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Welcome information for · BSc(Hons) Financial Mathematics

Introductory Session


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On behalf of all the Mathematics staff, we would like to warmly welcome you back to the Mathematics Division at the Manchester Metropolitan University, and we hope your time with us will continue to be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. 

We also hope you will take advantage of the excellent facilities that University offers, and that you use your remaining time on the course as a stepping-stone to your future career. The Mathematics staff will provide a supportive and inspirational academic environment to bring out the best of your abilities and talents; so think of your final year at university as a partnership that will provide you with a range of opportunities and resources to develop your skills further and gain an extremely valuable degree qualification. 

We hope you will make the most of your final year at university and continue to enjoy Mathematics in the build up to your future career.

Programme Leader

Dr Jon Shiach

+44 (0)161 247 1515


Preparatory Information

What should you bring with you?

Pen and paper.


Reading List

Your tutors will provide you with reading lists via Moodle when you start. They will explain about items recommended for purchase, essential and further reading.

You can see a preview of the lists for your core units using the following links:

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Online Enrolment

  • Login to the online enrolment system using the MMU student ID and password that we have sent you.
  • If you have any questions about your enrolment or are having difficulty using the online enrolment system, please contact the Enrolment Team on +44(0)161 247 5959.
  • If you have successfully completed online enrolment, you will also need to collect your Student ID card at the session below. For Full-time undergraduate students, you can also collect your Met card at the same time.
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ID Card Collection for New Students

Once you have successfully completed your online enrolment, please collect your Student ID Card from the Student Hub in John Dalton Building. If you are a distance learning student, your card will be posted out to you.

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Term Dates 2017–18

Standard University term dates are:

Autumn Term
18th September 2017 – 15th December 2017
Spring Term
8th January 2018 – 23rd March 2018
Summer Term
16th April 2018 – 22nd June 2018

Research degree courses and a small number of professional courses have different dates – any variations will be communicated at your induction session.

Useful Resources

MyMMU, Moodle & Email

Once you have completed online enrolment, Log in to MyMMU to access your email, library loans and reading lists, finance information, university notices and guides, and links to many other useful resources.

On Moodle you can read course messages, download lecture notes, project briefs and other documents. You will also be able to access timetable information and assessment submission details.

You should check your MMU email account regularly for important messages, as it is one of the primary methods we will use to communicate with you.

Regulations, Policies & Procedures for Students 2017/18

Download this guide to find information on the University’s regulations and other important policies and guidelines.

Research degree students please see the Regulations, Student Handbook & Supporting Material to access PGR Regulations, Policies and Procedures.

Student Hub

This is the recommended Student Hub for Faculty Of Science & Engineering

Study Support

The Student Support Officer(s) in the Faculty Of Science & Engineering

Research degree students’ Faculty contacts are available on our contacts website.

Disability Support

Please contact the Disability Service if you need disability or dyslexia related support.

Find out more about the Student Support Services available in the Faculty.

Financial Support

For information and advice on financial matters during your time at university, please visit our Student Financial Support website.

Research degree students, please visit the Financial and Legal Services website for general information.

Here is more information on the University's Financial Regulations.

Careers and Employability Support

Information and advice on finding part-time work, on campus employment and jobs after graduation. Take part in events to enhance your employability skills and meet employers. Find out more at the Careers website.

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