UCAS Code
GG14
Entry Year
2020
also available in 2019
A Level Requirements
AAA
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see all requirements
Duration
Full time 3 Year(s)
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Ella's story
"Lancaster University instantly attracted me after looking around various universities in England, this was because I liked the size of the campus and the fact that it is a top ten university. I enjoy workshops as they provide me with an opportunity to openly discuss questions asked in the lecture with my peers and tutor. After I have completed my degree, I want to become an actuary as it is a profession which is predominantly numericalbased and is the type of role I aspire to be in to put my skills into practice."

Which A Levels should I be studying?
Our minimum requirement for A Level applicants is that you should be studying at least three A Levels including A Level Mathematics. We encourage but do not require, you to study A Level Further Mathematics as well  our standard offer is slightly lower for those taking A Level Further Mathematics. If it is not possible for you to study A Level Further Mathematics, think about studying AS Level Further Mathematics  the style of mathematics in Further Mathematics, especially Further Pure Mathematics, is similar to university mathematics and will be excellent preparation for further study.
We do not usually accept vocational qualifications like BTEC or Cambridge Technicals unless you are also studying A Level Mathematics and A Level Further Mathematics. If this applies to you, then we would treat your vocational qualification as equivalent to a third A Level.

What about STEP?
The Sixth Term Examination Papers in Mathematics are a set of three papers, set by Cambridge Assessment and sat in June, which are designed to really test your problemsolving skills. Each paper lasts three hours and contains thirteen relatively long questions, all of which are optional  you answer as many of them as you wish, up to a maximum of six questions. You may enter any combination of the three papers  those applying to Cambridge will usually sit Paper 2 and Paper 3, while those applying to Warwick or Bath will usually sit Paper 1 plus, optionally, one or both of the other papers.
We value the way that STEP develops advanced problemsolving skills and all our standard offers include an alternative, slightly lower offer that includes a pass (Grade 3) in any STEP. Sitting STEP is optional, however, and if you choose not to sit STEP, this won't harm your chances of receiving an offer from us. If you sit STEP and do not pass, please do not worry  we will treat you exactly the same as if you hadn't sat STEP at all.

What about the Test of Maths for University Admission?
The Test of Maths for University Admission is a test, set by Cambridge Assessment and sat in November. Like STEP, the Test of Maths for University Admission is designed to test your problemsolving and readiness for universitylevel mathematics, but the format is very different  it is made up of two multiplechoice question papers, each lasting 75 minutes. Results are available at the end of November  you will receive a grade ranging from 1.0 to 9.0.
A strong performance in the Test of Maths for University Admission is very impressive. If you sit the Test and perform well, achieving a score above 4.5, you may well receive a lower offer from us. Sitting the Test is optional, however, and if you choose not to sit the Test, this won't harm your chances of receiving an offer from us. Indeed:
 you do not need to tell us that you're sitting the Test;
 if you sit the test, you do not need to tell us your result; and
 a poor result will not damage your chances  we will treat you the same as if you hadn't sat the Test at all.
If you inform us of your Test result before receiving an offer from us and have achieved a score of 4.5 or higher, we will take this into account when we decide on your application, and we may well make you a lower offer than usual.
If you inform us of your Test result after receiving an offer from us and have achieved a score of 4.5 or higher, we will consider your result, and may well replace your existing offer with a lower one.

