12 April 2013: BSc Mathematics with Physics
Why study mathematics with physics?
If you enjoy solving problems, you take pleasure in finding hidden truths, and you want to understand things at a fundamental level, then this brand new course should be of interest to you.
What will you learn?
Mathematics focuses on truth and clarity, whereas physics is a beautiful subject, whose elegance is best appreciated through the language of mathematics. Your ways of thinking will be shifted as we teach you about the cosmos, the symmetries of quarks and the weirdness of quantum physics. We will also educate you in pure mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics. We will further show you how to develop computational simulations and build electronic circuits.
Why study at Essex?
We are a university on a human scale with the tremendous advantages that this brings. We combine excellence in research and teaching, and are one of the most international universities in the UK. When you join our Department of Mathematical Sciences, you’ll be surrounded by like-minded people who share your enthusiasm. You’ll also be assigned a member of staff as your personal adviser, to guide you during your time with us.
If this sounds like something you want to be part of, please contact us for more information.