Mathematics Societies and Student Groups

On this page you will find links to the current mathematical societies run by students of the School. If you would like to discuss the possibility of starting your own student society, and any help the School can offer, please contact Mr Sebastian Rees.

For information regarding all non-mathematical societies within the University, please visit the Manchester Students' Union website.


Please see the new MathSoc webpage via the link in the left-hand margin.

A student led mathematics society which arranges a variety of social events for students of the School. Please click here to visit their Facebook page.

The MathSoc also have an office in the School, which can be found in the Atrium of the Alan Turing Building.

The Actuarial Society

We are an emerging society, aimed at enhancing and improving our members understanding of the Actuarial Industry, ultimately promoting the Actuarial profession as a possible career path to all students with a numerical background from across the University.

The society looks forward to creating a higher level of business awareness among its members, alongside the development of key actuarial skills and long lasting links within the industry.

To discover more about what the Actuarial Industry is, and what the role of an Actuary involves, join us, Manchester's first ever Actuarial Society today!

Further details is available from the student union's website:

The Society also has a facebook:

Our Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are available to all first year students.   The sessions are run by trained PASS Leaders who are higher year students on the same degree programme as you. They will help you with your first year work and provide guidance on study skills and university life.

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