- Space travel
- Safeguarding credit card details on the internet
- Modelling the spread of epidemics
- Predicting stock market prices
- Business decision making
Whatever your career plans, or if you have no plans at present, a degree in mathematics provides you with particularly good job prospects.
The generic nature of mathematics means that almost all industries require mathematicians. Mathematicians work in business, finance, industry, government offices, management, education and science. A proportion of our students will use their degree in mathematics as preparation for further studies at Masters or Doctorate levels.
The experience gained through a sandwich course increases your employability even further. We offer the opportunity for a year's salaried work experience during your degree that enables you to try a job of your choosing and provides employers with evidence of your achievements and skills.