Our range of degree programmes allows you to choose a mixture of modules best suited to your interests. Most students take at least one module with a computational component and you will have access to top-class computing facilities. The modular system at Queen Mary makes it possible to choose one of several degree programmes, either in mathematics alone or in mathematics combined with other subjects.
All our degree programmes require grade A in GCE A-level Mathematics, or equivalent; for full details please see our entry requirements.
Full details of our degree programmes can be accessed by clicking on the title in the list below.
|Three-year BSc programmes|
|GG31||Mathematics and Statistics|
|GL11||Mathematics, Statistics and Financial Economics|
|G1N1||Mathematics with Business Management|
|GN13||Mathematics, Business Management and Finance|
|G1N3||Mathematics with Actuarial Science|
|G1N4||Mathematics with Finance and Accounting|
|Four-year MSci programmes|
|G1G3||Mathematics with Statistics|
|Related three-year programmes organised by other departments|
|GG41||Computer Science and Mathematics (contact Computer Science)|
|LG11||Economics, Statistics and Mathematics (contact Economics)|
We also offer a Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (SEFP/ISEFP) targeted at home/international applicants with an unusual academic background (e.g. mature applicants or applicants with non-standard qualifications) who have not taken A-level Mathematics and do not meet our normal entry requirements, which provides access to all our programmes except GL11. The UCAS code for the SEFP leading to a Mathematical Sciences degree programme is GGX1 for a BSc (4 years including foundation) and it may be possible to transfer later to an MSci (5 years including foundation). You choose the degree programme to which you want to progress (any except GL11) during your foundation year.
Professional accreditation and exemptions
Professional placement years and study abroad
We now offer a Professional Placement (or "year in industry") option across many of our undergraduate programmes. Students choosing this route will undertake a paid work placement of one year, extending their 3-year BSc degree to a 4-year "sandwich" programme (or 5 for MSci Financial Mathematics). For more information about the Professional Placement click here.