Maths Online Open Day Events
BOOKING IS OPEN for
Thursday 29 April - Christ's Maths I (with current Maths students) and Christ's Maths II (with academics)
Saturday 1 or 8 May - Cambridge Maths Faculty Events
Each year we run a Maths open day for academically able students from all backgrounds who are considering an application to Cambridge the following October.
This year there will be two Christ's Maths webinars on Thurs 29 April (one with maths students, the other with our maths academics), plus an opportunity to attend Maths lectures organised by the Cambridge Maths Department on either Saturday 1 May or Saturday 8 May.
Booking is open for the Christ's Maths Open Day Events 2021
We are very pleased to be able to offer online events on Thursday 29 April that students can attend alongside the Faculty online open day on either Saturday 1 or Saturday 8 May.
|Date||What?||Details & Booking|
|Thursday 29 April (16:30 - 19:00 approx)||Christ's Maths online events||
We will offer two live events for prospective Maths applicants only:
BOOKING IS OPEN FOR THESE TWO EVENTS
|Sat 1 May
Sat 8 May
|Maths Faculty Open Day||The Maths Faculty is running a programme of lectures and workshops on 1 and 8 May (attend one date or the other). Do register for these live events on the Maths Faculty website open days page. All material from the faculty events will also be recorded and made available online afterwards.
BOOKING IS OPEN FOR THE 1 & 8 MAY EVENTS ON THE MATHS FACULTY PAGE
Updates for participants
1. booking is now open for the Maths Faculty events on 1 or 8 May. See the booking links in the blue box on this page.
2. We are collecting questions (both for students and for academics) in advance to help us use the time on 29 April as well as possible for you. Please see the link to the padlet in emails about the event and add your questions!
Important to note when choosing school subjects:
To apply for Maths at Cambridge University, you should study Mathematics at the most advanced level available in your curriculum.
If you are taking (UK-designed) A levels, you must take at least 3 A-levels including both Mathematics and Further Mathematics in order to meet the subject requirements. If your school does not offer Further Mathematics, you may be able to get support via the Further Maths Support Programme.
If you are studying in the Scottish education system, do read the notes for scottish applicants.
14 April - The 2021 version Guide to Admissions in Maths is published.
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