The equation of success starts with Mathematics study at Oxford Summer Courses
Your future in accounting, banking or education begins here. With a solid Mathematics qualification from Oxford Summer Courses. You’ll learn from world-class tutors in small groups and individually for focused, intense study.
Our topics from years past include – how to analyse complex numerical data, the ability to approach problems rigorously and how to formulate and apply theories to solve a range of problems. Tutorials focus on solutions to problem sheets rather than discussion-based tutorials so you have direct access to the answers and can apply your knowledge with confidence on the next project. You’ll also develop a range of desirable interpersonal skills such as project management, problem-solving, team-working and communication skills, which are enviable in all industries and career paths.
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From calculus to algebra, our Mathematics course will equip you with the skills you need to further your career
Whether you’re aiming for a role in IT or want to break into the finance industry, a course in Mathematics with Oxford Summer Courses is a smart place to start. Equally challenging and rewarding, study Mathematics with us here in Oxford and you’ll be learning one of the longest established disciplines, in one of the most historic, atmospheric cities. Through mathematics, we’ve revealed new fascinating truths and ideas, helping to shape our knowledge in every direction. And you can too.
Our established tutors are experts in their fields of study. Gain the skills and experience you need to excel with a unique, unparalleled learning experience.
Each week, you’ll be able to collaborate with leading academics mirroring the teaching method of the iconic, world-renowned and most respected educational establishments in the UK.
As current and past alumni of top universities, they’re highly specialised, recognised and knowledgeable in their chosen fields and can transfer their academic wisdom to you through interactive learning, independent study, seminars, and tutorials, depending on your age group.
Avi Mayorcas is currently a DPhil candidate in Mathematics at Queen’s College Oxford. He has previously completed a BSc in Maths and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham followed by an MSc in Mathematics at King’s College London. He has had experience in both tutoring mathematics and working with young people before arriving at Oxford and while at King’s he was teaching assistant for a first undergraduate course in mathematical analysis. Outside of academia Avi also spent a year working for a civil engineering company in London and has a strong interest in applications of mathematics in engineering, physics and economics.
Dr Tom CrawfordBIO
Dr Tom Crawford is a tutor at St Hugh’s College at the University of Oxford where he teaches Maths to the first and second year undergraduate students and assists with the admissions process. Tom completed his undergraduate degree in Mathematics at the University of Oxford in 2012 and obtained his PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Cambridge in 2017. He also previously worked for the Naked Scientists: an award-winning production company that specialises in broadcasting science news internationally via the radio and podcasts. This passion for science communication has continued and Tom now runs his own website tomrocksmaths.com and social media profiles on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @tomrocksmaths, with the aim of dispelling stereotypes and increasing the popularity of Maths amongst the general public.
Sam Crawford is a mathematical physicist currently studying for a Master’s at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge. He has a strong passion for teaching as well as learning and has given many hours of tutorials throughout his undergraduate studies. On the mathematics side, he is most interested in differential geometry, the study of smooth shapes and their properties (usually in 4 dimensions!). This ties in heavily with his interests within physics, which focus on understanding our most fundamental theories of nature: quantum field theory and general relativity.
Dr Monique Van BeekBIO
Dr. Van Beek gained a PhD in Computational Number Theory from the University of Cambridge and after a brief spell as a Quant Researcher, is currently a maths teacher at North London Collegiate School in Jeju, South Korea. While at Cambridge, she interviewed candidates for admission to maths, as well as working as a supervisor for a variety of colleges and pure maths courses.
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