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    Hi,

    I am contemplating studying for a PGDip in Maths (my BSc was in Quantity Surveying). I am interested to hear from people who have / are currently undertaken this course. In particular -

    1 - do you need to have studied maths at A-Level?
    2 - how intensive is the studying?
    3 - would you recommend a particular university (I want to study part time alongside existing employment)?
    4 - how would you best prepare yourself for this course?

    Thanks.
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    The uni entry requirements will be on the website. I suspect they'd be more worried about what your undergrad degree was in and if it was suitable or not than what your A levels were but I may be wrong. Any postgrad degree will be a step up from undergrad but there usually are part time options. You can always read around the subject based on the course structure which can be found online.
 
 
 
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