Department of Mathematics
We’re a small and friendly department and we run a lively range of undergraduate courses. Students can study a core maths curriculum – or combine this with economics, statistics, finance, physics and music. Our teaching and research are well integrated, and our academic interests include pure and applied maths. We often focus on real-world areas where these two disciplines combine.
We also boast an active postgraduate research community, while our award-winning Professional Training placements help our graduates secure jobs across a wide range of sectors, including prestigious City firms, the civil service and various industry positions.
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We will list any open vacancies as they arise.
Impact in conversation
Professor Anne Skeldon tells us about research on mathematical models for sleep, light and the body clock, and predicting the effect of moving school start times and of permanent daylight saving.
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The knowledge and expertise of our academic staff ensure the quality of all our courses, so that you are well placed to progress to the next stage of your career.
Latest blog posts
The paper “Supersymmetry enhancement of heterotic horizons“, co-authored by Daniele Farotti...
Anne Skeldon and Derk-Jan Dijk (Director, Surrey Sleep Research Centre) are co-authors of Chapter 38...
Our staff members
Professor Gianne Derks
Head of Department of Mathematics