- Course summary
- Course detail
- Entry requirements
- Fees and funding
- How to apply
- During the course
- Teaching staff
- What our students say
- Jobs and placements
- Career and study progression
- Linear Algebra
- Discrete Mathematics
- Introduction to Programming
- Probability and Statistics
- Mathematics and Statistics by Computer
- Calculus I
- Real and Complex Analysis
- Calculus II
- Advanced Engineering Mathematics
- Numerical Methods
- Financial Mathematics
- Statistical Modelling
- Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
- Dynamical Systems
- Stochastic Processes
- Operational Research and Optimisation
120 UCAS tariff points from Level 3 qualifications, which must include Mathematics or Statistics.
These can include:
• A Levels at grade B, B and B, or above
• BTEC Extended Diploma with Distinction, Distinction, Merit
• Access to HE Diploma
You also need GCSE English and Mathematics (grade 9 – 4 / A* - C) or Level 2 equivalents.
Mature applicants (aged 21+): If you do not hold the above qualifications but possess relevant work experience, you are invited to apply. Your application will be considered on an individual basis.
Level 5 entry
If you wish to enter directly at level 5 of this course you will be required to follow procedures in accordance with the university regulations. The demonstration of appropriate knowledge, competencies and relevant industrial experience is required and will be considered by the relevant university board. You are an ideal candidate for entry at this level if you have a 120 undergraduate credits at level 4 or a CertHE in a related subject area.
Level 6 entry
If you wish to enter directly at level 6 of this course you will be required to follow procedures in accordance with the university regulations. The demonstration of appropriate knowledge, competencies and relevant industrial experience is required and will be considered by the relevant university board. You are an ideal candidate for entry at this level if you have a 240 undergraduate credits (at level 4 and 5), a DipHE, Foundation Degree or HND in a related subject area.
International entry criteria
International students need to meet our English language requirement at either IELTS at 6.0 or above and a minimum of 5.5 for each of the 4 individual components (Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening).
In some countries where teaching is in English, we may accept local qualifications. Please visit http://www.uwl.ac.uk/international/your-country to check for local equivalencies.
We offer pre-sessional English language courses if you do not meet these requirements. Find out more about our English Language courses
Fees for home and EU students
- Main fee
Fees for overseas students
- Main fee
- £7,667 Find out if you are a home or overseas student.
Help with funding is available to a range of students, whether you are studying full or part-time, in your home country or overseas.
You may be eligible for a student loan to cover the cost of tuition fees or a maintenance loan to support you during your studies. Additional funding is available to some types of students, such as those with dependants, disabled students and more. Find out more about applying for student loans and other funding options.
We also offer a range of scholarships and bursaries to help you. Scholarships in the 2017 - 18 academic year included:
- Full Time Undergraduate Bursary: a £3,000 award for new undergraduate students.
- Path to Success Scholarship: a £4,000 award for students on a four-year degree course with a foundation year.
Other scholarships are also available, including awards for specific subjects. Find out more and check your eligibility.
* Please note that scholarships and bursaries described in the video above were available at the time of filming in autumn 2017. Full details of scholarships for the 2018 - 19 academic year will be published shortly.
Please note fees are paid for each year of study unless otherwise stated. You will be required to re-enrol and pay fees at the beginning of each academic year. Fees may be subject to government regulations on fee increases. Future inflationary increases will be applied to each subsequent year of the course, subject to government regulations on fee increases.
How to apply
UK and EU students
You can apply to study this course using our online application system. Simply click the red ‘apply now’ button above.
Your application will be dealt with by our Admissions team who will be in touch with you.
Complete our online application form for international students or you can download the print version (Word, 186kb).
During the course
The following Teaching Enhanced Learning tools will be used across the course to help support face-to-face delivery:
Blackboard will be used for access to lecture material and resources as well as discussion forums.
online resource lists will be provided to students through the library.
Panopto lecture capture will be available for appropriate modules.
Turnitin will be used for submission and feedback of all written work.
Mathematical (Matlab), Statistical Software (SPSS) and C programming language will be used to endorse the teaching and learning outcomes for the subject specific modules.
The tools that will be used throughout the course and on all levels are:
peer review and observation
student led teaching with in class presentations
the Maths Cafe that provides a high level of additional mathematical support for all modules.
All modules are assessed via formal written examination as well as coursework assignments.
The School of Computing and Engineering runs a Maths Café twice a week for a total of four hours. The Café provides a high level of additional mathematical support for all levels.
What our students say
Jobs and placements
Career and study progression
Pharmaceutical companies can employ mathematicians to work on clinical data concerning the effectiveness or dangers of new drugs. Pure scientific research in chemistry or biology also require mathematicians, particularly those with higher degrees in computer science, in order to help develop models of complicated processes.
A lot of the government’s fiscal policy is based on analysis and predictions made by mathematicians. Other appointments that Mathematicians can be involved in are in the meteorology, environmental science and engineering sectors. Large companies employ statisticians to perform market analysis and risk assessment, with many mathematicians going on to work in the City of London, in financial modelling and stock market trading.
Mathematicians can also acquire employment at all levels of the education system.
We have an extensive portfolio of Masters level courses, which provide excellent study progression routes.
See our computing and engineering courses page to view the full range of courses on offer by our School of Computing and Engineering
Our degrees are designed to help you find the career that’s right for you. 97% of our graduates are in work within 6 months of graduating.
With our desirable West London location, we have strong links with many national and multinational organisations such as the BBC, Hewlett-Packard (HP) Ltd, Middlesex Law society and the Savoy Education Trust. We have a strong track record of providing valuable work placements and we also provide hands-on experience at the University through our Student Ambassadors’ scheme.
Many of our staff have successful backgrounds in relevant industries and can advise you on how to kick-start your career. Our careers service will also help you realise your potential by offering specialist advice and guidance on a wide range of careers issues, including:
- job hunting
- recruitment and selection procedures
- further study.
We are The Career University.