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Course summary

The Interdisciplinary Mathematics MSc course encompasses a breadth of pure and applied mathematics and statistics, with skills useful for a range of future scientific careers. The Warwick Mathematics Institute allows you to combine mathematics with an outside discipline, e.g. Biology or Computation. Course overview Our MSc programme encompasses a breadth of pure and applied mathematics. This makes it an ideal choice if you aspire to become a professional scientist or you have a reasonable mathematical background and wish to learn about the interactions between sciences and mathematics. As an interdisciplinary MSc student, you will take modules in related subjects such as Physics, Biology, Economics or any of the other departments listed below. The knowledge and skills you will acquire will prove useful for a range of future scientific careers or if you wish to progress to PhD level studies in Mathematics or one of the sciences.


Core modules Dissertation Optional modules A wide selection of optional modules is offered in both pure and applied mathematics. In addition, a wide selection of modules is offered from the following departments:

  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering
  • Life Sciences
  • Warwick Medical School (WMS)
  • Physics
  • Psychology
- Statistics

Assessment method

Term One (October - December)  You attend roughly half of your modules and begin discussing dissertation topics with members of staff. Term Two (January - March)  You attend the remaining modules, register for examinations, declare a dissertation topic and a supervisor, and start background work on the topic. Term Three (April - June)  You take examinations for the Term One and Two modules and continue to work on your dissertation. Summer (July - September) You work full-time on your dissertation, and you may give an oral presentation to staff during the summer. Completed dissertations are due in early September.

Entry requirements

**Minimum requirements** First Class Honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject. **English language requirements** You can find out more about our English language requirements. This course requires the following: - Band A - IELTS overall score of 6.5, minimum component scores not below 6.0. **International qualifications** We welcome applications from students with other internationally recognised qualifications. For more information, please visit the international entry requirements page. **Additional requirements** There are no additional entry requirements for this course.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

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Interdisciplinary Mathematics at University of Warwick - UCAS