Undergraduate Virtual Open Days
Do you really enjoy maths? Does the moment when a difficult concept makes sense bring you joy? Then a degree with high teaching standards in an exciting and friendly environment at the UCL Mathematics Department is for you.
Our Virtual Open Days:
are a great chance to find out more about your chosen course, the department and studying at UCL. You'll have the opportunity to hear from academic staff and ask any questions you might have about life at UCL.
- Mathematics Information Session 25/04/2023 10:00am - 11:00am
- Mathematics Information Session 25/04/2023 04:00pm - 05:00pm
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Studying Maths: find out more
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Watch UCL Mathematics Professors Christina Pagel and Rebecca Shipley discuss their backgrounds and exciting career paths after completing an undergraduate degree in Mathematics.
The second half of the video features Dr Nick Ovenden and Dr Alex Diaz from UCL CHIMERA (Collaborative Healthcare Innovation through Mathematics, EngineeRing and AI) - a groundbreaking research hub.
See the department and study spaces
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Undergraduate Mathematics student Teren takes us on a tour of the Maths department and shares her tips on some of the best places to study and hang out at our Bloomsbury campus.
Chalkdust: A magazine for the mathematically curious
Our mathematical magazine Chalkdust explores maths as a study of numbers, structures, patterns, and change. Something is curious if it is interesting, thought-provoking, and possibly surprising or unusual. You can read the latest edition of the magazine online.
If you like Maths at A Level, then you’ll love studying it at UCL because…
Teren Lee, UCL Mathematics Digital Student Ambassador, writes an A-Level to University guide on all things Maths, including more details on the specialisms available on our Undergraduate programmes.
Problem solving in Game Theory
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In this first video in our series on problem solving in Game Theory, Dr David Sheard introduces a class of combinatorial games for two players which lend themselves to being studied mathematically. We then look at a technique for finding winning strategies for these games called position analysis.
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