The range of careers open to STEM graduates is very broad indeed. To give you an idea, we have put together a collection of personal career profiles of STEM graduates, as well as links to other websites that feature such profiles.
Do you want to find out what career using maths suits you?
Do you want to amaze your maths teacher and fellow students? Can you show some maths in the real world just by taking a photograph and adding a caption? You could win an Android Tablet!
In the aftermath of the worldwide banking crisis and widespread recession it is hard for a day to pass without some mention of the stock market.
Welcome to the Ambassadors Section - information and resources for any undergraduate or postgraduate mathematics students who are working with pupils in secondary schools.
Maths graduates may not always be aware of the various employment opportunities available to them. This page offers a list of employer websites divided into several categories.
The Maths Careers website is working in collaboration with Future Morph and the Science & Maths campaign.
If you are thinking at all about a career in engineering, then the videos on this page are for you. Engineers from five diverse sectors talk about their careers, as well as giving real life examples of where they use A-level maths.
Put your maths skills to the test and win a sailing lesson with a double-gold Olympic medal winning sailor!
Find out how the world was weighed, through mathematics, on a soggy mountain in Scotland.
A beautiful demonstration of geometry written across the sky in beams of light.
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"If you do a maths degree, then there is a wide range of areas where people will welcome your skills."
Do you use maths in your work / research ? Would you like your career profile to be featured on the Maths Careers website? Then do get in touch!
This page aims to provide a range of resources to support teachers in the classroom as well as parents at home.
Check out the winners and runners-up of this year's poster competition!
As the country's central bank, the Bank of England plays a fundamental role in the UK economy - ensuring monetary stability and contributing to financial stability. Their work has an impact on the entire nation. They set monetary policy to control inflation and devise economic policy. Meeting challenges takes innovative thinking and an intensely collaborative approach. Upon joining, many people are surprised by just how friendly, welcoming, and open their environment is. It's not the only surprising thing about them. So take a closer look, and see the Bank differently.
EDF Energy is one of the UK's largest energy companies and largest producer of low-carbon electricity. They generate around one fifth of the UK's electricity and employ around 15,000 people in the UK. They offer diverse and highly rewarding graduate schemes in many areas including their Mathematics Graduate Scheme. In addition, their 12 month paid Industrial Placement opportunities are a perfect way for undergraduates to develop their expertise in a hands-on environment, developing key skills and knowledge in their chosen field, with first class mentoring and training from industry experts.