With an MMath degree, you can enter university as an undergraduate and leave with a valuable postgraduate qualification – ideal if you're looking for high-level jobs in mathematics.
As a student on the MMath Mathematics, you will learn about a wide range of practical and modern applications of mathematics. The knowledge and skills that you will acquire during the programme are highly valued by employers and will form a sound background for further postgraduate study. The programme will provide a strong grounding in advanced mathematical concepts and mathematical thinking and will cover many modern applications of mathematics e.g. internet security, risk modelling, decision making, finance, social networks and scheduling. You will undertake individual and group research projects. These will be excellent preparation for a career in industry or for further research.
Your problem solving and analytical skills will be developed at all stages of the programme. Furthermore, our active focus on employability will assist you in acquiring important communication and team working skills. Throughout your time with us you will be guided and supported by a dedicated team of lecturers who invest time and effort into making the subject interesting and enabling students to achieve their full potential.
The MMath (Hons) Mathematics has been accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications to meet the educational requirements of the Chartered Mathematician designation.
Our Mathematical Sciences degrees are ranked 6th in the UK in the 2019 Guardian university league tables for Mathematics and 1st in London for student satisfaction in the Complete University Guide 2019
The aims of the programme are:
To develop your problem-solving and analytical skills
To provide you with experience of modern practical applications of mathematics including mathematical modelling in various contexts
To assist you in acquiring expertise in current research tools and techniques
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