Studying Mathematics and Economics on the Warwick IFP will give you a thorough grounding in mathematical tools and techniques, as well as core economic principles.
The course’s main focus on problem-solving techniques, critical thinking and mathematical reasoning skills equips students for a range of courses at undergraduate level.
Our core Pure Mathematics module provides the necessary mathematical foundation, which can be further built upon through the elective modules of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics and Economic Theory. Academic Skills draws students’ learning together and facilitates an even deeper understanding of the subject discipline.
The academic framework for Mathematics and Economics is provided by a combination of lectures, seminars and problem-solving classes. You will have plenty of contact with staff who will teach you with 18 hours per week of contact time and up to 5 hours per week of English Language. This will leave any remaining time for independent learning, researching and preparing for assessments, lectures and seminars. Assessments will take a variety of different forms allowing you to demonstrate the range of skills in which you are both confident and competent.
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