Women in Maths Research


This day is open to all year 10 and 12 students of Mathematics but we would particularly like to encourage female students who might be considering studying Mathematics or a STEM subject at University. There will be a choice of workshops given by research mathematicians at various career stages on a range of topics which last year included: Financial Mathematics, Fractals, Quantum Information, History of Mathematics, Model Theory and Mathematical Epidemiology.

There is a limit of 10 students per school with no more than 6 from year 10  (there may be more spaces available depending on interest).

Who will benefit from attending?




Draft programme:                  

9:30 – Registration and puzzles

10:00 – A personal story

10.45 – Female Mathematicians throughout History

11:30 – Break

11:45 – Workshop 1

12:30 – Lunch

13:15 – Workshop 2

14:00 – Workshop 3

14:45 – Break

14:55 – Keynote

15:45 – Final questions

Other Information

Lunch and refreshments will be provided for staff and students.


This event is open to state school students and their teachers 


This event is free for students and their teachers

Key Facts

Event ref:




Target year:

Year 12

Curriculum focus:

University admissions tests, A level Mathematics, A level Further Mathematics

Event format:

Student course

Event length:

1 day


North West


Tue 23rd Jun 2020

Course times:

10:00 - 16:00


Printable Version


If you have any queries about this event, please do not hesitate to contact:

Abigail Bown
[email protected]

View all events

Share this event