### Overview

Part III is a 9 month taught masters course, leading to an MMath degree for those students who are undergraduates at Cambridge, and to an MASt (Master of Advanced Study) for students who join from other universities. As a taught masters programme, the main emphasis is on learning through lecture courses. Assessment is based on written exams taken at the end of the academic year and on an essay submitted about a month before the written exams begin. The standard graduation dates for successful candidates are in June and July.

The information on these pages is for current students. Prospective students reviewing this information are advised that details for subsequent years are expected to be broadly similar, but* not* identical.

### Lectures and Examples Classes

- Part III Handbook
- Guide to Courses
- Lecture List
- Examples classes
- Examples sheets and lecture notes
- Lecture course questionnaire

### Examinations and Essays

### Academic Support

- Preparatory workshops
- Wednesday afternoons
- Drop-in sessions
- Study groups
- Part III Cafe
- Part III Seminar Series
- Progress interviews

### Timeline

### Beyond Part III

- Research Groups in Cambridge
- Research in the UK
- Postgraduate Open Day
- Cambridge Summer Research in Mathematics Programme
- Careers for Mathematicians