- Choice of module
You are most likely to find a suitable module from the following modules intended for students from other departments. These are as follows:

**Ancillary Mathematics modules****Level 4 modules****MATH0039 (was MATH6103) Differential and Integral Calculus**: Rapid introduction to calculus a little above A-level standard suitable for students who do not have a good Maths A Level or equivalent.**MATH0040 (was MATH6105) Mathematics for Science 1**: Requires a grade A in A-level Mathematics and continues from A-level. Aimed mainly at students studying physical science (in particular Chemistry).**MATH0041 (was MATH6106) Mathematics for Science 2**: Continues from MATH6105, which is the normal pre-requisite..[

**MATH0012 (was****MATH1403) Mathematical Methods for Arts and Sciences**: Only available to BASc students.]**MATH0045 (was MATH6401) Calculus and Linear Algebra**: Intended mainly for Statistics students or SSEES students with an A grade in A-level Mathematics.**MATH0046 (was MATH6402) Calculus in Several Dimensions**: Intended mainly for Statistics students or SSEES students, following on from MATH6401.**MATH0049 (was MATH6501) Mathematics for Engineers 1**: A slightly post A-level module, requiring some background in A-level type Maths.**Level 5 modules****MATH0042 (was MATH6201 Mathematical Methods in Chemistry)**: Intended mainly for Chemistry students who have taken MATH6105/MATH6106. .**MATH0043 (was MATH6202) Mathematics for Physics and Astronomy**: Intended mainly for Physics students who have taken maths modules PHAS1245/1246 and PHAS2246. Also possible for Chemistry students who have taken MATH6210.**MATH0047 (was MATH6403) Advanced Linear Algebra**: Intended mainly for second years Statistics students (following on from MATH6401/2) or Economics students (following on from ECON1004/8).**MATH0048 (was MATH6404) Mathematical Analysis**: Intended for first, second or third year Statistics or Economics students with Further Maths A-level or strong results in UCL Mathematics modules.**Level 6 modules****MATH0050 (was MATH6801) Logic**: Logic for third year students from outside mathematics department with good results in previous maths modules (normally 70%+ in MATH6403 or MATH6404 taken). Level 6.(Please note that MATH6301 is not running in 2018-19)

**Honours mathematics modules**These are modules taken mostly by students on Mathematics degrees. It is also possible that you might find a suitable honours module (i.e. one not listed above). However, please be aware that:

(i) honours modules tend to be mathematically sophisticated and demanding.

(ii) places on these modules may be very limited.

- Students from other Departments - Ancillary Registration
**Students from other departments – registration for Mathematics modules**This applies to students on honours degrees from departments other than mathematics who are going to take a mathematics module in 2018-2019. (Affiliate students should contact the Mathematics Department Affiliate Tutor, Dr Lars Louder, l.louder@ucl.ac.uk.) Syllabuses can be found on the Mathematics Department webpage and timetables on the UCL common timetable using the custom feature and the module code. Please see here for list of Ancillary modules.

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**If your module is compulsory and appears on portico you need take no further action.****2.****In the following cases, you just need to put the module on portico:**(a) You are a second or third year student from

*Economics*choosing MATH0047 Advanced Linear Algebra as advised by your home department.(b) You are a first year student from

*Chemistry*choosing MATH0040 Mathematics for Science 1/ MATH0041 Mathematics for Science 2 as advised by your home department.(c) You are a second year student from

*Chemistry*taking MATH0042 Mathematical Methods in Chemistry as advised by your department.(d) You are a second year student from

*Neuroscience*or*Biomedical Sciences*choosing MATH0040 Mathematics for Science 1 as advised by your home department.(e) You are a second year student from

*Physics*taking MATH0043 Mathematics for Physics and Astronomy as advised by your department.(f) You are a third year student from

*Physics*taking MATH0025 Mathematics for General Relativity as advised by your department.(g) You are a

*SSEES*student choosing one of the standard options MATH0039 Differential and Integral Calculus and/or MATH0045 Calculus and Linear Algebra and are sure you have the right prerequisites (neither under-qualified nor overqualified);(h) You are a student from

*Geology, Earth Sciences*or*Management*taking MATH0049 Mathematics for Engineers 1 as advised by your department.(i) You are a

*BASC*student choosing modules as advised by your department.*Normal prerequisites for these modules*MATH0039: A-level grade below A or lower qualification

MATH0040: grade A in A-level Maths, OR good result in MATH0039 in previous year.

MATH0041: MATH0040.

MATH0045: grade A in A-level Maths

MATH0046: MATH0045

MATH0042: MATH0040/MATH0041

MATH0043: first year Mathematics modules offered by Physics

**3.****In other cases, you can put the module on portico, but should seek advice**either by e-mail to m.l.roberts@ucl.ac.uk or at the induction week advice sessions. If you e-mail, please put subject line MATHEMATICS OPTION and include in your e-mail your name and student number, your degree, and your background in Mathematics (A-level results, results in UCL Maths modules, etc). The induction week sessions will be in Room 707 of the Mathematics Department on Tuesday 25th Sept and Thurs 27th Sept 2.00 – 4.00. It is particularly important to get advice if you are choosing an honours Mathematics module, i.e. not one of those appearing on the Ancillary Mathematics Modules list.Please note that all choices of mathematics modules will need to be approved on PORTICO by both the Maths department and by your home department before your module registration is confirmed. Preference is given to certain groups of students on some modules, but otherwise earlier registration on portico will make it more likely that you get a place. You may be rejected by the teaching department (Mathematics) either if you have unsuitable background for the module or it is full.

Late choice/problems: please see contact me on m.l.roberts@ucl.ac.uk

Mark Roberts

Dept Tutor

Mathematics