If you are an Advanced Mathematics or Advanced Science student, then Honours is built into your program. For all other students, if you are keen on Mathematics and have achieved good results in years 1 to 3, you should consider embarking on an Honours year.
Below you can find some specific information about Applied Mathematics Honours.
For other information about doing Honours in Applied Mathematics, see the Honours Page.
If you have any questions about the Honours year, don't hesitate to contact the Honours Coordinator. In particular, if you are just starting third year and vaguely thinking ahead to Honours, then it is important to choose a sufficiently wide variety of third year courses. Please see the Honours Coordinator to discuss your choice of courses.
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