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18 October 2018

Fridays@2 are a series of weekly seminars run during term time. The programme is designed specifically for undergraduate and masters students. The sessions are designed to help students to develop useful skills, to explore career possibilities, and to put their mathematics courses into a broader context. The sessions will run every Friday during term time at 14:00-15:00 in L1, followed by tea and biscuits in the South Mezzanine at the Mathematical Institute. Find out more here 

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10 January 2018

Are you a student interested in joining us in 2018-19? The deadline for applications for the MSc in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics for autumn 2018 entry is approaching. Please submit your application by 12 noon (UK time) Friday 19th January 2018. Click the 'apply' heading on our website to find out more.

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23 November 2017

The Mathematical Institute will be holding its second Virtual Open Day, on Thursday 7th December 2017, from 15:00-16:00 (UK time). This year, the Virtual Open Day will be focusing on taught masters' courses, including the MSc Mathematical and Theoretical Physics

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16 November 2017

Are you a current Oxford student studying an MMath/MPhys/MPhysPhil degree? Are you interested in applying for the MMathPhys? In week 7, we are holding an MMathPhys application and information event. A formal talk and Q&A session led by the Joint Supervisory Committee will be taking place in L3 from 13:30-14:30, in the Mathematical Institute. Even if you are just considering the MMathPhys at the moment, do come along with any questions you have. We look forward to seeing you there!

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24 November 2015

We are holding an MMathPhys application and information event for all third years to attend on Friday 27th November. A formal talk/Q&A session will take place from 1-2pm with faculty and current students in L3 of the Maths Institute, followed by an opportunity to talk to faculty and current students from 2-3pm in the South Mezzanine of the Maths Institute.

You do not need to attend both parts of this event, and are free to come and go as you wish.

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