Integral HE is designed for undergraduates who want to review and recap topics studied at A level before learning new topics that build on them. It helps ensure students build a solid mathematical foundation for their degree course.
Integral HE will be particularly valuable for students starting courses in 2020 who were unable to complete Year 13 due to Covid-19, and for those transitioning from foundation courses.
In developing this version of Integral for Higher Education, we’ve drawn on our extensive experience of creating resources for A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. The result is a comprehensive set of high-quality resources, designed to engage undergraduates in self-learning, build confidence, and develop deep mathematical understanding.
Over 800 schools and colleges subscribe to Integral for A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics
Integral HE covers the whole of the UK A level Mathematics specification and the compulsory pure maths content of the A level Further Mathematics specifications.
Fully worked solutions are provided to all the questions that appear in the resources.
I have reviewed all these materials – from my nearly 40 years’ teaching and supporting first year mathematical sciences students, and the past 7 years being heavily involved with the design, development, accreditation, implementation, and monitoring of the 2017 reformed A levels with DfE, ALCAB, Ofqual, RS ACME and the learned societies, I can highly recommend these resources to all relevant colleagues in your institutions.
Professor of Mathematics and Mathematics Education
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Reading
Subscriptions and pricing
We base the costs of our annual subscriptions to Integral HE on the number of students you want to give access.
Number of students
Please contact us to discuss your requirements£400
All subscriptions include:
Unlimited staff accounts
Access to all Higher Education content
Advanced student tracking features
Expert email and phone support
Subscriptions run from as early as 1 July through to 30 September the following year. This means you can provide new students with access as soon as their places have been confirmed.
Thinking about subscribing?
If you’d like to subscribe or see the resources yourself, please contact Dr Richard Lissaman. Richard can arrange a free online tour and can set you up
with a free trial account so that you can review the resources in detail.