
Welcome to the Bangor Mathematics Web Pages
Mathematics was one of the founding departments when the University
opened in 1884.
Having been a Department of Mathematics;
then separate Departments of Pure and Applied Mathematics;
and later a School of Mathematics;
it's final form was as the Mathematics Division in the School of Informatics.
When the University was reorganised into Colleges in August 2006, what was
left of Mathematics became part of the new School of Computer Science.
The final cohort of Mathematics graduates obtained their degrees
in July 2007.
When Mathematics was closed, the university expressed the hope that this was a temporary measure. The new vicechancellor, Prof. John Hughes, has stated his firm intention to resurrect the School of Mathematics over the coming months, with the following tentative timetable:
The 30th series
of the Royal Institution
Mathematics Masterclasses for young people in NorthWest Wales
commenced on January 11th, 2014, and will finish on March 8th with the
presentation of certificates.
The Masterclasses are supported in 2014 by:
 Select one of the following options: View from College Park along the coast to Conwy. 


