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Undergraduate Courses in Mathematics

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Our undergraduate mathematics portfolio has been designed in close partnership with business and industry at home and internationally, giving you an ideal platform on which to build your future career.

Impressive accreditation, a worldwide reputation and staff who can pass on the benefit of genuine commercial experience will enhance both your prospects and progression. 

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Our BSc Mathematics is ranked in the top 50 in the UK (2017 Guardian League Table)
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Accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).
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Close industrial links for excellent placement opportunities
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Opportunity to undertake a placement year for real world experience


Courses

  • BSc Mathematics This course focuses on a principled approach to the foundations of Mathematics and specific analytical skills required for the challenges of the information age. Combining both principal and specialised subjects, the course prepares students to high-level careers in industry and the public sector.

  • BSc Mathematics with Computing Providing a unique combination of analytical and computational skills required for an in-depth understanding of new technologies, this course prepares graduates for high-level careers in the rapidly growing areas of Finance, Computing and telecommunications.

  • BSc Business & Maths (Joint honours) A balanced blend of basic mathematical techniques, a rigorous examination of their validity, the development of underlying structures common to a number of concepts and the application of mathematics to solve complex problems that arise in the real world. This course aims to prepare you for this challenge and for a successful career in management.

  • BSc Mathematics with Economics (Joint honours) You will gain a solid grounding in economics, providing a theoretical and conceptual outlook in the world of business. Many employers regard economics graduates as highly sought-after members of a business team.

  • BSc Mathematics for Industry This programme combines modules from mathematics, computing and engineering disciplines and is designed to give you a competitive edge in the search for graduate employment.