Visiting Students - Maths

Mathematics and Statistics

Visiting Students in Mathematics generally have the ability to take courses ranging over the first four years of the Mathematics and Statistics syllabi. See the full list of Mathematics courses available here. Prelims, Part A, Part B and Part C respectively correspond to beginning, intermediate, advanced and pre-graduate courses in the Oxford programme. For full details of the courses offered by the Department of Statistics, see the information listed here.

Example courses include:

  • Analysis I-III (a full-year first course in abstract analysis)
  • Linear Algebra (abstract linear algebra, available both at beginner level and at more advanced level)
  • Group theory (abstract group theory, available both at beginner level and at more advanced level)
  • Abstract algebra (a combination of the two previous courses, at beginner or more advanced level)
  • Geometry (available both at beginner level and at more advanced level: Projective Geometry)
  • Metric Spaces and Complex Analysis
  • Differential Equations 1-2 (a two-semester course with many advanced aspects of DEs covered)
  • Dynamics
  • Fluids and Waves
  • Quantum Theory
  • Special and General Relativity 
  • Electromagnetism
  • Mathematical Modelling in Biology
  • Probability (available both at beginner level and at more advanced level)
  • Statistics and Data Analysis (available both at beginner level and at more advanced level)
  • Graph theory 
  • Network Science 
  • Simulation and Statistical programming
  • Statistical Machine Learning (at an advanced level).