University of Liverpool - Mathematics School
Liverpool, United Kingdom
About University of Liverpool - Mathematics School
The University of Liverpool Maths School teaches mathematics, physics and computer science to talented and motivated 16 to 19-year-old students from a wide variety of backgrounds. We also deliver an outreach programme which delivers additional support in mathematical and physics to a large number of students across Merseyside.
Our mission is to enable children with a strong interest and high potential in the mathematical sciences in the Liverpool City Region and the north west of England to make a national and global impact through their work, learning and research.
School email: firstname.lastname@example.org
School website: liverpoolmathsschool.org
Working in Liverpool
The Liverpool of today is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city attracting people from all over the world who want to enjoy the good things in life whilst progressing with their career.
With a population of 7 million, England's North West incorporates the vibrant cities of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, and is the UK's largest economic region outside London and the South East. Lying at the geographical centre of the British Isles, over 400 million people across Europe are within four hours flight. The Liverpool John Lennon airport is also the fastest growing in Europe.
As evidence of the area's new dynamism, Liverpool city centre's population has more than tripled in the last 10 years and is forecast to double again in the next 5 years.
Offering affordable housing, good schools, easy access to all other parts of the UK and Europe via road, rail and air, Liverpool provides the history, culture and sporting attractions to create a work/life balance that you and your family can enjoy.
Liverpool is in the midst of exciting economic, cultural and social regeneration. The area is central to STEM development, being at the heart of the UK's chemical, aerospace manufacturing and production industries, home to the second biggest digital industry cluster in Europe and the location of some of the most important physics and life-sciences research in Europe.
The region is the 'arts spend capital of Britain'. Three times more money was spent last year on galleries and museums in the North West than on cultural buildings in London. Added to that, childcare costs around £50 per week less in the North West than in London and weekly travel costs are less than half those in the capital. Liverpool is the most filmed British city outside London and the city's Albert Dock contains the largest group of grade-one listed buildings in the UK.