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Awarded in recognition of our commitment to equality for women in mathematics and science.

Mathematics provides the structure for creative thought

School of Mathematics

MSc Data Science and Analytics

New for 2016 entry
A course that will develop core skills in the management and use of big data sets, with pathways in business management, healthcare and GIS.

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Clearing vacancies 2016

Already have your results? Leeds expects to have additional opportunities in Clearing for high achieving students.

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Events

Logic Colloquium, 31 July - 6 August, 2016
This is organised under the auspices of the Association for Symbolic Logic. There will be 12 plenary speakers, one of whom will give the Gödel Lecture.


Forthcoming seminars

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Come along to one of our Undergraduate Open Days to find out more about our exciting courses.

News

University Maths in Perspective 

54 sixth form students joined us for the 30th annual University Mathematics in Perspective residential conference that was held on campus for 3 days at the end of June. The conference was a great success, receiving lots of positive feedback from attendees. 

The School of Mathematics has risen 17 places in The Guardian 2017 League Tables

We are delighted to have risen 17 places in The Guardian 2017 League Tables, which have just been published. The full listing of the tables can be found here

Alexander von Humboldt Professorship Award

Professor William Crawley-Boevey has been awarded the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship after being nominated by Bielefeld University, Germany. The award enables winners to carry out ground-breaking research at universities and research institutions in Germany. Read more here.

Modelling the maths behind wave motion to aid sea rescues 

A mathematical model developed at the University of Leeds could make it possible to design safer versions of the 'fast ships' used in many vital offshore operations.

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