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Hello everyone,

I'm currently a third-year math student from Portugal. I will finish my undergraduate degree this year and I wish to apply to a master in mathematics in the UK for next year (2015/2016).

The problem is that my undergraduate degree has some flaws: for instance, our course in Topology covers not much more than basic notions about metric spaces. Having said that, I'm a bit concerned that a one-year master is not enough to really deepen my knowledge in Math. Hence, I'm inclined to the two-year MSc in Math in Warwick, as I think it provides me a good opportunity to take some undergraduate courses in the first year.

Does anybody here attended the two-year MMath in Warwick? Could you give me some feedback on it?
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