A very broad course, with options from pure mathematics (e.g. topology, set theory, analysis) and applied mathematics & statistics (e.g. fluids, quantum theory, financial mathematics).
⌛️Last updated: April 28, 2020, 8:50 p.m.
Here are some general resources related to Mathematics.
Overview 🔗 🌟
A good overview of the course with an outline of its structure, entry requirements, and more.
Links to the prospectus, which provides more information about course structure (for joint courses also), admissions, careers and mathematical clubs/societies in Oxford.
Alternative Prospectus page 🔗 🌟
A colourful overview written by students on the Mathematics course (there are similar pages at https://apply.oxfordsu.org/courses/ 🔗 including joint mathematics courses).
Course Materials 🔗
Includes the lecture notes and the problem sheets that Oxford Maths students do on their course for all 4 years. Look here for a full list of options offered in 2nd year and beyond (may only be offered at the time of application).
'Applying to Oxford for Maths?' 🔗
In this short video, a mathematician at Oxford shares her experiences, why she applied for Maths, and how she went about applying.
Official Oxford Mathematics Institute YouTube channel 🔗
Includes recordings of actual Oxford Mathematics Lectures, both in Pure and Applied Mathematics, public lectures, and some more information about the courses.
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