The Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA) is designed to give students the opportunity to demonstrate that they have the essential mathematical thinking and reasoning skills needed for a demanding undergraduate Mathematics or Mathematics-related course, such as Computer Science or Economics.
For applications to most universities, students can decide whether or not they want to share their results with the university after they have received them. This means TMUA gives students a risk-free opportunity to prove their potential, and in some cases to receive a reduced offer.
For applications to the University of Cambridge (Economics and Computer Science) TMUA is compulsory, except for mature students applying to one of the mature Colleges for Economics. All results will be shared automatically with the University of Cambridge.
The universities below accept results from the test:
University of Bath
University of Cambridge
London School of Economics and Political Science
University of Nottingham School of Mathematical Sciences
University of Sheffield
University of Southampton
University of Warwick
Please visit the universities’ websites for more information.
Sources from http://www.admissionstesting.org/for-test-takers/test-of-mathematics-for-university-admission/