In australia doing a physics degree:
SEM1: Calc 2 from the US, plus introductory lin alg.
Apostol Calculus volume 1, Stewart Calculus, Lang first course in calculus. Mainly used for practice problems as the teaching was done by lecturer.
Little bit of strang linear algebra
SEM 2: intro to multivariable, plus more linear algebra.
Strang Linear Algebra, Axler linear algebra, lang linear algebra. Apostol Calculus volume 2. Stewart again.
SEM 3: rigorous multivariable calculus
Apostol Calculus volume 2. Advanced engineering mathematics by Zill.
SEM 4: Rigorous linear algebra 2 course.
Axler, Strang, Lang, Rorres. All linear algebra.
Lang Undergraduate Algebra (group theory and rings/polynomials)
SEM 5: Complex Analysis.
Lang Complex Analysis, Zill Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Visual Complex analysis,
SEM 6: no math units.
One of my physics units uses Tensor Calculus for physics by Neuenschwander
SEM 7: Diff Geo and some topology.
Boothby intro to differentiable manifolds and riemannian geometry.
Modern Differential Geometry for physicists, Isham.
Spacetime and geometry, Sean Carroll.
SEM 8: Functional Analysis and Group Theory in physics.
Group theory in a nutshell for physicists, A Zee.
Pinter, A book of abstract algebra.
Not sure yet for functional analysis. Probably mostly just lecture notes