We bring together a unique range of disciplines and are committed to tackling the world’s biggest challenges through interdisciplinary research.
The Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences consists of 3,610 undergraduate, 1,240 taught and approx. 550 postgraduate research students. We have 380 academic and 120 other staff. We are home to five academic units and four research centres.
We are already making a difference through our research for developing countries, the United Nations, Office for National Statistics, the national energy grid and policy making.
You can read more about some of our research in our New Boundaries magazine.
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We are already making a difference through our research in areas such as: