Welcome to the undergraduate programmes pages for the Mathematics Department, Imperial College London. Whether you are a current student or prospective student, you can read here about our courses and how the mathematics degrees at Imperial work.
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The Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London is an internationally renowned department within one of the world's most prestigious universities. The principal aims of the Department are to train professional mathematicians to pursue the study of abstract, scientific and technological problems by mathematical methods, and to undertake research in various branches of the subject.
Over 30 nationalities are represented in our 2019 Undergraduate student body of around 700 students. Coming from a number of academic backgrounds, A-level, IB, and other international educational programmes, all of our admitted students will have in common their excellent mathematical scores from their previous schools. We look forward to welcoming each incoming class, students learning from each other, sharing in their diversity, knowledge and experiences.
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