Fast Track Applied Mathematics MMath (Hons) 2019 entry
It is possible for students applying for the MMath in Applied Mathematics to complete their degree in four years instead of five by taking the Fast Track degree route.
Fast Track students take the same modules required by the Applied Mathematics MMath programme, but at an accelerated rate. This route allows students to take a mixture of first-year and second-year modules, giving them a gentle start to first year, but then progresses to an accelerated sequence of modules. This means students will have an increasing workload over the remaining years of study to ensure advanced topics are reached by fourth year.
To find out more information, or to discuss the possibility of taking the Fast Track route, please contact the School of Mathematics and Statistics.
Master in Mathematics (Integrated Masters degree)
Four years full time
- Start date: 9 September 2019
- End date: 30 June 2023
Typical entry requirements
The following are likely grades considered for an offer. St Andrews considers all aspects of every application, including context, equivalent qualifications and the personal statement, and offers may be higher or lower than the grades stated here.
|SQA Highers and Advanced Highers||
BB at Advanced Highers (including Mathematics) and AAAB at Highers, including A in Mathematics and one additional Higher from the following:
|GCE A-Levels||A*AA, including A* in Mathematics.|
|IB points||39, including HL6 in Mathematics.|
If English is not your first language you will need an overall IELTS score of 6.5, with a minimum score of 6.0 in each component (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking), or an equivalent English Language qualification
Find out more about international entry requirements.How to apply
Do I need to have studied this subject before?
Applicants are expected to have studied Mathematics at SQA Highers and Advanced Highers, GCE A-Level, or equivalent.
Faculty entry requirements
You must also meet the Faculty of Science minimum qualifications. These vary depending on which qualifications you hold.
Passes in other examinations at equivalent levels and subjects may be accepted by the Dean of the Faculty. More information on how to apply via other entry routes or accreditation of prior learning and experience can be found on the University’s entry requirements webpage.
St Andrews students must meet with their Adviser of Studies at the beginning of Semester 1 in September to complete advising – a compulsory part of the matriculation process. After module choices have been decided, a timetable will be allocated indicating the dates and times of classes.