The Maths Society is a fun and friendly society for maths enthusiasts and friends. Most of our members are maths students, but we welcome members studying any degree subject! For those who do study maths, our society is a great way to get to know your fellow classmates, and students further along in their degree. Whether you want to discuss maths, commiserate about it, or just forget it, you'll have a great time with us!

If you choose to purchase a membership to our society, you will also get free discount cards to ATIK, Underground, Revolution, Riley's, and Illicit Still; and access to special deals at Triple Kirk's.


Maths Club

We have weekly events in the form of Maths Club, a great opportunity to learn more about interesting mathematical topics that you might not encounter in your university courses. Maths Club takes place each Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 in FN156, Fraser Noble building. Each weeks event consists of an hour long talk given most often by a lecturer or Phd student of the university. After the talk there is also the opportunity to ask questions and discuss the topic further.


We also hold regular socials, so it's not all about the math! Some events in the works for 2019-2020 include game night, movie nights, bowling, and Pi Day. Non-members are also welcome at our events, so feel free to bring along friends!

This year we are teaming up with the Chemistry, Physics and Computing Societies to put on a Natural and Computing Sciences Ceilidh! Tickets include drinks on arrival, a 3 course meal (including a 1/2 bottle of wine each!!), admission to the ceilidh and entry to the exodus after party. These are now on sale and spaces are limited so don't wait. Prices are £34 for NCS members and £38 for non-members. Tickets can be paid to the ChemSoc account:

Account Name- Aberdeen University Chemistry Society
Sort Code: 80-12-15
Account Number: 00102329
(!!!!Please include your name in the reference (and which society you are a member of) or we won't be able to tell who you are!!!!)


We also give an annual Careers Talk to help you learn more about possible career paths you can take with your maths degree. This is hosted by our sponsor the Institute of Mathematics.

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We look forward to seeing you at our events!