In the United Kingdom, the MMath is the internationally recognized standard qualification after a four-year course in mathematics at a university. The MMath programme was set up by most leading universities after the Neumann Report in 1992. It is classed as a level 7 qualification in the Frameworks of Higher Education Qualifications of UK Degree-Awarding Bodies. The UCAS course codes for the MMath degrees start at G100 upwards, most courses taking the codes G101 - G104.
Universities which offer MMath degrees include:
The Open University offered this degree until 2007.
In Canada, the MMath is a graduate degree offered by the University of Waterloo. The length of the MMath degree program is typically between one and two years, and consists of course work along with a research component. The first Waterloo MMath degrees were awarded in 1967.