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  • Mathematics

    Oxford Brookes University has a long history and tradition of providing high quality, accredited mathematical courses. With our specialist labs and exclusive teaching rooms, we aim to strengthen your knowledge in both theory and application – enabling you to apply your learning to solve real life problems after graduation.

    Our focus is to provide world class, high quality teaching and applied research - giving our students an excellent experience, preparing them for their future careers.  

  • Mathematical Sciences

    BSc (Hons) single

    This course will develop your logical, analytical and problem-solving abilities. It particularly focuses on increasing your awareness of the use of the mathematical sciences as problem-solving tools.


    BSc (Hons) single, BA (Hons), BSc (Hons) combined

    Studying Mathematics at Oxford Brookes, you will focus on the subject’s modern applications - the structures and techniques which underpin science and technology.

    MMath Mathematics

    Accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA)

    Mathematics courses at Oxford Brookes focus on modern applications of mathematics. This programme is heavily focussed on the mathematical modelling of real-world problems, with particular emphasis on project work.

    Data Analytics for Government


    Our Data Analytics for Government MSc is now open for September 2017 entry and teaches graduates the skills, knowledge and understanding to analyse and make use of complex data. 


    "I cannot recommend Brookes highly enough. It was fantastic, especially the quality of teaching!" Becci Herbert

    "Loved it! The modules were interesting and challenging, the support on offer by the lecturers was impeccable." Craig Spears

    “What I find appealing about the Mathematics courses at Brookes is how hands on and applied it is. We are able to really focus on how maths can be used to solve real life situations.” Nathan Aylward