Overseas students: Undergraduate (BSc) degree in Mathematics or Mathematics related subject or General BSc with Mathematics as a substantial subject from a recognised University. Grade: Equivalent to UK - Min 2:1. Home students: Minimum BSc degree in Mathematics or Mathematics related subject or General BSc with Mathematics as a substantial subject. Grade: Min 2:1.
Months of entry
This programme aims to provide an opportunity for graduates in any programme with a substantial mathematics element to fill in the gaps in their mathematical background and thus enable them to study an MSc or MRes programme, either organised by the School of Mathematics or by another School with a contribution from the School of Mathematics. Based on individual assessments of the candidates a bespoke programme will be compiled for them from the list of optional modules.
Breakdown of course
For each candidate a programme of six courses will be compiled from courses from the School's undergraduate programme according to the individual student needs. Lectures for each module will be delivered over the Autumn and Spring terms. The following list of optional modules is typical of the large array of courses available. Each module listed below comprises a total of 20 credits and students need to obtain 120 credits in total.
- Algebra & Combinatorics
- Impact of Mathematics
- Mathematical Modelling & Problem Solving
- Probability & Statistics
- Real Analysis & the Calculus
- Vectors, Geometry & Linear Algebra
- Real & Complex Variable Theory
- Polynomials and Rings & Metric Spaces
- Symmetry and Groups
- Analytical Techniques
- Linear Algebra & Programming
- Applied Mathematics II
- Statistics II
- Linear Programming
Each module will be taught through a mixture of lectures, self study and supporting classes.
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If you can’t make it to one of our on-campus open days, our virtual open days run regularly throughout the year. For more information, please visit: www.pg.bham.ac.uk
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate enquiry service
- 0121 414 5005