Year 13 Transition Course

Target Audience: Students who studied A-Level Mathematics and are progressing to an undergraduate degree in mathematics, engineering, physics, or a related subject.

Due to the current situation with school and college closures, the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP) is delighted to offer Year 13 students access, free of charge, to a university transition course designed especially to support students who have studied A-level Mathematics and are progressing to an undergraduate degree course in mathematics, engineering, physics or a related subject. The course will help to consolidate some essential A-level Mathematics skills and learn more about topics that will be encountered early in these university programmes. The course also includes suggested wider reading to explore these themes in greater depth.

Further information:

The course will be hosted on the online platform Integral. Access to the resources requires a free login – every school/college registered with the AMSP is provided with these login details which they can pass on to any student within their institution. Currently there are almost 2000 schools/colleges registered with the AMSP so the scope of access to the resources is very wide.

If a student does not already have their Integral login details they should contact their mathematics teacher or the Head of Mathematics at their school or college in the first instance. In turn, if the teacher is unsure of the login details they can check using the links approximately halfway down this page or email admin@amsp.org.uk.

For any further queries about these resources or to provide feedback please contact: highereducation@amsp.org.uk.