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*As of 2023 the order of Network Science and Principles of Programming has been reversed. This page is up to date with this alteration.
*JMC students either choose MATH50014 or second-year group project for computing students.
Second year is one of the most exciting years of the course, since students can start to choose modules in their areas of interest. However, balancing academics with applying to internships also requires excellent time management skills, which makes year 2 seem like such a step-up from year 1. If you are struggling to keep up, get advice from your personal tutor or friends, as everyone wants you to thrive!
For maths students: you will be doing
For JMC students: you will be doing
We strongly advice you to be taking part in an internship and/or Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme.
You are more than welcomed to attend lectures from another level or department, on condition that the faculties allow you to do so. It is always nice to contact the faculties politely, explaining your background and why you are interested. Also remember to notify the department appropriately.