This joint-honours degree programme, representing a close and fruitful connection which has existed since the time of the ancient Greeks, explores both sides of the programme together with the interesting border region between the two. Both disciplines are given equal weight and each offers a wide range of options. In your final year you do a substantial Philosophy dissertation and can choose to do a project on a mathematical topic, supervised by a member of staff. The content of the programme is closely linked with that of the two individual single-honours degrees, and so transfer to either of these Schools is possible at the end of the first year.
- Generous entrance scholarships are available.
- Small group teaching is a significant part of the first year.
- A wide range of options is available in the third year.
- All undergraduate students have affiliate membership of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
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Great, looking forward more to second year where I can get my own place but so far it's been pretty good.
by Anonymous on 6th October 2015
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