Mathematics in Cambridge
Are you the next hero of global history?
Mathematicians are often the unsung heroes of global history. And here in Cambridge, university alumni include Alan Turing, the inventor of the famous WWII codebreaker machine, plus Charles Babbage, the person credited with conceptualizing the digital programmable computer. Cambridge mathematicians have sure made their mark in global history.
But is maths for you? Well, mathematicians tend to have one in common and that’s curiosity. It requires you to ask questions and come up with answers. As a discipline, maths is behind some of the most important aspects of our everyday lives – from the way the economy works through to scientific innovations. Whatever your interests in the subject, it could be time to discover your niche by joining us on this Cambridge-based summer course in mathematics.
Choose your Mathematics in Cambridge summer school
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