Develop a pre-university research project in Mathematics
Mathematics is a powerful tool, and its influence can be found in multiple fields. From engineering, medicine and the sciences to finance, economics and business, maths is a broad subject that offers many prosperous avenues.
With guidance from an Ivy League university tutors, you will explore a range of mathematical topics from constructive mathematics to abstract vector spaces attempting to find proofs for the range of theories that you encounter.
What is the 1:1 Research Programme designed by Ivy League tutors?
The Ivy League Online Research Programme (‘ILORP’) is designed by faculty from Ivy League universities for students who want to enhance their personal research and study skills in preparation for university, whilst also developing deeper knowledge in their chosen field.
Led by your personal tutor, you will undertake a research project assessed at university-level and receive regular 1:1 supervisions from an expert academic.
This course is ideal for students wanting to gain invaluable experience for writing a dissertation or thesis at university, whilst also familiarising themselves with the demands of studying at a top tier university. Alternatively, this is a fantastic opportunity to experience a subject you have never studied before!
I thoroughly enjoyed working with my tutor, with whom I spent long hours on calls going through material, as well as occasionally going on tangents about our shared interests. He was really helpful, especially providing more digestible examples for more complex concepts.
1:1 Tutoring From Expert Academics
Students on the Ivy League Online Research Programme will develop key skills essential for success at higher education.
Independent Study & Research Skills
Top universities including Ivy League universities place a huge emphasis on the importance of self-study and development, and this course will help you learn more about how best to research and achieve your goals
The research project will culminate either in a dissertation-style essay or a complex presentation. Both formats will require you to be able to present your work to a high-quality, including how to frame arguments, analyse and reference appropriately.
Ivy League Teaching Experience
The Ivy League Online Research Programme provides a unique opportunity to learn from expert academics, and experience top-quality tuition, similar to undergraduates studying at leading Ivy League universities such as Harvard, Yale and Princeton.
1:1 Tutoring From Expert Academics
How It Works
Receive A Personalised Programme Tailored To Your Goals
1. Submit Your Enrolment
Once you have submitted your enrolment and paid a deposit, you will be send a booking confirmation asking for more information on your academic background and goals.
2. Be Matched With One Of Our Expert Tutors
Using your academic background form, our team will match your profile with one of our expert tutors from an Ivy League university: Harvard University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University or Yale University.
3. Receive Your Course Induction Pack
Once your tutor has been found, timetable confirmed and full fees received, you will receive final instructions containing details about your programme, such as a course overview, how to access your virtual classroom, as well as any additional material from your tutor.
4. Start Your Course
The course is available as 2, 4 or 8 week programme, with 1:1 tutorials each week. You will also be required to research and prepare your project in your own time.
At the end of the course, your academic research project will be independently assessed and you will receive a certificate of completion, as well as a detailed evaluation from your tutor.
Sample Mathematics Research Projects
Module 1 - Introduction to Category TheoryWhat is category theory and how has it become an important tool?
Module 2 - Modular Arithmetic and RSA CryptographyHow are messages encoded, and what rules can cryptanalysts apply to try and break codes?
Module 3 - Plane QuadricsHow do you classify a quadric?
Module 4 - Vector SpacesHow are vector spaces manipulated by scalars?
Module 5 - Differentiable ManifoldsWhat are differentiable manifolds and how are they linked to calculus?
2 Week Online Research Programme (Bespoke Start Date)£2,495
4 Week Online Research Programme (Bespoke Start Date)£3,995
8 Week Online Research Programme (Bespoke Start Date)£6,995