82% of students achieved high grades
Taking Mathematics to the next level, Further Mathematics builds on your knowledge with Pure, Mechanics, Statistics and Decision.
Further Maths is a demanding and challenging course to develop your analytical and problem solving skills in Maths at a fast pace. When you choose to study Further Maths, you will study an A-Level in Mathematics and an A-Level in Further Mathematics, equating to two A-Levels when combined. You will not be able to study Further Mathematics without the Mathematics A-Level.
Modules include Core, Mechanics, Statistics, Pure, and Decision covering algebra, geometry, trigonometry, logarithms, vectors, forces, probability, momentum, variable and programming.
This builds upon the A-level core as well as introducing new topics such as mathematical proof, complex numbers, matrices, polar coordinates, hyperbolic functions and differential equations.
Includes topics such as momentum and collisions, Energy, circular motion, centres of mass and moments.
Includes topics such as random variables, expectation, statistical distributions and errors.
Includes topics such as linear programming, networks, group theory and game theory.
Course specific entry requirements
- 1640 individual applications received for our Science and Maths courses
- Dedicated, well-resourced Maths classrooms
- Mentor me Maths support sessions
- Senior Maths and UK Maths challenges
- University visits
- Industry trips
- Visiting speakers from well-established Alumni
This course provides you with the opportunity to progress on to Higher Education, employment or further training. Our students have progressed to:
Mathematics at Durham University
Financial Mathematics & Statistics at the London School of Economics & Political Science
Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bristol
Theoretical Physics at the University of Birmingham
Computer Science at the University of Huddersfield
Forensic Science at Anglia Ruskin University
Physics at the University of Nottingham
Physics with Astrophysics at the University of Manchester
Mechanical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh