By Mark Evans, CNNTechThe UK’s two top universities, Chapman University and University of Cambridge, are both home to the UK’s top two universities in maths, but which of them is the best for studying it?
Maggie’s College, one of the two best-known universities for maths, has seen its popularity surge in recent years, and this year it won the prestigious National Maths Award for best maths institution in the UK.
It is home to a world-class academic network, and attracts students from all over the country.
The University of Edinburgh also has a long-standing reputation for maths in the area, and it’s also one of only two UK universities with a world class international research network.
In the past, there have been reports of students being offered jobs in the maths department at a higher salary.
However, Maggie’s College has seen a surge in applications this year, with students wanting to study maths in its international programmes, as well as the UK and UK-based maths students.
The Scottish University of Technology’s International School of Computing is also a popular place for students to study the subject, and students from the UK are also increasingly keen to study in Scotland, with the school receiving over £400,000 in funding last year.
According to a recent survey by The National College of Maths, the University of Glasgow is the most popular school for studying mathematics, with over 95% of the students surveyed saying they want to study there.
However some universities are less popular.
The University of Bristol has been ranked number one in the 2016 UK Maths Index, with an average of 73.5% of its students reporting that they want a degree in maths.
The average score for this year’s survey was 92.4%