Links that we use a lot are to the right, including the three centres for mathematics in the city and the principal maths repositories. In addition to these, you may find the following useful.

- Sources of funding for travel and visitors include the LMS – typically Schemes 2,4,5, and especially 8 which is for postgraduate-organised conferences -, Edinburgh Mathematical Society, and the Glasgow Mathematical Journal Trust Fund.
- Mathematical Communication and Technology online notes (including introductions to LaTeX, HTML).
- Linux online notes.
- Digital Mathematics Library. Online archive for digitized books and journals.
- JSTOR. Online archive of back numbers of various journals.
- MacTutor History of Mathematics
- Mathematics Genealogy Project. Use Geneagrapher to trace your mathematical lineage!
- Online Encyclopedia of Mathematics.
- Internet Archive.
- MathWorld.
- SAGE is open-source mathematics software.
- GAP is a free software good for calculating with groups.
- MIT OpenCourseWare Mathematics lectures and lecture notes.
- Edinburgh Mathematical Society. PG students qualify for free membership of the EMS for the duration of their studies. If you would like to become a member, please confirm this by sending an email to EMS membership.
- London Mathematical Society. This is UK-wide learned society for pure mathematics.
- EPSRC fund many PhD students and postdocs in the UK.
- American Mathematical Society.
- The European Mathematical Society.
- African Institute for Mathematical Sciences. The Scottish Government supports this through the James Clerk Maxwell AIMS fund.
- EUREKA Science Journal Watch. (Seems to have broken at the moment; use this link instead). It is run by mathematicians, so particularly geared to mathematics journals.
- Wikipedia. Many of the mathematics articles are excellent introductions!
- Mathematics reference resources (Wikipedia).
- Oxford English Dictionary. (Also available in limerick form!).
- Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
- Mathematics and Music by Dave Benson.
- PHD Comics.
- MO-labs for beautiful mathematical objects.