Undergraduate degrees

A degree in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Liverpool is a highly regarded qualification that will open many doors. From core maths to theoretical physics, financial maths to biostatistics, you can choose quality programmes and options that match your ambitions.


Quality training

It is no accident that over 86% of our graduates were in employment or further study six months after graduating.

Our programmes and teaching will equip you with the mathematical and professional skills top employers and academic institutions expect.

This includes optional modules and work experience opportunities for students interested in teaching as a career.

Feel supported

You will be taught here by internationally known experts, within a friendly department that offers great academic and personal support.

Small tutorial groups, group project modules, individually supervised projects, peer support and a lively maths society are just a few examples of this.

Liverpool is a great city to study in as well - and just to add to this, we can offer you overseas study opportunities on some course pathways.

Exchange opportunities

Students in most programmes have the opportunity to spend a semester or a year in the USA, Canada or China (XJTLU) in their second year.

Information about application procedures and available exchange places can be found on the study abroad webpages.

Departmental contact for study abroad: Dr Thomas Mohaupt, Room TP108, e-mail: Thomas.Mohaupt@liverpool.ac.uk.

Further information

If you'd like the chance to look around for yourself or talk to members of staff, please come to one of the University's Open Days.

If you have any specific questions, or you'd like a copy of our department brochure, then please email us at mathstudentsupport@liverpool.ac.uk 

or write to us at:

Mathematical Sciences Student Support Office
Mathematical Sciences Building
University of Liverpool
Peach Street
L69 7ZL

Tel: +44 (0)151 794 4046
Fax: +44 (0)151 794 4061

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