The main aspects of the Maths Programme are:
You will receive high quality materials prepared by the London Mathematical Society and a structured study programme.
The programme runs from March of Year 12, through Year 13, and there will be regular online tutorials in small groups. These tutorials are led by tutors chosen from our Durham Maths Undergraduate Programme.
Covid-19 permitting, there will be face-to-face days with your tutors and members of the Maths Department at Durham University to discuss the application process and what it is like to study maths at university.
You will be invited to online guest lectures given by renowned academics in a range of STEM subjects. These will demonstrate how different aspects of the subjects are applied in a wide variety of STEM careers.
You will have the opportunity to get to know and work with current Durham Maths undergraduate students in the tutorials, and with members of the Durham Maths Department via special visits.
Starting in March 2022, you will receive high quality material and attend a 90-minute online small group tutorial every two weeks during term time. Before each tutorial, there will be a couple of pages for you to read which will prepare you for the tutorial problems.
Please note, to participate in the Maths Programme, you must be studying the following A-level (or equivalent) subjects: A-level Maths and AS* Further Maths (*please see the Durham Maths Undergraduate Course Webpages for information about applying to study maths at Durham).
Further information about eligibility is on our Eligibility Criteria page.