Mathematics is an elegant, intellectual discipline and a powerful tool for problem solving. Durham is one of the leading Mathematical Sciences departments in the UK, offering excellent facilities and a stimulating environment for your studies. The department's research record is very strong and we have groups working actively in Number Theory, Geometry, Topology, Mathematical Physics and Elementary Particle Theory, Numerical Analysis, Probability and Statistics.
We offer a balanced honours degree programme which allows choice from a wide spectrum of pure mathematics, applied mathematics (including mathematical physics) and statistics modules, plus optional modules showing the relevance of maths to the wider world, for example to finance, biomathematics and education. Particularly in years three and four, you wil have a wide choice of options and be taught by experts in related research areas.
A-level subject requirements:
You will need A-levels in both Maths and Further Maths. If your school/college does not support Further Maths to full A2 level then you need at least an AS-level in Further Maths
Typical offer if you are successful on Supported Progression:
|Degree Programme||A-Levels||Other qualifications|
|AAB-BBB (N.B. We will typically require an A in Maths)
||see here for an equivalency|
|plus successful completion of the Supported Progression qualification for Maths|