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.

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

O-Levels
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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