What are the entry requirements?
A Grade 7 at GCSE in Mathematics is essential.
If you have a Grade 6 at GCSE and want to study A level Mathematics, you will be advised on an individual basis.
What does the course involve?
We follow the Edexcel specification.
Component 1: Applied Mathematics
Component 2: Pure Mathematics
Good Mathematics is not about how many answers you know... It’s about how you behave when you don’t know.
What can the course lead to?
Students who study mathematics find it a rewarding and enjoyable subject. It helps to develop a series of skills which are transferable to most occasions in everyday life and helps you to logically think through how to tackle problems with the evidence and skills you have available. Most degree courses require a higher than GCSE standard of maths and those who study mathematics at degree level are highly employable with a good prospect of higher wages.