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Maths is really important to our everyday lives. That is the one of the main themes of a new independent report called the ‘Era of Mathematics’ which has been launched in the House of Lords. If you ever had doubts about how useful maths is, then this report will show you just how important maths […]
Mathematics graduates are extremely sought after by employers. They have highly developed numerical and logical thinking skills, as well as the ability to analyse difficult problems. What type of career can a mathematics degree lead you to?
Maths is used in a variety of ways in the finance sector and around 20% of maths graduates enter this field. Find out more about finance career options.
Training for a maths exam is a bit like training for a big running race – you can’t just read about the theory, you need to do as much practice as possible. Practicing past papers is the number one tip for revising for a maths exam.
Been offered a place on a maths degree and are unsure about what to expect? Prepare for your course with these suggestions
Most school pupils have the chance to undertake a work experience placement, usually when they are in Year 10. It can be really exciting to enter the workplace for the first time, but also daunting if you know that you might have to find the placement yourself. If you know already that you want to […]
Maths skills play a big role in baking. Learn how Bake Off contestants use maths to boost their bakes and beat the competition.
What on earth do cakes, custard and category theory have in common apart from alliteration? Described as the only female category theorist in South Yorkshire, Cheng has written this quirky book to show that “mathematics is there to make difficult things easy”
The National STEM Learning Centre has compiled a series of collections containing teaching resources that complement a selection of some of the interesting and informative articles found on the Maths Careers website. Each collection is designed to help teachers link a real-world idea or often-overlooked career option to the mathematics national curriculum content behind them. […]
If you have ever repeatedly folded a sheet of paper, you will probably have been surprised at how few times it can be folded, with it quickly becoming a solid inflexible block which can’t be folded anymore.
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