Academic Education

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MSc. in Pure Mathematics – University of London
(intercollegiate based at Imperial College)

london My MSc. was intercollegiate. While I was based at Imperial College London (then still part of the University of London) and the majority of my courses were there, I also attended lectures at both King’s College London and Queen Mary College London. My areas of specialisation were Group Theory and Number Theory.

This was primarily a taught course, but I also wrote a dissertation on the Automorphism Groups of Finite Graphs. I received the Diploma of Imperial College for my work.

Attended from 1987 to 1988.
BSc. in Mathematics – Imperial College London

imperial I completed a BSc. in general Mathematics, but in my second and third years I began to specialise more and more in Pure Mathematics and, in particular, Group Theory and Number Theory. I completed a number of computer-based projects, most notably one computing the characteristics of groups, which counted as a unit for my final year.

I obtained an Upper Second Class Honours degree and was also awarded an Associateship of the Royal College of Science.

Attended from 1984 to 1987.
A- and O-levels – Salesian College London

salesian Sport
Member of the Cricket First XI and Rugby First XV.

Chemistry (B), Further Mathematics (B), Mathematics (A), Physics (A).

Biology (A), Chemistry (A), Computer Science (A), English Language (A), English Literature (A), Geography (A), History (B), Latin (B), Mathematics (A), Mathematics A/S (A), Physics (A).

Attended from 1977 to 1984.

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