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Course summary • Learn about real-life applications of mathematics, including mathematical and numerical approaches to modelling, problem-solving, and statistical methods. • Use technology to apply mathematical techniques, and develop your analysis and interpretation skills to provide solutions. • Work as part of a learning community within a maths-specific shared learning space. On this course you learn how to use mathematics to solve problems in the real world – which could include environmental, medical, industrial and commercial contexts. In the real world, a problem is rarely presented mathematically. On this applied course you learn how to tackle these types of problems, preparing you for the workplace. We want our graduates to succeed, so you engage with activities that help develop skills in solving problems as well as communicating outputs from them. These include group work, oral presentations, and poster creation. Throughout the degree you develop a range of practical skills, including communication, teamwork and problem-solving.You learn through • lectures • tutorials • IT sessions • problem-based and practical activity-based sessions • group and individual project work • the opportunity to act as a mentor for other students • progress meetings • reflective action planning • written or electronic coursework assignments • presentations • in-class tests • examinations Applied learning Work placements You will have the opportunity to arrange a year-long work placement in between your second and third years. This gives you a real-world experience to prepare you for your future career and a salary of up to Â£22000 for the year. Students have been on placement at • Covance • HSBC • NHS England • Lloyds • Pepsico • Experian • Mercedes • IBM • Department of Health • Airbus • Royal Mail • ParExel There are plenty of opportunities locally, but students have gone as far as China for their placement. We will help you decide whether undertaking a placement is right for you, and will support you in making applications. This is your chance to apply your academic knowledge in the work environment and improve your career prospects. It can even lead to the offer of a permanent job with your placement employer. Live projects You have opportunities throughout the course to gain practical experience. The course has an applied focus, so you will look at solving real-life problems such as developing a model for a health epidemic, using data in credit scoring, creating sports fixture lists, and many others. Support and learning environment We have a strong, supportive learning community, based on excellent staff-student relations. This is helped by a maths-specific shared learning space, designed to combine student workspace with staff office space. As well as having easy access to your lecturers, you work closely with other students in a supportive environment. We aim to provide opportunities to mix outside of formal teaching time. The space is also used for social-professional activities, such as the weekly Maths Arcade project, in which you can learn strategic thinking through playing strategy games. From your first week you work on projects with your coursemates as well as second or final year students, helping you settle in and form friendship groups that last throughout your course and beyond
Module and assessment information for future years is displayed as currently validated and may be liable to change. When selecting electives, your choices will be subject to the core requirements of the course. As a result, selections may be limited to a choice between one of two or more specified electives in some instances. You can take an optional placement in year three. Year 1 Compulsory modules Mathematical Methods 20 Mathematical Modelling 1 20 Mathematical Technology 20 Number And Structure 20 Probability And Statistics 20 Elective modules Explorations In Mathematics 20 Foreign Language 20 Year 2 Compulsory modules Dynamical Systems & Fourier Analysis 20 Linear & Discrete Mathematics 20 Mathematical Analysis 20 Mathematical Modelling 2 20 Statistical Theory And Methods 20 Elective modules Business Mathematics 20 Foreign Language 20 Mathematics Education 20 Programming With Mathematical Applications 20 Pure Mathematics In Practice 20 Year 3 Optional modules Placement Year - Final year Compulsory modules Advanced Modelling Case Studies 20 Project 40 Elective modules Abstract Algebra 20 Data Mining With Business Applications 20 Fluid Flow 20 Foreign Language 20 Game Theory And Recreational Mathematics 20 Mathematical Biology 20 Mathematical Finance 20 Modelling With Partial Differential Equations 20 Statistical Inference 20 Statistics For Business, Industry And Finance 20 Tensors And Relativity 20
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
|UCAS Tariff||80 points||80 UCAS points, including 56 points from two A levels, one of which must be Maths grade C, or equivalent, or an alternative qualification such as an Access course. If you don't meet these criteria you may be qualified for our BSc Mathematics with Foundation Year.|
|Access to HE Diploma||M: 0 credits P: 45 credits|
Please note the University will only admit students who are aged 18 or over at the point of enrolment.
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English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6||IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all skills or equivalent.|
|TOEFL (iBT)||79||Listening: minimum level 17 Speaking: minimum level 20 Reading: minimum level 18 Writing: minimum level 17|
|Cambridge English Advanced||C||Listening: minimum score 162 Speaking: minimum score 162 Reading: minimum score 162 Writing: minimum score 162|
|PTE Academic||52||Listening: minimum level 51 Speaking: minimum level 51 Reading: minimum level 51 Writing: minimum level 51|
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
Additional fee information
Scholarships, discounts and bursaries may be available to students who study this course.
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