Universities value Maths and it is a pre-requisite subject for many degrees. Mathematical and statistical problem solving, data analysis and interpretation skills are used in a broad range of subject areas.
5 September 2022
3 January 2023
Academic: Completed 10 years of schooling (GCSE or equivalent)
English: IELTS 5.5 or equivalent
2 Academic Years (3 terms)
We also offer a One-Year A-level in Maths and an entry from Year 12.
Average 7 hours per week for each A-level subject (plus homework and private study)
Gain UK national university entrance qualification
Raise English to university level
Develop study skills required at degree level
Develop specialist subject expertise
Course content and structure
The following syllabus outline is based on Edexcel exam board content. Please note that exam boards may vary from college to college.
2nd: term starts 15th January: UCAS deadline (other subjects)
9th – 10th: half term Progress tests
17th: term ends Mock exams
3rd: term starts Progress tests
9th June: term ends
Below is a list of books which may help you prepare for your studies prior to arrival. Please note that additional books, and online resources such as websites and journals will be shared once you begin your course.
Proofiness: How You’re Being Fooled by the Numbers by Chares Seife
The Mathematical Experience by Philip J. Davis
The Drunkard’s Walk by Leonard Mlodinov
Oxford Student’s Mathematics by Oxford Dictionaries
Oxford Content and Language Support: Mathematics by Caroline Meyrick and Judy Roberts
Maths has wide applications in industry, business, finance, science, technology and many others.
There are a number of courses where A-level Maths is favoured — including Chemistry, Medicine, Architecture and Economics.
University courses in the following fields all stipulate A-level mathematics as necessary:
Sample alumni progression
Aysha Ahmad Sharudin
University of Exeter (Neuroscience)
Chun Yu Chan
Queen’s University Belfast (Medicine)
Hon Ming Lam
University of Bristol (Pathology)
Royal Veterinary College (Veterinary Medicine)
Negin Nematiniaye Masooleh
University of Leeds (Medical Science)
University of Surrey (Medical Engineering)
University of Oxford (Engineering)
LSE (Government with Economics)
University of Edinburgh (Maths)
Newcastle University (Architecture)
Van Khoa Hoang
University of Manchester (Artificial Intelligence)