# Study in DPMMS

## General Information

Cambridge is a wonderful place to study mathematics at both undergraduate and research level. But neither admission to study nor course design is the direct responsibility of DPMMS, so this web site maintains no information on these topics.

Good places to start looking for such information:

- Undergraduate admissions
- The undergraduate course
- Master of Mathematics / Master of Advanced Study (Part III)
- Postgraduate Study in Mathematics
- The University Board of Graduate Study
- The Graduate Union's Alternative Prospectus

or for something much shorter:

- University of Cambridge Science Summer School

## Information for Current Students

- 2013-14 Mathematics lecture lists on the Mathematics Faculty web site.
- Schedules - on the Mathematics Faculty web site.
- Past Exam Papers - on the Mathematics Faculty web site.
- The Archimedeans' students lecture notes.
- The Cambridge University Graduate Mathematics Society.

Such material as is available for specific DPMMS courses (example sheets, lecture notes and so on) has been gathered here. Some courses have more material, others less.

Example sheets (and other info) for courses offered by DAMTP appear on the DAMTP example sheet page.

## Part IA

Informal course descriptions on the Faculty web site.

- Analysis I
- Groups
- Numbers and Sets
- Probability
- Vectors and Matrices
- Topics in the History of Mathematics (non-examinable)

## Part IB

Informal course descriptions on the Faculty web site.

- Analysis II
- Complex Analysis
- Computational Projects (CATAM)
- Geometry
- Groups, Rings and Modules
- Linear Algebra
- Markov Chains
- Metric and Topological Spaces
- Optimization
- Statistics

## Part II

Informal course descriptions on the Faculty web site.

- Algebraic Geometry
- Algebraic Topology
- Applied Probability
- Coding and Cryptography
- Computational Projects (CATAM)
- Differential Geometry
- Galois Theory
- Geometry and Groups
- Graph Theory
- Linear Analysis
- Logic and Set Theory
- Number Fields
- Number Theory
- Optimization and Control
- Principles of Statistics
- Probability and Measure
- Representation Theory
- Riemann Surfaces
- Statistical Modelling
- Stochastic Financial Models
- Topics in Analysis

## Part III / MMath/MASt

Course pages on the Mathematics Faculty web site

We only list Part III courses for which we have information:

Algebraic Topology

Functional Analysis

Representation Theory and Quivers

Statistical Theory

Topics in Set Theory

Very few 2013-2014 DPMMS Part III courses have a page yet.
*The courses change significantly from year to year,
so do not expect information from previous
years to be relevant.*

Student provided sources of information for Part III courses:

- Part III eRoom provided by Caret.
- Student-run Part III Wiki.
- Archimedean's Part III notes

## Courses Intended For Graduates (Non-Examinable)

Lecture List on the Mathematics Faculty web site.

Like Part III these change every year and only have a page if we have something to say.