This book is intended for both undergraduate students and their staff as a
guide to individual projects, group projects and case studies in mathematics.
It covers all aspects of setting up projects and their assessment. The bulk of
the text is devoted to giving worked examples of the various kinds of project.
The author has benefited from a dual career first in an engineering department
where he spent eight years which included looking after individual and group
projects, often of a very practical nature. For the last twenty years, he has
been within mathematics but still supervising different kinds of projects. This
book is therefore written largely from experience. Mathematics here excludes
statistics and operational research.