School of Mathematical Sciences
   
   
  

Admissions and applications

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Modern courses for the cutting edge of mathematics  

 

 

How to apply

UK students

All applications for undergraduate study in the School of Mathematical Sciences must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

Entry requirements

  • Our offers are generally based on grades achieved in three A-levels.
  • Applicants are normally required to get A*AA, AAA or A*AB at A level (or equivalent). The precise offer you receive depends on the course you apply for and the subjects you offer at A level.
  • All of our courses requireat least grade A in A level Mathematics (or equivalent).
  • Evidence of additional achievement in mathematics such as grade A* in A level mathematics, or grade A in A or AS level further mathematics may also be required. STEP is not required but may be taken into consideration when offered.
  • Most A level subjects are accepted, except for a small number which currently include General Studies, Critical Thinking and Citizenship Studies.
  • When a course can be taken as a BSc or an MMath/MSci, the offer you receive will not depend on the version of the course you apply to.

Joint honours courses

It is not necessary to have studied the non-mathematics component at A-level.

Other qualifications – considered on an individual basis include:

  • Scottish Highers and CSYS/Advanced Highers 
  • International and European Baccalaureate 
  • Welsh Baccalaureate 
  • BTEC National Diploma 
  • Irish Leaving Certificate 
  • Advanced GNVQ / Vocational A Levels

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International students

The University has a thriving community of international students from over 100 countries and the School welcomes applications from international candidates throughout the year.

Applications should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) Information on the application process can be found on the UCAS website.

Application forms are available from:

Entry requirements 

International students offering A levels receive the same offer as home students, as outlined above. International students offering alternative qualifications receive an offer which matches this A level offer as closely as possible. Further information about qualification requirements for individual countries can be found on the International Office web pages.

English language requirement

International and European students will be required to satisfy the School's minimum English language requirement.

The University of Nottingham has its own Centre for English Language Education (CELE) which provides study opportunities and support for International students who have been made an offer to study at the University.

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Deferred entry

The school accepts applications for deferred entry. If you wish to defer please contact the school as soon as possible. Having a gap year will not affect the way we process applications or any offers made.

Mature applicants (students over 21 on entry to their course)

Mature applicants like all others, are considered on academic merit. You are advised to contact us when you decide to apply.

Part-time study

The school does not currently offer any part-time degree courses.

Course Directors

 

Undergraduate Course

Course Directors

BSc Mathematics [G100]  Dr Stephen Cox
MMath Mathematics [G103] Dr Stephen Cox
BSc (4 years Mathematics (International Study) [G104]  Dr Etienne Farcot
BSc Financial Mathematics [G120] Dr Karthik Bharath
BSc Mathematics and Economics [GL11] Dr Yves van Gennip
BSc Mathematics and Management [GN12] Dr David Sirl

                                                   
A note to international students on closing dates

International students are particularly advised to submit applications as early as possible. An offer of a place is needed for many of the scholarships available to international students and closing dates can often be early in the year.

Furthermore, you will need to have an unconditional offer of a place on your course and be able to demonstrate that you have secured funding before you can apply for your student visa.

School of Mathematical Sciences

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

For all enquiries please visit:
www.nottingham.ac.uk/enquire