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Personally, I think Cambridge is the best university for mathematics in UK.

What's your opinion? I mean undergraduate.

What's your opinion? I mean undergraduate.

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Squishy

In terms of reputation, Cambridge is unmatched in the UK. The British IMO team train there, and so do the people for the Informatics Olympiad. The Cam mathematicians do get the nerd label a lot though.

Oxford's reputation is as good as Cambridge...

Mark123

yes Warwick is good IMO. That's why I was asking why it is not in the poll

Woops, misread...I thought you were asking why they were there (which they're not anyway).

I don't know about Imperial...I heard their Pure Maths isn't that strong, but then again it is an Applied kind of university.

Sorry, I don't know how to change the poll...

ZJuwelH

Why is there even a poll? It's obvious that Cambridge is the pinnacle.

Very true, I think there's no guestion about it.

However, what I've heard is that Warwick is supposed to nearly as good

as Cambridge degree structure / teaching wise.. Any comments on this?

I talked with a maths teacher while at Oxford (just for the record, she

wasn't an Oxford professor just someone who'd been teaching maths for ages)and she said that she would recommend Warwick after Cambridge..

I had MMath at Warwick as one of my UCAS options.

After thinking it long and hard, I decided to but Warwick as my insurrance.

I'm now headed to Imperial College for a double majors equivalent of

Maths and Computer Science, should be good

If I would have gone for a straight maths degree I would have gone

to Warwick. They got a nice, new n shiny mathematics institute there

with blackboards in the common room..

I guess they're mimicking Newton Institute here, lol, but

yeah I like the idea of it..

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