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Full time | Mile End | 1 year | 18-SEP-23

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Full time


1 year

Start date


Key information

Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Mathematics (General)

Course type


Course Summary

Advanced mathematics underlies many aspects of everyday life. Both the breadth of current research and its power in applications are reflected in this programme. The Mathematics MSc is a flexible course which opens doors to further research or top careers requiring mathematical ability.

  • The School of Mathematical Sciences offers a diverse range of research expertise across our 70+ academics, which gives you a wide choice of modules and MSc project options
  • We offer £2,000 Global Excellence Scholarships to top overseas applicants
  • Suitable for students who have a good grade in an undergraduate degree with high mathematical content, such as mathematics, physics, computing or statistics


  • Our new, £18m Mathematical Sciences building with high-quality teaching rooms, private and group study areas and a new social hub
  • A shared office and dedicated computer lab with Bloomberg terminals for MSc students
  • Library access to 8,000 mathematical books and subscriptions to a large number of mathematical journals
  • On-campus accommodation for all new full-time postgraduate students from outside London

Career paths

Graduates of the Mathematics MSc have gone on to roles spanning statistical analysis, technology consulting, auditing, software engineering, teaching and more, working across the public and private sectors.


Each MSc Mathematics student is required to complete a 60 credit (4 course unit) project dissertation. The module spans the full academic year, students will make their selection of project titles and will be allocated to projects by the end of Semester 1, the main work on the project usually begins in semester 2 and continues through the summer (the project work is spread over two academic years for part-time students).

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Entry requirements

Students need to have a 2:1 or above at undergraduate level in Mathematics or Mathematics with another subject such as Statistics, Physics or Computing.