School of Mathematics, University of Manchester

School Of Mathematics, University Of Manchester

School of Mathematics, University of Manchester

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The School of Mathematics at the University of Manchester is one of the largestCertainly the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Cambridge is larger. Exact figures for Cambridge are hard to come by as the faculty is divided in to DPMMS and DAMTP (which includes some physicists). In the 2001 RAE Cambridge returned 60 applied mathematicians and 38 pure mathematicians as lecturers and professors. In any measure Cambridge is bigger. Oxfords 2001 RAE return lists 43 pure, 32 applied and also 12 statisticians making it slightly larger then and the size may have increased. Probably the next biggest after Manchester is Leeds with about 70 academic staff over pure, applied and statistics. mathematics departments in the United Kingdom, with around 80 academic staff and an undergraduate intake of roughly 400 a year (including students studying mathematics with a minor in another subject) and another 200 postgraduate students. The school was formed in 2004 by the merger of the mathematics departments of University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) and the Victoria University of Manchester (VUM). In July 2007 the school moved into a purpose-designed building – the first three floors of the Alan Turing Building – on Upper Brook Street.


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