Our innovative teaching approach is based on collaboration and problem-solving, as these are the most important skills mathematicians can bring to their careers.

We build a variety of learning materials into our modules: lectures notes, videos, online exercises, and computer programming environments, designed by our expert lecturers to help you explore mathematics collaboratively and individually.

All of our modules are assessed 100% by coursework. This means we can work on authentic mathematical problems like those you will see in your careers.


We’re piloting the use of iPads in our maths teaching. Click here for more information.

Maths Help Centre

During term-time we have drop-in sessions with the mathematics and statistics lecturers every day. Click here for more information.

Conferences and teaching research

We’re always looking to develop our teaching and share what we’ve found with other universities.

IMA Education Grant

The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications have funded our students to scrutinise and curate the recording of their video lectures. We’re asking students to find the best, most interesting, and most useful moments of their lectures so we can make better content in the future.

IMA Workshop

As part of the IMA Higher Education Teaching and Learning Series we hosted a workshop on Programming in the Undergraduate Mathematics Curriculum. This was to provide a platform for colleagues to discuss approaches to teaching and assessing programming to mathematics students in undergraduate mathematics programmes, and to disseminate good practice. Click here for more information