Directing students to us
If you lecture or tutor topics relating to mathematics or statistics, you may wish to direct your students to us for help. You can direct students to:
- information about MASH drop-ins which includes a link to the current drop-in timetable
- information about online resources
Statistics for project work
If you are supervising a final year project or the work of a research student, you may wish to direct them to the Statistics Advisory Service or make contact with the Service yourself.
First year mathematics students
- Computer Science and Mathematics
- Economics and Mathematics
- Physics and Mathematics
Bespoke teaching and support
We provide bespoke support to targeted subgroups of students across a number of departments including:
- Faculty of Science: Biology & Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematical Sciences, Physics
- Faculty of Engineering & Design: Architecture and Civil Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences: Economics, Education, Health, Social & Policy Sciences
- School of Management
- Disability Services
- Doctoral College
If you believe a subgroup of students in your department would benefit from bespoke support then get in touch and discuss the options.
Individual student referrals
We offer a limited referral service for departments who have identified a student at risk of failure due to specific difficulties with the mathematics or statistics on their course or, for students studying mathematics, due to specific difficulties adjusting to studying higher level mathematics.
Referrals should be made by the relevant Director of Studies and the options should be discussed with us prior to speaking with the student. Referrals may also be made by a member of the Disability Advice Team, if relevant.
We also accept referrals, from any member of staff, for disabled students having difficulties accessing mathematical course materials using assistive technology.
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