Pure Mathematics MMath (Hons) 2020 entry
The MMath (Hons) in Pure Mathematics will teach you to understand complex patterns and structures, and develop the tools with which to analyse them. Whether these patterns relate to physical or biological phenomena or the structure of mathematics itself, the primary aim is to describe, categorise, and understand the processes involved.
Students of Pure Mathematics will acquire the analytical techniques, clear logical thinking and deductive reasoning necessary to explore and understand mathematical problems. In addition, there are many connections between pure mathematics and computer science, and you will be able to learn about these, if you wish.
The MMath allows you to combine undergraduate and postgraduate study into a single five-year programme, graduating with a Masters degree. Students can also take Mathematics as a standard four-year BSc degree.
More information for 2020 entry will be available in September 2019. For information on the current year of entry for this course, see the 2019 page.