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Applications for September 2023 admissions are now closed. Applications for September 2024 will open in September (31 March 2023).
Imperial College London Mathematics School's core curriculum is dedicated to developing our students' mathematical abilities, confidence and character in a supportive, familiar setting. Our compassionate, knowledgeable and dedicated teachers will encourage our students to be curious, to question and to challenge. We will offer the choice of taking three or four A Levels over two years. All students will take Maths and Further Maths. The school will also offer Physics and Chemistry, with all students studying at least one of these subjects.
If a student opts to study three A levels at ICLMS, they will also have the opportunity to broaden their curricular horizons by taking a fourth A Level at
. Due to the demands of studying four A Levels, we will have a higher GCSE requirement for this particular pathway. This offer will be subject to spaces being available for the chosen A Level at Woodhouse and meeting Woodhouse College's entry requirement for that A Level.
Full details will be contained in our admissions policy, which will be published here before the opening of the application window.
Maths and Further Maths
We will take you on a journey through mathematics, deepening your understanding and helping you connect different areas of the subject to the world around you.
You will study physical, inorganic and organic chemistry, with your learning underpinned by experiments on the behaviour and structure of chemical elements and compounds.
We will deepen your understanding of subatomic particles, fields, heat and motion, among other concepts. Through experimentation you will test and put theory into practice.
Additional A Level
You can study a fourth A Level at our partner, Woodhouse College. This is subject to availability and you meeting Woodhouse’s criteria for any chosen course.
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