16 July 2016
Maths and Engineering
Oxford Summer College is a two week university preparation course held in the heart of Oxford.
The Oxford Summer College M&E programme combines Mathematics and Engineering to create a unique programme that teaches students undergraduate level maths and subsequently shows them how to apply their knowledge to the world around them. Students will get an introduction to matrix algebra and differentiation and also work towards a practical which will involve the creation of a water launcher. After the experiment, students will use their mathematic skills to examine the results from the practical, thus exploring the interdisciplinary relationship between maths and engineering.
o Introduction to matrix algebra
o Matrix solutions to simultaneous equations
o Differentiation and differential equations
o The construction and use of a water launcher
o Particle dynamics when analysing the results of the experiment
o Complex numbers
o De Moivre’s theorem
Expert Oxbridge-educated tutors.
Students aged 15-18 who are interested in pursuing mathematics or engineering at a leading university. AT the Oxford Summer College you also choose one other subject to study along side Maths and Engineering.
On this course pupils will learn how to apply scientific knowledge problem-solving skills to real world situations, and come up with practical solution.
GBP 3995: The course fee covers all tuition, accommodation and meals at St Cross College. It also covers all activities, excursions included in the course and airport transfers between Oxford and London. Flights to and from London are not included.