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    I went to the open day at Warwick today and went to both the Philosophy lecture and Maths lecture, but neither department could give me much information about the degree itself. I'm aware there's very few places but can anybody that's done/ doing it tell me if its worth applying for or if I should be considering other unis for Maths and Philosophy?
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    The core details for the degree are here. There are also some details on the maths department site, which also has information for any individual maths modules you may take.

    I believe it's typical that students begin studying Maths (as a single honours course) in first year, taking the relevant external options, then transfer into the joint course from second year onwards (where the degree is formally based in the Philosophy department it seems).
 
 
 
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