Learn to solve mathematical problems in any given situation
Mathematics is used in our everyday lives in everything that we do. Numerical and logical thinking plays a part in daily activities like calculating how much time you have before your train departs from the station or the cost of a meal in a restaurant to understanding the ratio of you winning the lottery. During your degree you’ll learn how to set up algorithms on a computing programme, and how to analyse statistical data for financial optimisation. Our maths courses meet the needs of industry and give you the skills for an impactful career in a variety of sectors.