All applicants for September 2024 will have received an email about the status of their application. Applicants can access their profile here.  (Updated: 05/04/24)

We are a specialist maths school for 16 to 19 year olds working in partnership with Imperial College London. In September 2023, we opened our doors to our first cohort of Year 12 students. We are located next to Woodhouse College in Barnet, North London.

Our aim is to ensure that young people of all backgrounds have the chance to succeed and excel in careers in mathematics and science.

Are you curious about mathematics? Do you love solving problems? If so, you should consider applying to our school.

We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated mathematicians to be part of our second group of up to 60 students. As a small institution, the school will be a close-knit community where we hope our students feel welcome and supported.

Our application process reflects our aim to welcome young people from all backgrounds, and particularly those currently underrepresented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

Applications for September 2024 are now closed. Applications for September 2025 will open in September 2024.

All students study A Level Maths and Further Maths, and at least one of A Level Physics or Chemistry. Our partnership with Woodhouse College means students also have the opportunity to study a fourth A Level at Woodhouse College.

However, our curriculum extends well beyond A Levels. Through our partnership with Imperial College London, students experience a broad range of enrichment opportunities in mathematics and science.

You will have the opportunity to be mentored by academics, have regular problem-solving classes, and take part in short courses on coding, engineering, and areas of maths and physics outside of the A Level curriculum.
Imperial College London Mathematics School
C/O Imperial College London Mathematics School
Woodhouse Road
Finchley, London
N12 9EY
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