Transition to University Course 2022
The free online Transition to University Course 2022 is designed to support Year 13 students to study at their own pace to consolidate key A level topics. It also introduces some new topics that will be valuable additional study in preparation for undergraduate degree courses in areas such as maths, engineering, or sciences.
Who is the course for?
The Transition to University Course 2022 course is designed for students who are:
- currently in Year 13 or taking a gap year.
- studying A level Mathematics.
- planning to begin studying a degree in maths, engineering, sciences, or closely related subjects such as economics in 2022 (or choosing to defer their entry until 2023).
What does the course cover?
We’ve designed this free online course to help students revise some of the later content of A level Mathematics. It also offers the opportunity for an introduction to some topics studied in AS Further Mathematics, such as complex numbers and matrices. We've chosen topics which will be helpful to those progressing to degrees in maths, physics, engineering, and closely related subjects.
The course is comprised of presentations, notes, exercises, and other self-study resources. Students can complete formative assessments for each topic so that they can check their progress and understanding.
The video below contains more details about the course:
How is the course designed to be used?
The Transition to University Course 2022 has been designed to allow students the flexibility to opt into the most relevant topic areas for their chosen undergraduate degree course but, of course, we encourage students to study all of the topics!
How do students access the course?
To get an idea of what to expect on the course, you can view a sample of one of the topics below.
The course will begin week commencing Monday 27 June 2022, with resources released weekly over a six-week period.
The sessions will be recorded and students can continue to register for access until Wednesday 30 November 2022. They will receive access to the course until Tuesday 31 January 2023.