Maths Support Centre

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Mathematics and statistics are relevant to many discipline areas, but many students experience difficulties with them as they begin their university studies. We offer additional help to undergraduate students from all disciplines, in addition to support provided by your undergraduate programme.  Drop-in support is aimed at foundation and first-year undergraduate students from all disciplines and programmes of study within the University, and at undergraduates from other year groups identified as having particular difficulties with basic mathematical and statistical techniques. You can find further information on our timetable page.

Fair Use Policy

Due to increased demand, we have introduced a Fair Use Policy (PDF 207KB). Please take note of this before attending. 

Opening Times

The Maths Support Centre is currently closed, and will reopen at the beginning of October. For any queries in the meantime please contact

Statistical Support

There are online Statistical Methods for Research courses, produced in collaboration with Epigeum, an external skills partner, for the following disciplines:

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Business
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Natural Sciences
  • Social Sciences

Self-enrol on these courses via the Canvas course gallery, and select 'Research and Information Skills' link.

For further statistics support please see this link.  Our online resources are available to all students at the University.

Engineering Mathematics Canvas Course

self-enrolment course on Canvas. This is an introductory mathematics course for those studying engineering, but it's be suitable for students on other courses that contain mathematical components.

Mathematics and statistics online resources

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