The centre offers courses in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics.
Course run in two formats:
- Intensive courses which run over the course of 24 hours (1pm or day one to 1pm on day two) usually at De Morgan House.
- Extensive modules which normally take place at De Morgan House, Russell Square, London.
The Extensive modules are divided into basic and advanced courses:
- Basic courses are aimed at students in the first year of the Ph.D. studies and are generally compulsory for students within the LTCC consortium (UCL, QMUL, Imperial, King's College, LSE, City, Kent, Brunel and Royal Holloway).
- Advanced courses tend to be more specialised and are not compulsory, although some advanced courses do continue on from basic courses. Advanced courses are designed for research students in the second year and above, but should be accessible to first year students with suitable background knowledge of the subject.
For more details please contact:
- Frank Smith (Applied Mathematics at UCL) frank at math.ucl.ac.uk
- Tom Fearn (Statistics at UCL) tom at stats.ucl.ac.uk
- Shaun Bullett (Pure Mathematics at QMUL) s.r.bullett at qmul.ac.uk
In line with EPSRC guidelines, there will be 'light touch' assessments for every module, both basic and advanced. Basic exams will take place in the Spring term as usual. Assessments for advanced courses will take place at the end of each module. First year students will be expected to take four assessments, although exceptions will apply in individual cases. Please check with your supervisors to confirm how many exams you should be taking.
Please visit the LTCC Exam page for further information.