five courses administered by Mathematics
You can transfer from the three-year BSc to the four-year MMath at any time during your first three terms, and you can transfer in the other direction (from the four to the three-year course) until the end of your second year. If there is the slightest chance that you will want to do the four-year course, it is best to apply for G103 on your UCAS form.
Caveat: There is a hurdle for students on the MMath at the end of their second year: to be allowed to proceed to the third year of the MMath, they must achieve a good 2(i) average (at least 65%) on their second-year mathematics modules.
Important Note: All these five courses have the same standard offer and there are no quotas for any of them. Applicants for all of them are treated identically.
Transfer between the five Maths Dept courses and the other four