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Congratulations to our Graduation Class of 2013. Photographs from the Graduation Reception for this year and prior years can be found via the following links:

Graduation Photos 2012

Graduation Photos 2011

Graduation Photos 2010

Graduation Photos 2009



The School frequently hosts a number of conferences, workshops, and talks on a wide and varied range of subjects, and featuring many distinguished guests and speakers.

Current and future meetings at Cardiff


The School is also involved in the organization of various events at Research Centres, Conference Centres and other Universities worldwide.

Current and future meetings outside Cardiff

External Courses

The School runs numerous courses throughout the year in conjunction with Open for Business.


Details of external courses

Prize Giving

The School awards a number of prizes for academic performance in the second and final year.


Prize Giving details

School Diary

Up and Coming Events


Wednesday 11th March

UCAS Open Day

Thursday 12th March

15:10: Mathematical Physics Seminar: Room: M/2.06
Speaker: Tom Leinster (Edinburgh) Title: The many faces of magnitude.

Tuesday 17th March

15:00: Applied Mathemathics Seminar: Room: M/2.06
Speaker: Paul Milewski (University of Bath). Title: Modelling and computation of pilot wave-bouncing droplet dynamics in a Faraday problem.

Wednesday 18th March

15:00: Operational Research and Statistics Seminar: Room: TBC
Speaker: Haeran Cho (Bristol). Title: TBC.

UCAS Open Day

Thursday 19th March

15:10: Mathematical Physics Seminar: Room: M/2.06
Speaker: Moritz Weber (Saarbruecken)
Title: Quantum Groups meet Free Probability.

Monday 23rd March

15:00: Analysis Seminar: Room: M/2.06
Speaker: Michela Ottobre (Heriot Watt). Title: TBC.

Tuesday 24th March

15:00: Applied Mathemathics Seminar: Room: M/2.06
Speaker: Draga Pihler-Puzovi (University of Manchester). Title: TBC.

Wednesday 25th March

UCAS Open Day

Friday 27th March

Last day of Teaching before Easter Break