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The Mathematics Department at UCL is a highly regarded department within one of the world’s most prestigious universities. Find out about our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Mathematics

For prospective students:

Information for applicants
  • Resits: Not allowed, unless Further Mathematics was taken one year early and they achieved a grade A 
  • Second year entry – Not considered 
  • Alternative personal statement – Not considered 
  • Mature applicants – If they meet entry requirements with qualifications within 2 years, Undergraduate admissions will process normally; if they meet entry requirement with qualifications older than 2 years, they will be referred to an admissions tutor to see if we can consider them; if they only have A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics and are predicted/have achieved A* in both, we can refer to tutor to consider 
  • UPC – guaranteed an offer if they are predicted the entry requirement 
  • Access to HE Diploma – Not considered 
  • BTEC – Not considered 
  • STEP/AEA – all non-Access UCL offer holders will be given a lower offer option of A Level grades (or equivalent qualification) plus required grade in STEP or Mathematics AEA. They do not need to state they are taking either test in their application 
  • Course transfers – cannot consider transfers into BSc/MSci Mathematics and Statistical Sciences 
  • ATAS -  required for MSci Mathematics with Mathematical Physics 
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BSc/MSci Mathematics

Find out more about our three-year BSc in Mathematics and four-year MSci in Mathematics, including entry requirements, structure, fees and funding and how to apply.

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MSc Financial Mathematics

Our MSc in Financial Mathematics provides students with the skills necessary in mathematics, statistics and computation for a career in this fast developing field.

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MSc Mathematical Modelling

The MSc in Mathematical Modelling aims to teach students the basic concepts which arise in a broad range of technical and scientific problems and illustrates how these may also be applied in a research context to provide powerful solutions.

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MPhil/PhD in Mathematics

The purpose of the research degree programme at UCL is to train mathematicians to conduct research of high academic merit and to make a substantial original contribution to the subject.