If you have a passion for mathematics and would like to explore this subject in-depth, then you should consider this course. You'll benefit from undergraduate master's level content that will equip you with analytical problem-solving skills and other transferable skills that are valued by a wide range of industries.
Throughout your course you'll study in an informal, supportive environment, and you'll work closely with the School's Mathematics-related research groups, Applied Mathematics, and Statistical Modelling. And you'll be pleased to know that our courses have consistently scored highly in the National Student Survey.
All of our undergraduate courses are accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, which is our guarantee that this course is current and relevant to the needs of business. Our close links with industry means that, if you wish, you'll have the opportunity to take up job placements with some of the world's leading companies. Plus, you'll acquire specialist skills and knowledge to prepare you for further study and research if that is where your interest lies.
Every year we offer a small number of Mathematics Undergraduate Research Scholarships (MURS), giving successful applicants funding for a 6-8 week placement in one of our research teams. This is a great opportunity for you to further your research interests and contribute to the academic activities of the mathematics department.
More student opportunities
Our students have recently formed a Mathematics Society, and you'll have the opportunity to take part in regular events hosted on campus by the local branch of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
Careers and employability
There's a growing need for skilled mathematicians in all areas of industry. Skills such as numeracy and reasoning, together with the analytical approach to problem-solving that you'll acquire, are highly sought after by employers.
If you have ambitions to progress into a professional scientific career in industry or academia, then this course is for you.
After Year Two, you have the opportunity to undertake a one-year work placement in industry, including overseas options. This will give you the chance to gain vital experience and put your knowledge into practice.
Recent Mathematics students have secured placements in the following roles and companies:
You'll be actively encouraged and supported by our dedicated placement team who'll help you find and apply for positions that are right for you. They'll also provide support while you're in your place or work, whether that's home or abroad.
You'll be assessed throughout the year and at the end of your placement you'll write a reflective report and diary. On completion of a successful placement, you'll be eligible to receive an additional award - the Placement Diploma in Professional Practice.
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How you're taught
We want you to graduate with a range of transferable skills, so all of the mathematics modules have two or three assessment components that help you to demonstrate your knowledge in a variety of ways. As well as traditional exams and in-class tests, you'll complete assignments and group projects, and give presentations. In your final year, you'll also complete your final project with the support of your personal tutor.
Applicants without A-levels will have their qualifications assessed for subject compatibility. We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations. Please see UCAS Course Search for more details.
We accept qualifications from schools, colleges and universities all over the world for entry onto our UG and PG degrees. If you're not sure how your international qualification matches our course requirements please visit our international qualifications page.
If you are an international student who does not meet the direct entry requirements for this course, you can prepare for it at Nottingham Trent International College. Their Foundation Certificate in Science and Engineering (life sciences) offers students a guaranteed progression route to this degree on successful completion to the required level.
English language entry requirements
If English is not your first language you need to show us that your language skills are strong enough for intensive academic study. We usually ask for an IELTS test and we accept some alternative English language tests.
Help and support
If you have any questions about your qualifications or about making an application to the University please contact our international team for advice.Don't meet the entry requirements?
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