The University of Cambridge undergraduate mathematics course is widely regarded as the best mathematics degree of its kind in the UK. Lecture courses are taught by some of the top mathematicians in the country, and you will receive both unparalleled learning support and outstanding pastoral care.
How to apply
UCAS Code: G100 BA/MMath
Deadline: 15 October (for 2018 entry)
Additional deadline: 1 March (for mature students, 2017 entry)
Other application deadlines may apply for those wishing to be interviewed in particular overseas countries,
You can find out how to make an application from the University Undergraduate Prospectus. The prospectus contains a wide range of information about admissions in general, including specific information about mathematics.
The application process is clearly outlined in the application pages in the University Undergraduate Prospectus.
Information and advice from the Faculty of Mathematics is available in our Guide to Admissions booklet.
Applications and colleges
At Cambridge, you are not only a member of the University, but also a member of a college, which will provide accommodation and other facilities, as well as small-group teaching and a level of academic, pastoral and financial support unsurpassed by any other UK university.
Applications are handled entirely by individual colleges. On your application you can either indicate if you have a college preference or make an open application. If you make an open application, you will be allocated a college on the basis of the number of mathematics applications per available place in each college.
For further Information
If you have questions not answered in these pages, please contact the Faculty Undergraduate Admissions Office:
Phone: +44(0)1223 766879
Faculty of Mathematics,
Centre for Mathematical Sciences,
Cambridge CB3 0WA,