Maths and Physics Applicant Events 1

Your first step into the world of Advanced Mathematics...

Congratulations on your application to study your undergraduate Mathematics degree with us in the School of Mathematics and Physics! Each year we invite students who have applied to study our Mathematics degrees to visit us in person on the central campus here at Queen's University Belfast.

In your visit you will get the opportunity to discuss your application with academic staff and talk to current students about studying at Queen's. You will be given a tour of the world-class facilities we have to offer, including the Maths and Physics teaching centre where most of our undergraduate classes take place.

Your parents/guardians are also very welcome to visit with you. They will be able to see the Mathematics Department and will have the opportunity to talk to senior members of staff.

Please note that spaces are limited on each UCAS day. Therefore to ensure your preferred date please confirm your attendance with us using the form below. The deadline for registration is midnight on the Sunday before your visit.

Available Dates:

Time and Location:

Wednesday 26th February, 2020

1.30pm-4.15pm, Emeleus Lecture Theatre

Wednesday 11th March, 2020

1.30pm-4.15pm, Emeleus Lecture Theatre

The event will start at 1:30pm with a light lunch along with staff and current students, and finish by 4:15pm.

You will also have the opportunity on the day to view the University accommodation at Queen's Elms at 4:30pm; this is a 10-minute walk or 5-minute drive from the School.


 

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Why Queen's

Meet the academics on your course of choice and view the state-of the art learning facilities.

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Find out more about your Undergraduate Degree including course content, hours of study, assessment methods and career opportunities.

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Skills development

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