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### UCL Mathematics PhD Open Afternoon, Wednesday 26 November 2014

### London School of Geometry and Number Theory (LSGNT)

*EPSRC award offers new PhD opportunities in pure mathematics*

### UCL Mathematics and Statistical Science 5th in league table for UK mathematics departments

### Helen Wilson and Mark Ronan comment on the Fields Medal 2014

## Tutorials for First Years - Term 1

All students taking one of the modules MATH1101, MATH1201,
MATH1301, MATH1401
have a small group tutorial. Small group tutorials are either for pure maths
(1101 and/or 1201) or applied maths (1301 and/or 1401). Tutorials are held for
one hour each week with the first tutorial taking place in the week of 6
October 2014.
The great majority of students taking these
modules are first year students on Mathematics degrees. **Click here for a list of all Maths students and their assignment to
tutorial groups, arranged by tutor group (in PDF format).**

All first year students on Maths degrees
have both a pure and an applied tutorial each week. You should attend your
tutorials each week.

Other students taking one or more of these modules (Part-time revision students, affiliate students, students from other departments) also appear on the list above (groups 35 - 38).

Once you know your tutorial group, **click here to find the name of your tutor (PDF)**.

Please note that personal tutors are listed separately (although for first year students, one of your academic tutors is also be your personal tutor).

If you have any problems, please contact Dr Roberts (tel. 020 7679 2833 or email m.l.roberts AT ucl.ac.uk).

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