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University of Dundee, Scotland
Division of Mathematics

  • Applied Mathematics - Bachelor of Science (Honours)
  • Mathematical Biology - Bachelor of Science (Honours)
  • PhD Studies

    We are a small friendly Division offering a lively, modern programme of study at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. As well as degrees in Mathematics and Mathematical Biology, we offer a wide range of Joint Honours Degrees, where Mathematics can be combined with a variety of other subjects, for example, Accountancy, Applied Computing, Economics, English and Physics.

    Mathematics is central to the study of science, and few scientific developments are possible without underlying mathematical theories. Explanations of physical, chemical and biological phenomena often require sophisticated mathematics. For example, mathematics is now extensively used to try to develop a better understanding of human diseases such as cancer and HIV.

    We have research groups in Mathematical Biology, Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing, Applied Analysis, and Magnetohydrodynamics.

  • Middlesex University, London
    School of Arts & Education

    Specialising in: Modern European Philosophy, English Studies, Translation, Art, Design, Performing Arts and Media

    Undergraduate courses in:

  • Art and Design, Performing Arts
  • English Language and Literature
  • Film, Television, Media, Communications
  • Modern Languages and Translation
  • Philosophy
  • Education
  • Postgraduate courses in:

  • Art and Design, Performing Arts
  • Media Arts
  • Philosophy
  • Education
  • Translation
  • Middlesex Fashion students at London’s Blue Print Café, South Bank Centre

    Outstanding research ratings in 2008:

    Philosophy – First among post-1992 universities; ahead of Durham, Warwick, Edinburgh.

    Research Centre for European Philosophy:

    History of Art, Architecture and Design – First among post-1992 universities, 14th in the Research Fortnight ‘power rankings’; ahead of Warwick, Sussex, Essex, Nottingham, Bristol.

    Drama, Dance and Performing Arts – Second among post-1992 universities, 14th out of 40 in the Research Fortnight ‘power rankings’; ahead of Kings, Leeds, St Andrews, Surrey.

    College of Europe, Bruges (Belgium) and Natolin (Warsaw, Poland)

    Founded in 1949, the College of Europe was the world’s first and is one of the most reputed institutes of European postgraduate studies located in two campuses: Bruges (Belgium) and Natolin (Warsaw, Poland).

    The College of Europe is characterised by its academic independence, the diversity of its teaching staff and its multicultural environment which together create a genuine European ‘microcosm’. It relies on a large worldwide network. Its programmes open up rewarding professional prospects in Europe and at the international level. Students come from over 50 countries and their average age is 25. The one year programme (September-June) is taught in English and French. Students benefit by working together in an international community of students, faculty and staff members and learn how to operate in an international environment. A large number of full and partial scholarships are available.

  • European Interdisciplinary Studies, MA
  • EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, MA
  • European Political and Administrative Studies, MA
  • European Economic Studies, MA
  • European Legal Studies, LLM

    Specialisation in:
  • European Law and Economic Analysis (ELEA)


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