What will you do once you have finished your maths degree? One of the big challenges is actually being able to put a name to some of the jobs which are out there. Most technical job titles don’t contain the word maths or mathematician, even though they are suitable for people with maths degrees.
This section of the site provides a range of resources, information and signposting to help those working in careers to provide comprehensive and up to date information, advice and guidance on the wide range of careers where mathematics plays a significant role. Read more!
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A-level Mathematics is one of the most widely accepted and respected subject choices by universities. Read about how it can enhance your course options.
Does being good at maths help you earn more? Will studying maths help you secure an interesting and well-paid career? Will there be more or less maths jobs on offer in the future? These are all questions to ask when you are choosing your A-levels or degree. The Smith Review In 2017 Sir Adrian Smith […]
A video shot at the ‘Maths @ Work Days’ whole day event at Salford University, which featured hands-on problem solving for students, a keynote lecture, information on career options for maths graduates and a question-and-answer session regarding studying mathematics at university.
Aberystwyth was the first university to teach mathematics in Wales and in 2022 we will celebrate the 150th anniversary of “Mathematics by the Sea”. Aberystwyth’s Department of Mathematics offers a broad range of three and four year mathematics degrees.
The University of Greenwich provides the opportunity to study a variety of 3-year Mathematics degrees. Learn more about what Greenwich offers.