Our standard offer
The standard offers for courses administered by our Department are outlined in the table below.
Programme of Study UCAS STEP/TMUA Including Maths at Grade A Including Maths and Further Maths at least one at Grade A Mathematics BSc
Mathematics BSc (Placement Year)
Mathematics MSci
Mathematics MSci (Study Abroad)
Statistics BSc
Statistics BSc (Placement Year)
Statistics MSci
Statistics MSci (Study Abroad)
Mathematics with Statistics BSc
Mathematics with Statistics BSc (Placement Year)
Mathematics with Statistics MSci
Mathematics with Statistics MSci (Study Abroad)
Financial Mathematics BSc
Financial Mathematics BSc (Industry)
Financial Mathematics MSci
Computer Science and Mathematics BSc
Computer Science and Mathematics MSciG100
G102
G101
G103
G300
G302
G303
G301
G1G3
GCG3
G1GJ
G1GH
GN13
GN1J
GN1H
GG14
GG1KNot taken AAA AAB Mathematics BSc
Mathematics BSc (Placement Year)
Mathematics MSci
Mathematics MSci (Study Abroad)
Statistics BSc
Statistics BSc (Placement Year)
Statistics MSci
Statistics MSci (Study Abroad)
Mathematics with Statistics BSc
Mathematics with Statistics BSc (Placement Year)
Mathematics with Statistics MSci
Mathematics with Statistics MSci (Study Abroad)
Financial Mathematics BSc
Financial Mathematics BSc (Industry)
Financial Mathematics MSci
Computer Science and Mathematics BSc
Computer Science and Mathematics MSciG100
G102
G101
G103
G300
G302
G303
G301
G1G3
GCG3
G1GJ
G1GH
GN13
GN1J
GN1H
GG14
GG1KSTEP Level 3 +
or TMUA 4.5+AAB ABB Mathematics and Philosophy BA GV15 Not taken AAB ABB Mathematics and Philosophy BA GV15 STEP Level 3 +
or TMUA 4.5+ABB ABB French Studies and Mathematics BA
German Studies and Mathematics BA
Spanish Studies and Mathematics BAGR11
GR12
GR14N/A AAB
(Maths Grade A, Language Grade B)ABB
(Maths Grade A, Language Grade B)Accounting, Finance and Mathematics BSc
Accounting, Finance and Mathematics BSc (Industry)
Economics and Mathematics BScNG41
NG42
GL11N/A AAB including Maths or Further Maths Grade A BSc Theoretical Physics with Mathematics F3GC N/A AAB including Maths and Physics MSci Theoretical Physics with Mathematics
MSci Theoretical Physics with Mathematics (Study Abroad)F3G1
F3G5N/A AAA including Maths and Physics
Our Courses
Our courses offer academic excellence. We have 3 singlehonours degrees and 10 combinedhonours degrees. We have focused our courses in the first two years, so you can choose from a wide range of third and fourthyear topics. Our academic research shapes our courses with the latest developments.
Friendly and Collaborative
The department has around 50 academic staff and 500 undergraduate students. Throughout your course, you will have weekly workshops and marked assignments. You will have opportunity to discuss each topic and get feedback from expert tutors. We also offer onetoone sessions during lecturers' office hours, so you soon get to know us and vice versa.
Supportive Environment
You will receive the support you need to achieve your full academic potential. We are a friendly department and foster a supportive learning environment. You will have an academic tutor who will assist you throughout your degree. We also encourage you to attend our weekly Maths Café, lead by fellow students.
Study Abroad
You can spend your second year studying at one of our partner universities. These partner Universities span the globe: in Europe, the USA, New Zealand and Australia. Where you choose to study at is up to you, although places are subject to availability.
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Scholarships and Bursaries
We offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to prospective undergraduate students. These are to help with fees or living expenses. Academic Scholarships are for students with a strong performance in their Alevels (or equal). Access Scholarships and Bursaries are for students from households with lower than average incomes.
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Computing and Communications
 Computer Science BSc Hons: G400
 Computer Science (Study Abroad) BSc Hons: G402
 Computer Science (with Industrial Experience) MSci Hons: G404
 Computer Science and Mathematics MSci Hons: GG1K
 French Studies and Computing BSc Hons: GR41
 German Studies and Computing BSc Hons: GR42
 Management and Information Technology (Industry) BSc Hons: GN52
 Software Engineering BSc Hons: G602
 Software Engineering (with Industrial Experience) MSci Hons: G601
 Spanish Studies and Computing BSc Hons: GR44

Mathematics and Statistics
 Accounting, Finance and Mathematics BSc Hons: NG41
 Accounting, Finance and Mathematics (Industry) BSc Hons: NG42
 Computer Science and Mathematics MSci Hons: GG1K
 Computer Science and Mathematics (Placement Year) BSc Hons: GG1L
 Economics and Mathematics BSc Hons: GL11
 Economics and Mathematics (Industry) BSc Hons: GL12
 Financial Mathematics BSc Hons: GN13
 Financial Mathematics MSci Hons: GN1H
 Financial Mathematics (Industry) BSc Hons: GN1J
 French Studies and Mathematics BA Hons: GR11
 German Studies and Mathematics BA Hons: GR12
 Mathematics BSc Hons: G100
 Mathematics MSci Hons: G101
 Mathematics (Placement Year) BSc Hons: G102
 Mathematics (Study Abroad) MSci Hons: G103
 Mathematics and Philosophy BA Hons: GV15
 Mathematics with Statistics BSc Hons: G1G3
 Mathematics with Statistics MSci Hons: G1GJ
 Mathematics with Statistics (Placement Year) BSc Hons: GCG3
 Mathematics with Statistics (Study Abroad) MSci Hons: G1GH
 Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics (MORSE) BSc Hons: GLN0
 Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics (MORSE) (Industry) BSc Hons: GLN1
 Spanish Studies and Mathematics BA Hons: GR14
 Theoretical Physics with Mathematics BSc Hons: F3GC
 Theoretical Physics with Mathematics MSci Hons: F3G1
 Theoretical Physics with Mathematics (Study Abroad) MSci Hons: F3G5