Further Mathematics

Course Summary:

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Further Maths introduces mathematical topics beyond those covered at A level. Experienced tutors will guide you through complex numbers, polar co-ordinates, co-ordinate systems, hyperbolic functions and matrices. You have further opportunities throughout the year to stretch yourself with dedicated twilight sessions for even more advanced mathematical problems.
Please be aware that you will need to study Maths alongside Further Maths.

Higher Education Destinations:

  • University of Manchester – Mathematics
  • University of Manchester – Computer Science
  • University of Aberdeen – Chemical Engineering
  • London School of Economics – Economics
  • University of Cambridge – Engineering
  • University of Oxford – Mathematics

Career destinations:

  • Academia
  • Actuary
  • Engineer
  • Statistician
  • Software Development

Entry Requirements:

A grade 7 in GCSE Mathematics’ is essential.

Assessment Method:

100% exam

What Students Say:


“I chose this subject because I find the nature of Maths and the process of using logic and laws to solve problems immensely satisfying. The class dynamics are great, combining a small-ish size with a decent pace and like-minded people and the helpful, friendly staff are always there to offer guidance on particularly difficult problems. Further Maths doesn’t necessarily have to complement other subjects – for instance my other subjects are English, History and French – but it shows a great deal of skill and commitment to prospective universities and employers. The careers pathways from a Maths degree are diverse. I’m hopeful that Pure Maths at university could feed into a career in research.” – Callum Slattery.