“The greatest mathematicians, as Archimedes, Newton and Gauss, always united theory and applications in equal measure.” – Felix Klein Mathematics is intrinsically beautiful and satisfying to study but perhaps the true skills lie in applying it to the challenges and intricacies of the world we all live in. Our Mathematical Studies programme is firmly rooted in the key concepts and techniques of mathematics, from the abstract to the practical, but it also allows you to pursue studies in related fields and to build a skillset that is unique to you and your personal interests. In years 2 and 3 you may be able to choose up to a quarter of your courses from other departments, such as Computer Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Physics or Management. So many aspects of our daily lives rely on the skills of mathematicians – from computing and digital communications, to engineering, aviation and satellite navigation, the physical sciences, economics, management, and the social sciences. Your solid grounding in mathematics will help you in any academic discipline or career that you choose to pursue. Our varied and flexible curriculum is influenced by our world-class research activities. We are internationally renowned for our work in pure mathematics, information security, statistics and theoretical physics. Provided you make good progress in year 1 you will have the option of transferring onto our four-year Mathematics MSci programme (G103) or to transfer onto the second or third year of one of our other undergraduate mathematics programmes, such as the more focused Mathematics BSc (G100). Join our friendly and inspiring department and you will benefit from a thoroughly supportive learning environment. We offer small group tutorials, problem solving sessions, practical workshops and IT classes, as well as generous staff office hours and a dedicated personal adviser who will help you with any queries or difficulties and guide you with your choice of courses and career. We also offer CV writing workshops and a competitive work placement scheme. Graduates from our department are in great demand for their numeracy, analytical skills, data handling powers, creative and logical thinking and problem solving abilities. + Enjoy the chance to pursue academic interests in related fields, whilst keeping mathematics at the heart of your degree. + Learn from inspirational teachers. We rank second in the UK for our research impact and fourth for world leading or internationally excellent research output (Research Excellence Framework 2014). + Feel at home in a lively, friendly department with a strong focus on small group teaching, where you will be known as an individual. + We rank consistently highly for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey and 94% of our students say we are good at explaining things (NSS 2015).